Girls in Tech CNY Launch Event

Celebrating women in and around technology and entrepreneurship

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Please join us as we launch the Central NY chapter of Girls in Tech (GIT), a global organization focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of influential women in and around technology and entrepreneurship.

If you're an entrepreneurial and innovative woman in the technology space (Any technology! Any function!), come join us to launch our chapter, learn more about the organization, mingle with other women in the space, and meet our board members.

Drinks and hors d'oeuvres will be provided!

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Our GIT CNY Board:

Andrea Bianchi, Katelyn Block, Bianca Borghetti, Lauren Britton, Kate Brodock, Sara Brodowski, Sarah Dawson, Emily Forsythe, Jessica Reed, Colleen Spitz, Sara Wallace

We'd like to thank TERACAI and LaunchNY for being our Lead Sponsors.

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TERACAI architects and builds technology infrastructures that enable its customers to meet their business goals by providing comprehensive core networking, unified communications, virtualization and data center solutions. As a Cisco Silver Partner, TERACAI has achieved Cisco’s “Customer Satisfaction Excellence” designation every quarter it has been offered. TERACAI has been ranked in the CRN Provider 500 list of North America’s Top Technology Integrators in 2011 and 2012.

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Launch New York is an entrepreneurial support organization covering 27 counties in western Upstate New York.  We identify high potential growth start-up companies and supply a wide array of resources and access to investment, drawn from collaborating organizations, in order to move them forward.  We provide direct assistance and connections to critical growth resources in order to continue the growth of entrepreneurial culture in Upstate.

We would also like to thank our General Sponsor, Cayuga Venture Fund:

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Since its inception in 1994, Cayuga Venture Fund and its member investors have invested more than $60 million in technology companies in upstate New York, many of which are based on research performed at Cornell University, and helped to attract nearly $300 million of investor capital to technology start-up companies in what is traditionally considered to be a region underserved by venture capital.

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