DivvyUp Socks at Startup Grind Tallahassee

DivvyUp Socks at Startup Grind Tallahassee

Jason McIntosh & Mitch Nelson, Co-Founders of DivvyUp, join Startup Grind Tallahassee on October 19th at 6pm. See you there!

DivvyUp is a custom sock company born and raised in Tallahassee, FL (Est. Aug 2014). Initially created as a social enterprise for a class project, DivvyUp has since gifted over 30,000 pairs of socks to homeless shelters across the United States. Focusing on personalized socks and localized giving, DivvyUp has found its footing in the sock market and is currently experiencing rapid growth. The company has a vision to be the largest one-for-one company actively giving in the United States.

6PM: Networking and Food
645PM: Fireside Chat with Jason & Mitch
745PM: Networking

Tickets are available here. 

*Credit/Debit cards will be accepted at the door.

Women Wednesdays

Women Wednesdays

Women Wednesdays is an initiative to foster a diverse and inclusive entrepreneurial culture ripe with women who enrich the community with their talents and vision, as well as benefit from the collaborative, instructional environment. The program provides free coworking at INIE the first Wednesay of each month, with all remaining Wednesdays held at Domi Station from 10AM-3PM, including an occasional Lean In Lunch & Learn speakers series and ongoing events. All are welcome each Wednesday, ladies and gents, alike. Just bring your laptop or project(s) to work alone or surrounded by others eager to see you succeed. Find more information at www.womenwednesdays.co, or contact barbara@swellcoin.com or amy@mydigitalcapital.com.

Hacking with Amazon Alexa

Hacking with Amazon Alexa

Join TechNole with Major League Hacking as we host a workshop on how to make apps with Amazon Alexa! There will be swag and Alexa devices to hack with. The workshop will be taught in Javascript and Node but you DO NOT need any experience in coding whatsoever!!! Just bring your laptop and excitement!

Hiring Interns Info Session with FSU, FAMU, & TCC

Hiring Interns Info Session with FSU, FAMU, & TCC

Tallahassee offers many resources for employers and interns to connect to the right network, but finding these resources can seem a little complicated. On thursday, October 26th, get all your questions answered at our Hiring Interns Info Session!

Stop by Domi Station as we introduce Career Centers from Florida State UniversityFlorida A&M University, and Tallahassee Community College TCC to the Tallahassee community, highlighting their resources and proper channels for finding local talent.

In the first 30 minutes, you'll attain an adequate understanding in the best way to engage with each college, connect with the right people when looking for candidates, provide the best internship experience for students, and more!

Afterwards, there will be 45 minutes to network with representatives from each institution. This is a great opportunity to ask specific questions, get in-depth knowledge on the wide resources available, and build a personal relationship with each institution.

Fall TallySOUP

Fall TallySOUP

 

Join us for the second TallySOUP - a community-sourcing event with food and fresh ideas. Enjoy dinner while you listen to ideas pitched by your neighbors, then cast your vote for the winning concept.

Four people get four minutes to present their ideas for a community project. Audience members submit cash donations to the pitch pot (suggested $5 donation), vote on a winning pitch, and the winner takes home all the money collected that night to support the launch of thier idea.

Begun five years ago in Detroit, SOUP has taken hold in cities across the country. It's inperson crowdfunding events have gathered over 300 people. This is Tallahassee's opportunity to show support for innovative ideas, entrepreneurship, and social change.

We'll have food and drinks from Social Catering and Events. Our awesome hosts Bicycle House Tallahassee will have staff on site to talk about their awesome organization. Bring a friend and a five, and get ready for a night unlike any other! 

To apply to present, please visit

**This event will be hosted at Bicycle House Tallahassee (458 FAMU Way, Tallahassee, FL 32301)**

TCC Spark! presents: Building Tallahassee's Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

TCC Spark! presents: Building Tallahassee's Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

TCC Center for Innovation (map)

Join entrepreneurship guru Tim Rowe as we explore best practices and next steps for establishing our community as an entrepreneurial powerhouse!

Tim Rowe is the founder and CEO of Cambridge Innovation Center, the world’s largest center for start-ups housing over 1,400 companies across five cities and two continents. Approximately $7.2 billion of venture capital is headquartered in CIC’s original Cambridge, MA location alone—on par with many countries. Tim has served as a lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management, a manager with the Boston Consulting Group and an analyst with the Mitsubishi Research Institute.

***This event is being hosted at the TCC Center for Innovation, located at 600 W Pensacola St.***

Purchase tickets and get more information here.