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Library Ideas Festival with Aaron Price
November 10 @ 11:30 am - 3:30 pm
We will have two very special programs:
Come Join Us for the Hoboken Public Library’s
First Ideas Festival, 2018
Special Tech Talk, with Keynote Speaker, Aaron Price Saturday November 10 @ 11:30 am
The Library’s Ideas Festival continues, with Guest Speaker Aaron Price, who will discuss how to start a tech com- pany with little or no money at all. Aaron Price is the Founder of Propelify and NJ Tech Meetup and is a Serial En- trepreneur. Light snacks will be served during the break.
Future of Education & Jobs in regards to Technology & A.I. Saturday November 10 at 2 p.m.
Join us for a panel discussion presented by Aaron Price and other guest speakers, regarding technology & the future of education and employment. This event is geared toward parents to help them guide their children to the best jobs of the future and what these jobs might be. All ages welcome.
These events will be held at the Library’s Main Branch, Located at 500 Park Ave., Hoboken NJ
Founder, Propelify & NJ Tech Meetup
Aaron Price: Founder, Propelify & NJ Tech Meetup and is a Serial Entrepreneur Aaron is the founder of one of the largest innovation communities in the country,
fy. The media and events company empowers innovators to propel their ideas into action. To do so, Propelify provides the tools, resources, and community, including the annual Propelify Innovation Festival which welcomes over 10,000 innovators to Hoboken, NJ. Propelify was inspired by Aaron’s other focus, the award winning NJ Tech Meetup, the state’s largest technology and entrepreneurial community with nearly 7000 members.
Aaron has served as the tech community expert for NJ Governor Phil Murphy, The White House (Obama Administration), NJ Economic Development Authority, Fast Company, Entrepreneur Maga- zine, and The Wall Street Journal.
A serial entrepreneur, Aaron has founded several technology startups, including deliverU, effordables, we- Craft, and livecube. Additionally, he served as the entrepreneur-in-residence at the NYC venture capital firm, DFJ Gotham Ventures. A born entrepreneur, Aaron started his first commercial venture in high school after he was awarded a patent for a weight lifting device.
Karl Haviland is a computer scientist with 14 years of experience building cloud-based, web systems for the Department of Defense, insurance, and energy industries. After earning both an MBA and a Masters in IT Project Management, he founded Koding Kurriculum . http://www.kodingkurriculum.com/
For nearly fifteen years, Danielle DiMare has helped strengthen NYC’s infrastructure for school and community partnerships. Danielle has consulted with the Office of Community Schools at the NYC Department of Education (NYCDOE) administering grants and build- ing citywide youth development programs. She has a BS in Sociology and an MS in Organizational Change Management.
Co-Founder & President at Ngineerx | www.ngineerx.com | A software engineer, a motivational storyteller, an amateur cook who fails often, and an anime buff.
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