SoftwarePeer2PeerMonday, February 27 2017 at 7pm | Indellient Inc. - 2630 Bristol Circle #100, Oakville ON

The good folks at Indellient Inc. have offered to host for this meeting!

Meetup #7: Build & Protect Your IP Assets for Starting, Ongoing & Future Value

 

Kevin Holbeche, from Holbeche Law, will be presenting on Intellectual Property (IP), covering the following:

 

  • Make sure you own your Intellectual Property (IP) with effective policies and IP development and ownership agreements for customers, employees partners, and vendors
  • When you need a Confidentiality / Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) and the key provisions it should include to protect your IP
  • Learn how to identify the different forms of IP and available protections for your business, including trade secrets, patents, trademarks, copyrights and designs
  • Take advantage of freely available forms of IP protection, and consider when to call in an IP professional
  • Enforce, license and commercialize your IP within and outside of your business
  • Best position your IP for financings and share and asset deals

 

Everyone should benefit from this discussion, whether in an enterprise/corporate setting or as a solopreneur/startup founder.  Be sure to register, and see you there!

Eventbrite - SOFTWARE PEER 2 PEER #6: AWS and Application Development

 

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WomenInTech Peer2PeerFebruary 28, 2017  |  7 pm  |  The Ivy, 3330 South Service Road, Burlington

Topic: Marketing Channels

Following up on some areas for improvement that were uncovered in the January planning session, this month we will begin a series on the art sales and marketing with a review of available marketing channels and ways to test them so we can focus on the fewest things that will make the biggest difference.

The Women in Tech Peer 2 Peer group’s goal is to empower women in business by examining the unique gender based challenges of working in and with technology to effect progressive change within our working and community environments. 

Meet ups are generally for women only who work or live in Halton.  Non-Silicon Halton members are welcome.

Each month we'll have a topic for debate, and an opportunity for individuals to share challenges and successes with the group in a safe, supportive setting. 

Meetup formats may include dinner discussion meetings, guest speaker presentations, or workshops - depending on the topic.

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FRIDAY January 20, 2016 | 9:00 am - 10:30 am 

Topic: Moving Prospects From Desire To Actionpart 3 of the Build Online Authority & Make Money Series

This is an open group targeting the Solopreneurs in Halton. A valuable forum where hi-tech Solopreneurs in our community can learn, grow, and seek peer advice.

Learn more about the Solo Peer-2-Peer here.

Where: Halton Hive,  [map]

 

 

WomenInTech Peer2PeerOctober 25, 2016  |  7 pm  |  The Ivy, 3330 South Service Road, Burlington

Topic: What it Takes (Part II)

Inspired by the Canadian women rocking the RIO Summer Olympics and the amazing #WhatItTakes campaign from SportChek (Check out the videos here) we are bringing in mentors and coaches to take the limits off of our beliefs and dare greatly in our careers and with our businesses.

This month we have invited Ballsy member Norine Jones to share her story and tips on the importance of valuing yourself and your business or career.

The Women in Tech Peer 2 Peer group’s goal is to empower women in business by examining the unique gender based challenges of working in and with technology to effect progressive change within our working and community environments. 

Meet ups are generally for women only who work or live in Halton.  Non-Silicon Halton members are welcome.

Each month we'll have a topic for debate, and an opportunity for individuals to share challenges and successes with the group in a safe, supportive setting. 

Meetup formats may include dinner discussion meetings, guest speaker presentations, or workshops - depending on the topic.

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About the Presenter

Norine Jones began her unique career in the auto industry, starting out working in the body shop, eventually becoming a body shop manager, and then a service manager. Why is her career described as unique already? Because Norine has always been one to take on a challenge and chose her career within male dominated industries from the beginning. This gave her a solid foundation from which to continue building her current position as President of PowerVac Services Hamilton. Lest you think that PowerVac is the name for a house cleaning company, it actually provides services for duct cleaning and mold abatement and removal for home, commercial and industrial projects. Not exactly Molly Maid.

In addition to being a successful business owner, Norine is very active in the volunteer community of Hamilton. She has been participating in Girl Guides of Canada for over 14 years as a unit leader, community camp organizer and Administrative Community Leader. It is very important to Norine to show other girls and women that they too can create their own path and future.

PowerVac Hamilton is a family owned and operated business that Norine’s father took over as General Manager over 25 years ago and eventually bought. Norine joined the company as the Operations Manager and held that position for 9 years. She then moved in to the General Manager role for 2 years. After losing her father just over a year ago, Norine moved in to the role of owner and has been the Lady Boss for the past 1.5 years, officially becoming the President within the past two months.

With 3 cats, 1 dog, 2 daughters and one patient husband, Norine’s life is one of time management, learning and large cups of Early Grey Tea.

 

 

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TGIF-Tech-TasteOfColumbia

Friday November 25th 2016  |  3:00 pm - 5:00 pm   |   Taste Of Colombia, 67 Bronte Road, Units #2 and #3, Oakville

Funding Interactive Digital Media Projects In Ontario

Find out about programs available for helping fund Interactive Digital Media (IDM) projects in Ontario.  Q&A the programs with Lucie.  And also learn about what Interactive Ontario and Haltech can do for your companies.  

Presenter: Lucie Lalumière

LucieLumiereLucie Lalumière is the founder of Lalumiere Media, a consulting business specializing in interactive digital media (IDM), emerging technologies and immersive experiences (virtual reality, augmented reality).  Lucie and her collaborators offer a broad range of services such as advising clients on strategy and business development, as well as production and operations.  She is also the Executive Producer of Bvrned, a fictional 360 film, at 360 Story Lab.

Her passion for emerging technologies started over 20 years ago, when she worked on groundbreaking multimedia projects at Bell. Later on, she led innovative and award-winning teams in various strategic roles.  Her executive positions include GM French Market (MediaLinx Sympatico), Executive Director New Media (Radio-Canada), and VP & GM Interactive, Television (Corus Entertainment). 

Lucie is a tireless advocate for the IDM industry. She is the Vice-Chair of Interactive Ontario, on the Board of Haltech, has been on the board of the Bell Fund, and regularly contributes to industry-related advisory committees.  She is the winner of the inaugural WIFT-T Digital Trailblazer Crystal Award (2015), has a B.Sc. in Management Information Systems from Université de Sherbrooke, an MBA from McGill University (completed at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program), and an Award of Achievement in Digital Analytics from UBC/DAA.

More info @ https://ca.linkedin.com/in/lucielalumiere  |  Follow Lucie on Twitter @LucieLalumiere

 


 

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About TGIF Tech

Held once a month on a Friday afternoon, these informal meetings are a way to build the connections among Oakville’s technology ecosystem. We offer an informal touch point for business development, sharing knowledge and information in a relaxed environment. Consider coming out and joining us if you are involved with a digital media business or organization in Oakville. Our broad definition of technology includes video, gaming, wire-less, animation, podcasting, online communications, software programming and consulting, etc.

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Location: Taste of Colombia (Bronte BIA) Map: https://goo.gl/maps/QPTi1 

 

SoftwarePeer2PeerMonday, January 23 2017 at 7pm | Apple Suites, 700 Third Line, Oakville

Meetup #6: AWS and Application Development

We'll be discussing application development for the Amazon Web Services platform.  Guest Speaker: Brett Gillett, Certified AWS Expert

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WomenInTech Peer2PeerJanuary 24, 2017  |  7 pm  |  The Ivy, 3330 South Service Road, Burlington

Topic: Goal Setting

It's January and time for planning.  We will review some techniques for setting goals and creating and using planning tools to help us reach them.  This meeting will lay the groundwork for a year of success for members and the group as a whole to be revisted throughout 2017.  Come out and get ready to move forward.

The Women in Tech Peer 2 Peer group’s goal is to empower women in business by examining the unique gender based challenges of working in and with technology to effect progressive change within our working and community environments. 

Meet ups are generally for women only who work or live in Halton.  Non-Silicon Halton members are welcome.

Each month we'll have a topic for debate, and an opportunity for individuals to share challenges and successes with the group in a safe, supportive setting. 

Meetup formats may include dinner discussion meetings, guest speaker presentations, or workshops - depending on the topic.

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