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Thursday
Mar 30
Yearning Yield & Capitulate Vernacular heft
BGSU Hayes Hall

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Friday
Mar 31
Autonomous Vehicles and Design Innovation
Premier Banquet Facility

This year marks the twenty-third anniversary of TMACOG’s Transportation Summit. The event is designed to share information and facilitate networking among elected officials, urban planners, and transportation experts from northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan.

This year’s program features three informative panels, refreshments, and a buffet luncheon. Plenty of time is built into the day to make new connections with counterparts from across the region. Approximately 200 people are expected.

Topics:

Connected and automated vehicle (CAV) technologies will soon transform what it means to “drive” in the biggest revolution in transportation since the horseless carriage. Public officials and infrastructure planners question how this phenomenon will reshape our communities, alter roadway design, and change how people and goods move. This session will assess the CAV impact on urban form, site design, and the potential for new redevelopment opportunities brought about by reduced parking needs. Also explored are local and state policy implications

This session focuses on advances in design for roadways, intersections, and interchanges. Our network is changing to improve safety and congestion, and to support active transportation modes. Presenters will share strategies and decision factors regarding key projects. Gain insights on approaches to project design and selection, and examine factors that affect the project areas. Learn about methods to engage and educate the public on the use of innovative designs.  

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Saturday
Apr 1
CoderDojo Toledo
Potter Innovation Center

CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment.

In addition to learning to code, attendees meet like-minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology. Within the CoderDojo Movement, there is a focus on community, peer learning, youth mentoring and self-led learning, with an emphasis on showing how coding is a force for change in the world.

The Toledo Region's first Coder Dojo meets every Saturday from noon to 3pm at Potter Technology. See coderdojotoledo.com for more information, including how to register each week.

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Monday
Apr 3
BGSU E-Week Lunch and Learn
BGSU Business Administration Building

Julie Harbal, From Student Worker to Owner

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Monday
Apr 3
Code City
Rustbelt Coffee - 2nd floor

The first iteration of Code City is currently in development phase.

We are building a community of people interested in coding, design, film, music, emerging tech, and entrepreneurship ...helping them find the tools, resources and friendships to create pathways toward a new career or personal goals.

Come and check us out, everyone is welcome. Hack your passion. We'll help you crack the code.

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Tuesday
Apr 4
Owens Corning - IT In Action
Owens Corning

Come and see what a career in IT is all about! The day will be kicked off with a warm welcome from our CIO and will be followed by several FUN and interactive sessions where you will get an inside look at the day-to-day work involved in data analytics, information security, user experience, digital solutions and SAP. Don't wait to sign up because seating is limited and lunch is provided!!

Tuesday
Apr 4
BGSU E-Week Lunch and Learn
BGSU Business Administration Building

Adam Goldberg, From Artist to Entrepreneur

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Tuesday
Apr 4
So You Want to be an Android Developer
Seed Coworking

Have you dreamed of developing your own app, but didn't know how to get started. We'll go over getting started with Android development and leave you with a few simple steps to build your first app (app idea not included).

Chris Wammes is a Applications Development Supervisor at Bowling Green State University. His focus at BGSU is on all areas of the web and includes, web content management, enterprise portal, calendar, digital asset management, digital signage, custom web development and mobile. He also helps run Toledo Web Professionals, and developed the Toledo Tech Events Android app.

Wednesday
Apr 5
The State of the Cybersecurity Landscape
Toledo Museum of Art

In the war against cyber-crime, no one gets to avoid battle. That’s why it’s crucial that each of us is proactive in understanding the innovation and advancements being made on both sides of the cybersecurity arms race.

-Security Industry Advances -Decline of POS Malware Variants -Growth of SSL/TLS-Encrypted Traffic -Decline of Dominant Exploit Kits -Cyber Criminal Advances -Explosive Growth in Ransomware -Exploited Vulnerabilities in SSL/TLS Encryption -IoT Became a New Threat Network -Combatting the New Cyber Threats

It’s worth noting that the technology already exists today to solve many of the new challenges cyber criminals threw at victims in 2016.

If you’re interested in prevention, knowledge has always been the greatest weapon in the cybersecurity arms race. If you know where your enemy has been, you have a much better shot of guessing where he’s going. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday, April 5, 2017.

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Wednesday
Apr 5
BGSU E-Week Lunch and Learn
BGSU Business Administration Building

Elsa Vogel, Pieces of Me - Building a Brand from Scratch

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Wednesday
Apr 5
Code of Ethics for Professional Engineers & Surveyors
NECA Hall

Ohio HB 236 (signed into law in January 2017) requires professional engineers and surveyors complete at least 2 PDH in professional ethics or rules relevant to engineering or surveying practices.

IEEE Toledo is hosting a presentation on “Code of Ethics for Professional Engineers & Surveyors”. Our guest speaker is John Greenhalge, Executive Director of the Ohio Professional Engineers & Surveyors Board.

Two Professional Development Hours offered!

This event is open to members and non-members. Dinner options are chicken tarragon and vegetarian lasagna. Costs are $50 for both dinner and presentation, and $30 for presentation only.

Schedule: 5:00 - 5:30PM Gathering & Social Time 5:30 - 6:30PM Dinner 6:30 - 8:30PM Technical Presentation

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Thursday
Apr 6
BGSU E-Week Women in Leadership
BGSU Business Administration Building

Rebecca Li, CEO and lifestyle curator

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Thursday
Apr 6
BGSU E-Week Dr. Gene Poor reception
BGSU Student Union

Join us in celebrating Dr. Poor’s 50 years of teaching entrepreneurship.

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Thursday
Apr 6
BGSU E-Week The HatchTonight
BGSU Student Union

Join an enthusiastic audience and panel of experts who analyze and discuss each Hatchling’s business idea. Root for your Hatchling and vote on who earns the “Eggy!”

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Thursday
Apr 6
BGSU E-Week The Hatch
BGSU Student Union

"Shark Tank" Falcon style - limited seating, registration required!

BGSU student entrepreneurs will present their business ideas to alumni investors during The Hatch on April 6, vying for funds to launch their businesses in a format similar to the popular television show “Shark Tank.” This event is streamed to Hatch Watch parties across the country and to several countries throughout the world.

What sets The Hatch apart from similar events is that the alumni investors make equity investments providing real money for students to launch real businesses. To date, more than $500,000 have been committed to student startups.

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Thursday
Apr 6
Northwest Ohio SQL PASS Reboot
Buffalo Wild Wings - Central Ave

This is a social mixer to reignite the Northwest Ohio SQL PASS group.

Friday
Apr 7
The Toledo Show: R/C Model Expo
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SeaGate Convention Centre

The Toledo Show: R/C Model Expo is North America's largest and longest running R/C model expo. This three day event showcases all types of R/C models including planes, cars, and boats. Along with the all the exhibitors there is a R/C model competition, speakers, swap shop, and an auction. This event is fun for the whole family.

Save the date for the 2017 event.

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Friday
Apr 7
BGSU E-Week Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship
BGSU Student Union

Speakers:

  • Sir Ken Robinson
  • D.C. Crenshaw
  • Gordon Hamm
  • Maribeth Rahe

The BGSU Entrepreneurship Week is filled with a series of events including The Hatch, and our grand finale, the Sebo Series in Entrepreneurship. There are many opportunities to engage with the College of Business through lunch and learns, panel discussions and presentations from world-renowned speakers.

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Friday
Apr 7
EPIC Toledo Birthday Bash
One Lake Erie Center

EPIC Toledo has been engaging people and inspiring change in the Toledo Region for ten years! We are excited to announce that the 2017 Birthday Bash will be held in downtown Toledo in the ballroom at One Lake Erie Center. Come experience an evening of fantastic entertainment as we celebrate a record-breaking year.

More than 650 young professionals attended this annual event last year and we invite you to join us again this year to champion and encourage our region's finest young professionals. In 2016 EPIC Toledo experienced spikes in membership and event attendance at many of our signature events, and so far 2017 has shown the same positive trend.

The EPIC Toledo Birthday Bash is open to young professionals, members, the business community and anyone 21+ years of age who believe in EPIC's mission of connecting emerging leaders to each other and the community.

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Saturday
Apr 8
Impression, Annual (Graphic Design) Portfolio Review Day
Hanson Inc

AIGA Toledo, the BGSU Division of Graphic Design (BGSUGD) and the AIGA BGSU Student Group are proud to announce Impression, our Annual Portfolio Review Day, April 8, 2017 at Hanson in Arrowhead Park. Modeled after our previous Portfolio Review Days, but also ever evolving, we have once again planned an exciting event! This year we will not have a singular keynote, but rather showcase the professional career stories of designers, so students can get more glimpses inside the profession.

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Monday
Apr 10
Code City
Rustbelt Coffee - 2nd floor

The first iteration of Code City is currently in development phase.

We are building a community of people interested in coding, design, film, music, emerging tech, and entrepreneurship ...helping them find the tools, resources and friendships to create pathways toward a new career or personal goals.

Come and check us out, everyone is welcome. Hack your passion. We'll help you crack the code.

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Thursday
Apr 13
LRITA 2017 Tech Conference
Lima Veterans' Memorial Civic and Convention Center

The Lima Regional IT Alliance has again selected the Lima Veterans' Memorial Civic and Convention Center as the venue for the LRITA.org 2017 Tech Conference scheduled for Thursday, April 13, 2017.

The LRITA.org 2017 Tech Conference planning committee invites you to join us along with our many presenters and our region's IT vendors for this premiere IT professional event. This is where we all come together in sharing the knowledge.

LRITA will host keynote presenter: Darren Kall. Title & Summary: What to Do About Human Error in Security. Human error is responsible for contributing to 95% of security incidents. Each year the threats to enterprise security grow exponentially. We're failing to engage employees in protecting valuable company assets and their private information. Technology advances and employee education alone will not eliminate this risk. You will be shocked to learn that Security, IT, and HR are taking the wrong approach to human error. And it's only going to get worse unless we do something radically different. To combat human error takes a profound understanding of why human errors continue to occur. In this talk Darren will clarify the causes of human error, show how cyberspace hackers are using a deep understanding of the psychology of people to succeed, and he will give specific recommendations for changing your model of human error so that new mitigation strategies can be produced and implemented to reduce human error in security.

As we did at last year's conference, LRITA will be hosting a special opening presentation on cyber security. The presentation will be given by the FBI in partnership with the Toledo Infragard Members Alliance. During this presentation, attendees will be updated on the hows and whys businesses are targeted and exploited through cyber attacks.

Last year's event attracted more than 30 IT exhibitors and approximately 225 participants. The growing list of sponsors and exhibitors include: CorpComm Group, Virtual Technologies Group, Dell SonicWALL, City of Lima, TSC Communications, AIM Ecycling, The AME Group, CentraComm, Superior Credit Union, Uptime Solutions, WCOIL, Ohio Value Integration Services Inc., Sophos, ITsavvy, Hospitality WiFi, Tomorrow's Technology Today LLC, UIS Insurance & Investments, Com Net Inc., and Spectrum Enterprise.

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Monday
Apr 17
Get Organized with OneNote and Outlook
Custom Training Solutions

Microsoft Office OneNote lets you take, organize, find, and share notes on your desktop computer, laptop computer or Tablet . With OneNote, you can take quick or detailed notes in your own style, gather information from a number of sources and collect or record information wherever you are. Adding the power of Outlook will increase the capabilities of time management for you and your business. Get a sampling of how the two work together in this free webinar.

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Monday
Apr 17
Code City
Rustbelt Coffee - 2nd floor

The first iteration of Code City is currently in development phase.

We are building a community of people interested in coding, design, film, music, emerging tech, and entrepreneurship ...helping them find the tools, resources and friendships to create pathways toward a new career or personal goals.

Come and check us out, everyone is welcome. Hack your passion. We'll help you crack the code.

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Wednesday
Apr 19
Virtual Reality: State of the Market
Premier Banquet Facility

Virtual Reality is a new digital media that is generating a lot of buzz among consumers, media organizations, marketers and advertisers. It's immersive, attention grabbing, highly engaging and fun. But, is it right for you and your brand?

Chris Sweigart, Creative Director for USA TODAY's branded content studio GET Creative, shares his experience creating VR content for audiences and brands. His discussion will include updates on the current state of VR, best practices and considerations for brands considering jumping in to the exciting world of VR.

AAF Toledo members: $25 Non-members: $30 Students: $15

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Saturday
Apr 22
Roadtrip to the Michigan DevFest
Eyeglasses World

This event is for Google Developers and the Google-curious,

The Detroit and Ann Arbor Chapters of the Google Developers Group (GDG) are proud to host the Fifth Annual Michigan Google Developers DevFest on Saturday, April 22, 2017 in Downtown Detroit.

We will be taking a trip up to experience it first hand. If you would like to go, purchase tickets as soon as you can to get the early discount before prices rise. (Purchase tickets here).

As you might have noticed in a recent announcement, early bird prices dropped $10 for professional attendees. Now get your seat for $50. That is huge. Don't miss this deal!

This is the best conference you'll attend this year for Google (unless you are going to Google/IO, you lucky duck).

https://devfest2017-8f458.firebaseapp.com/

To join the carpool, meet us at the parking lot east of Eyeglasses World. We plan to share the ride and carpool to the event.

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Monday
Apr 24
Internet User Experience conference (Ann Arbor)
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Washtenaw Community College (Ann Arbor)

IUE2017 is a conference that spotlights effective and compelling designs for websites, applications and devices, and teaches methods for dramatically improving today’s user experience.

The conference goal is to foster the understanding of user experience and usability methods, and the application of research and best practices to the design of the expanding range of internet “devices” and other customer touch-points.

The conference achieves this by bringing you some of the most compelling speakers and the most experienced and effective trainers in the field of user experience today.

The conference also invites a broad range of companies and professionals to showcase contemporary web, tablet, and mobile sites and applications, and to demonstrate significant improvements and redesigns.

This combination provides a comprehensive package of internet user experience design training, case studies, business success stories, and real-world examples.

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Monday
Apr 24
Code Together - Toledo Open Hack
Seed Coworking

OpenHack is a meetup with a simple purpose: Code, Hack, UX, Design, Learn together, on anything. OpenHack works by hosting a meetup in Toledo that gets programmers, designers, hackers of any experience level together to code.

All skill levels welcomed. Come to learn, teach, work, and play.

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Monday
Apr 24
Code City
Rustbelt Coffee - 2nd floor

The first iteration of Code City is currently in development phase.

We are building a community of people interested in coding, design, film, music, emerging tech, and entrepreneurship ...helping them find the tools, resources and friendships to create pathways toward a new career or personal goals.

Come and check us out, everyone is welcome. Hack your passion. We'll help you crack the code.

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Wednesday
Apr 26
NWSPUG
HCR ManorCare

Save the date for the next NW Ohio SharePoint User Group meeting.

All meetings begin with networking from 10:30-11:00, presentation from 11:00-12:00 and lunch served at 12:00 for additional networking until 1:00 PM.

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Wednesday
Apr 26
Business Boost
Toledo Lucas County Public Library

Businesses need an edge over their competition, and the owner who works smarter is often the one who gets ahead. The Library has electronic databases than an owner can use to build targeted lists of prospective customers and that can help businesses learn how their competitive peers are performing. Using American Business/Reference USA/One Source either at the Library or from your office or home, business owners can get valuable information quickly. You are welcome to bring along your mobile device or laptop. You will leave with handouts and worksheets for review at your office.

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Friday
Apr 28
Sketches of Frank Gehry
Toledo Museum of Art

Art House Film Series: Sketches of Frank Gehry (2006, 86 minutes, PG-13), In the Little Theater. FREE.

Architect Frank Gehry loves to sketch. It is the beginning of his architectural process. From his sketches flow the models, one after another, each a refinement, that will eventually become finished buildings unlike any others in the architectural world. It is this sketch quality, what he calls the “tentativeness, the messiness,” that Gehry clings to as a way of guarding against formula or repetition.

And it is this sketch quality that acclaimed feature film director Sydney Pollack was so keen to explore in the film SKETCHES OF FRANK GEHRY, seen on AMERICAN MASTERS.

Saturday
Apr 29
Coffee & Code (Monroe)
Starbucks (Monroe)

Coffee & Code is an opportunity for you to practice your skills, meet new people and get help when you need it. Bring your laptop, recent project and any programming problems you might be stuck on!

This is an informal and relaxed event where anyone is welcome regardless of background or skill level. If you are a beginner, or relatively new, we'll be right there to help you work through any issues you might have. This event is intended to help one another learn new things, overcome their coding problems or just hang out and talk about code in general.

Monday
May 1
Code City
Rustbelt Coffee - 2nd floor

The first iteration of Code City is currently in development phase.

We are building a community of people interested in coding, design, film, music, emerging tech, and entrepreneurship ...helping them find the tools, resources and friendships to create pathways toward a new career or personal goals.

Come and check us out, everyone is welcome. Hack your passion. We'll help you crack the code.

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Tuesday
May 2
Connect IT
Dana Information Technology Building

Come to the 3rd edition of Connect IT to learn something new, meet other Information Technology professionals, and discuss the latest IT trends and solutions. The event is being hosted by Dana Information Technology, organized by EPIC Toledo, in collaboration with Tech Toledo.

The evening features small group discussions with other IT Professionals, facilitated by regional experts. Roundtable topics are still to be determined. A wide range of technology professionals are invited to attend: analysts, software engineers, system administrators, IT architects, project managers, and other IT staff, plus vendors.

Schedule

  • 5:30pm: Doors open. Enjoy soft drinks and a light meal in the cafeteria, courtesy of our sponsors, as you meet other IT professionals.
  • 6:15pm: Welcoming and opening remarks by our hosts, Dana (in the cafeteria).
  • 6:30pm: Roundtable session #1 in break-out rooms. Join a group of peers interested in the same IT-related topic. Discuss your latest challenges and learn about solutions.
  • 7:00 - 7:15pm: Break. Get some more food and take a restroom break. Head to the room for your next roundtable.
  • 7:15pm: Roundtable session #2.
  • 7:45pm: Concluding remarks and wrap-up (in the cafeteria).
  • 8:00pm: End of event: go home or find a group and head to a nearby bar to continue the discussion.

Connect IT is part of a series of events from EPIC Toledo that is geared toward connecting people in specific industries, related professions, or around important topics. EPIC Toledo strives to connect high-potential emerging leaders to each other and the community, as well as help attract and retain diverse young talent.

While the event is targeted towards Information Technology professionals, anyone applying technology to improve the regional economy is also welcome to participate.

There is no cost to attend, but attendees MUST register ahead of time for security purposes, so we know how much food to get, and to plan specific roundtable topics.

Parking is free and convenient. Park BEHIND the building and enter through the door at the back of the building.

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Thursday
May 4
Agile and Beyond (Ypsilanti)
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Eagle Crest Resort (Ypsilanti, MI)

Mark your calendars! The dates for Agile and Beyond 2017 are set. Agile and Beyond 2017 will happen May, 4-5, 2017. We will once again host the event at the Eagle Crest Conference and Event center near Ann Arbor, MI.

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Thursday
May 4
IEEE Conference on IoT / Smart Living
John Lewis Conference Center (Warren, MI)

IEEE Southeast Michigan presents a conference on Internet of Things and Smart Living.

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Friday
May 5
Stir Trek 2017 (Columbus)
Rave Motion Picture (Columbus)

Stir Trek is a one-day conference focused on teaching software developers, and others in the industry, the latest and greatest in technologies, techniques, and tools. The full day of content is always concluded with a private screening of a blockbuster film on its opening day.

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Thursday
Jun 1
ProMedica Innovations Summit 2017
Renaissance Toledo Downtown Hotel

ProMedica Innovations presents the Fourth Annual Innovations Summit: The Innovation Experience, Real World Entrepreneurship and Economic Development.

  • Networking & Breakfast at 8:00 a.m.
  • Summit Starts at 9:00 a.m.
  • Ends at 4:00 p.m.
  • Breakfast and Lunch included (free)

What’s in it for you?

  • Apply economic development, job creation and employment best practices from ProMedica and other regional innovators.
  • Learn from technology leaders on social determinants of health, emerging medical procedures, devices and equipment and innovative approaches to problem-solving.
  • Get inspired to start your own journey: find out how you can turn your ideas into profitable and rewarding innovations.
  • Spend 1-on-1 time with leading local technology exhibitors to help you find solutions to your needs.

FREE. Participation is limited. Registration required.

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Friday
Jun 16
Ann Arbor Tech Trek

Ann Arbor Tech Trek is a free community event where leading Ann Arbor technology companies open their doors to the public and showcase their latest innovations. Whether you’re a job seeker, student, professional, or someone curious about the Ann Arbor tech community, anyone is welcome to attend.

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Thursday
Jul 20
Business Boost
Toledo Lucas County Public Library

Businesses need an edge over their competition, and the owner who works smarter is often the one who gets ahead. The Library has electronic databases than an owner can use to build targeted lists of prospective customers and that can help businesses learn how their competitive peers are performing. Using American Business/Reference USA/One Source either at the Library or from your office or home, business owners can get valuable information quickly. You are welcome to bring along your mobile device or laptop. You will leave with handouts and worksheets for review at your office.

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Thursday
Oct 12
Midwest UX (Cincinnati)
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On Oct. 12-14, 2017, Cincinnati will host the seventh annual Midwest UX Conference. The regional conference celebrates the growing practice of user experience design, and since its inception in 2011, has been held in Columbus, Grand Rapids, Indianapolis, Louisville and Pittsburgh.

“The conference is a reflection of the host city and the UX community within it,” said Jessica Schomaker, Cincinnati MWUX chair. “It’s really refreshing to get to go to all of these cities and see the UX communities there.”

The three-day event will feature hands-on workshops, keynote speakers, city excursions and networking events. Keynotes will be held at Memorial Hall, workshops will be at Cintrifuse and other locations in Over-the-Rhine and the closing party will be held at the Contemporary Arts Center.

Day one of the conference is workshop-based. Attendees will be able to go into the sessions and meet with international industry leaders who will teach skills needed for UX design. Cincinnati is in the middle of redefining itself. “It's a reflection of what UX does — it improves user experience, just like Cincinnati is doing,” Jessica Schomaker.

“I moved here not too long ago and took a UX job,” Schomaker said. “The UX community in Cincinnati is remarkable, and the quality of people and conversations I’ve had are remarkable. It would be surprising to people outside of the Midwest that these conversations and groups are here because the perception is that good design happens on the coast. But good design is happening in the Midwest too.”

She feels that with the renaissance of OTR and downtown, Cincinnati is in the middle of redefining itself. “It’s a reflection of what UX does — it improves user experience, just like Cincinnati is doing.”

The Midwest UX Conference is entirely volunteer-based. With each new host city, new conference chairs are chosen from the local UX community, which allows each city to put on the best conference possible for the region.

“We get to highlight things that are happening in the city and highlight our favorite places,” Schomaker said.

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Tuesday
Oct 24
Business Boost
Toledo Lucas County Public Library

Businesses need an edge over their competition, and the owner who works smarter is often the one who gets ahead. The Library has electronic databases than an owner can use to build targeted lists of prospective customers and that can help businesses learn how their competitive peers are performing. Using American Business/Reference USA/One Source either at the Library or from your office or home, business owners can get valuable information quickly. You are welcome to bring along your mobile device or laptop. You will leave with handouts and worksheets for review at your office.

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