CPN's annual social picnic will be on Thursday, July 26th, at the Park Bench in Manito Park. This is a great time to network with each other, encourage new member's involvement, and enjoy lunch in the great outdoors.In addition to networking, we will be discussing proposed programs and speakers for fall and winter monthly meetings. We already have Desautel-Hege scheduled for our September program sharing their expertise on using Social Media. Additional program topics include:*Consulting…See More
Come join us for a monthly meeting of beer and pitches. Startup Spokane is partnering up with LaunchPad to help entrepreneurs fine tune and perfect their pitch. This is a no tie, no asking for money, no pressure type of event.For further details on how Pitch Night works, go HERESee More
A master-mind group of internet marketing entrepreneurs helping each other to develop executable strategies; encourage each other; brainstorm new ideas; discuss lessons learned; and present curren challenges for the group's advice.
Network of people committed to fostering interest and assisting in the success for people going into STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). This includes faculty, staff and administrators in K-16, non-profit organizations, industry professionals, government leaders, etc.See More
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