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Tuul, PredPol, Cityblooms, CruzCal, Eggcyte, Moxtra present at Nov 5 New Tech Meetup

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The Santa Cruz New Tech Meetup presents another stellar lineup for their November 5, 2014 event.

All the usual: Doors open at 6pm. Admission is $10, and includes food, beverage, and live music. Attendance limited so RSVP asap.

Learn about hot new technologies and mingle with fellow entrepreneurs, investors, bloggers, and tech enthusiasts.

  • Santa Cruz New Tech Meetup
  • Wednesday, November 5, 2014
  • Doors open at 6pm
  • Cruzio building, 877 Cedar St., Santa Cruz, CA
  • Price: $10. Food & Beverage included
  • RSVP here

Presenting companies this month include:

  • Tuul – this company is redefining customer experience. Find out why Tuul has become the gem of Santa Cruz tech startups.
  • PredPol – the crime predictive software that is turning the world of crime inside out. Find out how well it works, and what crimes it can predict.
  • Cityblooms – when you combine ag + tech + Santa Cruz, you get brilliant new modular city farms. This company is ripe for success! [Santa Cruz Tech Beat wrote about Cityblooms in Plantronics and Cityblooms collaborate on sustainable agriculture project, on September 25, 2015.]
  • CruzCal – a Santa Cruz-wide community calendar that consolidates all local activities in a unique way the reduces conventional online calendar confusion.
  • Eggcyte – if you care about your data, particularly how it is used by search engines for their commercial gain, then you need to see the “Egg”.  The Egg is your Personal Web Server for all your personal data
  • Moxtra – mobile collaboration for building products, launching campaigns, study groups, closing deals, and getting things done.

To RSVP, go to:
http://www.meetup.com/santacruznewtech/events/211055042/

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