6 Startup Events Not to Miss This Week

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Demo Days, Cortex Tours, Meetups oh my. Here is a handful of events to include in your plans this week.

Prosper Women Entrepreneurs Accelerator Demo Day
Wed., Nov. 9, 4:30-7:30pm
Knight Hall, Washington University
Join Prosper Women Entrepreneurs for its Fall 2016 class Demo Day. You’ll hear directly from the Fall cohort in formal presentations, followed by a networking happy hour. This event is free but registration is required and space is limited. Register here.

Community Day at Cortex
Thurs., Nov. 10, 4-6pm
Starting point is at CET, 20 S. Sarah
Get to know the Cortex community and entrepreneurship ecosystem better by joining this tour of Cortex and discussion about how it helps entrepreneurs.

Meeting point: CET (20 S Sarah)
4pm Cortex Intro
5pm TechShop Tour
5:30pm Venture Café

WashU Patent Challenge Showcase
Fri., Nov. 11, 5-7pm
Mallinckrodt 128, WashU Campus
Thirty-five students hailing from all seven colleges at WashU have teamed up to tackle the challenge of making complex WashU science both understandable and accessible to the masses. Read more about the challenge See what they came up with and register by Nov. 9 here.

Recurring Weekly Events

1 Million Cups
Wed., Nov. 9
9-10am, T-REX Innovation Center
SensrTrx is presenting at this week’s event. 1 Million Cups is a free, weekly national program designed to educate, engage, and connect entrepreneurs.

Coder Girl
Wed., Nov. 9, 6-8pm
LaunchCode Mentor Center
Bring your laptop and code with some of the smartest women in the city.

Venture Cafe
Thurs., Nov. 10, 3-8pm
CIC@4240, Cortex
This week’s sessions include the future of space (“An Inclusive Space Program Can’t Be an Old Boys’ Club”), office hours with Brown Smith Wallace, Beta-Testing Whoozini and more. More details on the weekly sessions here.

See more upcoming events here and add your events to the community calendar here.

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