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Enjoy your last week of July with a creative boost at one or all of these events.
Meeting of the Minds #4
Treehouse Networkshop’s Wesley Hoffman hosts the 4th installment of its Meeting of the Minds panel series this week, featuring inspired conversation with panelists Jim Harper of Boxing Clever, Sutton Lasater of Prosper, West Model Management & SLU, and Frank Uible of Pi Pizzeria. Register online in advance. The $15 admission includes complimentary Boxing Turtle Brewing, Defiance Whiskey and Pi pizza.
OPO Startups, 119 Main St., St. Charles
Paul Steensland, founder of Industrial Strength Research, LLC, will talk about the trials and tribulations of being a recent solopreneur and
Public Hearing on Uber
Metropolitan St. Louis Taxi Cab Commission
2628 Delmar Blvd., Midtown
The campaign for ride sharing and taxi reform continues with a public hearing at the MTC meeting, after which the commission will rule on whether to allow ride sharing in St. Louis. Those wishing to speak should arrive by 9:45am. Follow the conversation on the Facebook event page.
July 30, 6:30-8:30pm
Industrious, 555 Washington Ave., Downtown
Join Super Heroines, Etc. & Nerd for a Living for a casual, happy hour networking event designed to allow “professionals in nerdy careers” to connect. Network among peers, connect with pros in tech, gaming, writing, art/illustration, comics, science and more, and participate in breakout sessions on relevant career topics. Register online and get complimentary drinks, apps and a chance to win (nerdy) prizes.
CIC@4240, 4240 Duncan Ave., Midtown
This week’s lineup includes Office Hours with Weber Shandwick, a “Networking in the Digital Age” breakout hosted by the Webster University Alumni Association and a group improv comedy exercise, “Celebrating Each Other and Our Fears” by Compass Improv.
Registration ends 9/10
Washington University, Knight Hall
Tickets: $25 online