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Pune OpenCoffee Club Meeting – 4th April (for Startups)

If you are a Pune-based entrepreneur (or think you’d like to be an entrepreneur someday), consider joining the Pune OpenCoffee Club. There is a meeting of the POCC on Friday. Main agenda is for the members to get to know each other. Also a couple of VCs will be attending – they also want to get to know Pune entrepreneurs.

Details from Anjali Gupta (anjali at NOSPAM bookeazy dot com):

Dear Pune OpenCoffee members,

Thank you for your enthusiastic response in bootstrapping the Club. In the last few weeks over 50 members and 20 startups have joined POCC on http://punestartups.ning.com

Who’s here?
Pringoo, Komli, Mithi, Mangospring, Zmanda, 42, ThinkingSpace, TechZemplary, Coriolis, Josh Software, Niyuj, Indyvation, Mobikon, 5 Colors, Business Gateway, Spring Computing, TastyKhana, Lipikaar, and BookEazy.

We’ve planned our first networking meetup on 4th April, 5:30pm – 7.30pm (Friday) at BookEazy.

We’ve also invited a few guests who have expressed interest in meeting POCC entrepreneurs at the meetup.
– Mukul Singhal, Canaan Partners
– Niren Shah, Norwest Venture Partners
– Startup mentors and incubators will also be attending

Do invite entrepreneurs, founders, investors/advisers or those interested in starting up or joining startups.

For event details and directions to the venue, please visit:
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Don’t forget to confirm your participation here to help us plan:
RSVP link: http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/428897/
RSVP over email: anjali at NOSPAM bookeazy dot com

Feel free to add your feedback and comments on the POCC forums.

Look forward to meeting everyone.

Best regards,
Anjali

Pune needs more of a tech “community”. So please join.

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