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Boulder Open Coffee Club Open for Business

We’ve decided to start the Boulder version of the OpenCoffee Club.  The club is quickly becoming an internation club that has local franchises.  Saul Klein was the brains behind developing a forum where entrepreneurs, developers and investors organize real-world informal meetups to chat, network and grow.  In other words, people in the venture capital world get to hang out, meet each other and learn from one another.

If you are looking for more information, check out Saul’s blog and learn more about the club and him personally.  Also, check out the OpenCoffee site as well to see all the different clubs forming.

We’ve set up a site if you want to keep track of the schedule and encourage as many people to come as possible.  We intend to meet every other Tuesday at 8am. 

So if you are interested in a “live” version of AskTheVC, or just want to come and hang out, we’ll see you there. 

March 31st, 2007 by     Categories: General Site Info    
  • http://www.billerickson.net Bill Erickson

    Have you checked out Coworking yet: http://wiki.coworking.info/
    Coworking is cafe-like community/collaboration space for developers, writers and independents.
    Same sort of idea, it’s an open space for tech creatives to work and interact. We’re actually trying to start one here in Austin and College Station.
    More info at the coworking blog: http://blog.coworking.info/