The Arizona Technology Council is hosting its first Female Founders Forum, the brainchild of local entrepreneur Mary Juetten (founder of Traklight) and a small planning group. This event is reserved exclusively for founders + entrepreneurs: this is not a generic women’s networking or educational event. (Small plug: AZTC does host a monthly Women in the Workforce event series which focuses on bringing in speakers and topics geared to women in technology. Our next event in that series is Friday, June 19 and details are here. We are always looking for speakers for this series – and new attendees – so if you have questions about that series, email firstname.lastname@example.org.)
The Female Founders Forum was designed to help attendees leverage the power of their connections and help each other solve burning issues to move these businesses forward. Come with your ONE issue or “ask” (you’ll be able to fill this out during registration online here) and leave with connections to a solution plus new additions to your network. We’ll have time at the beginning (and end) for networking, drinks and light food (all included in registration). We only have space for 50 entrepreneurs and are planning on selling out, so please register in advance (and early) if you plan on attending.
Date: Monday, May 18, 2015
Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Location: The Pig’s Meow Beer + Wine Bar (Arcadia)
3730 E Indian School Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85018
Cost: $35 – includes two drinks + light appetizers. Again, please register in advance.