5 Startup Events You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

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It’s a big week for networking in St. Louis. From Treehouse’ Meeting of the Minds #5 to a slew of great creatives at Venture Cafe’s office hours, and more, Read on and make the game plan for the week:

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ITEN Corporate Engagement Program: What Corporate Innovation Teams Are Looking For And What Startups Need to Know
Monday, October 26; 46pm
Lee Metcalf, Vice President at Daugherty Business Solutions, Scott Boedy, Director of IT Innovation at Enterprise Holdings, and Jeffry Harrison, Chief Operating Officer at Rovertown will discuss how startups can best develop strong corporate interactions, what corporate innovation teams look for in startup companies and what startups must do to garner their business.
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OneStart 2016 Launch Night
Wednesday October 28; 5-8pm
The official St. Louis Launch Night to learn about OneStart, the world’s largest life sciences and healthcare accelerator program, and the chance to win $150,000 non-dilutive funding for your innovative idea.
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Treehouse Meeting of the Minds #5
Wednesday, October 28; 6-8pm
Treehouse Networkshop hosts inspired panel discussions featuring entrepreneurs, artists and movers and shakers in St. Louis. This month, panelists include artists Peat “Eyez” Wollaeger, EQ and ALIVE Magazine’s Kelly Hamilton and Pi Pizza’s Frank Uible. The panel is moderated by Treehouse founder, Wesley Hoffman.
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Venture Cafe
Thursday, October 29; 3-8pm
The weekly gathering of innovators and startups. A place for serendipitous collisions to occur. This week, Hire Right or Manage Hard, a panel discussing the art and science of the interview, Funding for Small Business Technology Acquisition—US Navy Rapid Innovation Fund Program, and office hours with Hal Charnley, Investors Collaborative, Jacquie Kay, Jodi Tatiana-Charles, Marty Sack and Joe Caruso. 
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The LaunchCode Mentor Center Liftoff
Thursday, October 29; 5-9pm
Join the LaunchCode community—including their newest partner, BLUE1647—in celebrating the opening of The Mentor Center. Featuring CoderGirl, CS50x STL, BLUE1647, NAACP, Roy Clay St. Tech Institute, St. Louis Science Center, Perennial, Chalk Riot, Washington University, and more.
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Mary writes for EQ and previously contributed to ALIVE Magazine and worked in the digital marketing field as an account manager. A central Illinois native, she got her news-editorial journalism degree from the University of Illinois and then moved to St. Louis so she wouldn’t have to be around as many Cubs fans. Then she married one.