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July 10 Tech Meetup has a hot lineup


June 20, 2019 — Santa Cruz, CA

David Vik / Zappos Culture, FujiFilm Open Innovation Hub, Crowd Machine, Wribbn, Musician’s BASS, Digital Wellness

  • Wed July 10, 2019
  • 6-9pm (Doors open at 6, program starts at 7)
  • DNA Comedy Lab, 155 S. River St., Santa Cruz, CA
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  • 6:00 – Doors open, free food, beverage, live music, networking
  • 7:00 – Welcome, announcements
  • 7:10 – Community Presentation
  • 7:20 – Keynote
  • 7:35 – Company Presentations
  • 8:05 – more networking, close


  • Community Presentation: Nina Hersher of Digital Wellness Collective will help us envision a world where technology is designed to support human beings in service of our collective wellbeing.
  • Keynote: Dr. David Vik: Former Investor/Coach at Zappos, author of The Culture Secret, will share with us the the secrets of how to empower people and companies no matter what you sell. Learn how to create a blueprint for your company to become the Best in Class for customer-centric values.
  • FujiFilm Open Innovation Hub: Darrell Etter will share with us the core technologies and practices that will spawn a thousand new startups and businesses. The Open Innovation Hub is a facility that allows business partners to have first-hand experience of fundamental and core technologies that underlie excellent materials and products developed by the Fujifilm Group, as well as fresh technologies, materials and products currently under development, so as to offer new business solutions.
  • Crowd Machine / Cory Phillips: learn how to create, deploy, and manage powerful apps using logic, not code.
  • Musician’s BASS / Aliza Hava: got a great sound or rockband, but need help with promotion and events? This software is the winner of 2019 Monterey Bay Startup Challenge and the tool every musician / band needs to rock their careers.
  • Wribbn / Jonas Welch: this hot new Santa Cruz startup has figured out how to organize all your online shopping into a single game changing app.

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