Yes... about the Reno Entrepreneurs Club...
I would transfer the Club to Silicon Valley (and rename it), but last I heard, Silicon Valley has plenty of clubs!
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COME! VISIT OUR RENO ENTREPRENEURS CLUB!
Thanks to the Siena Hotel and the Enoteca Wine Cellar for hosting the Reno Entrepreneurs Club's kickoff get-together.
Thank you Ed Sweet, Sommelier, for the service and wine advice from behind the bar, and thank you Zole Andahazy, Matre d' for providing the fabulous cheese plate.
Thank you Lane Cameron (http://www.lanecameron.com/) for your live music performance. Lane has been performing for Reno audiences for many years and operates a world-class recording studio. Enoteca always has primo jazz entertainment with a variety of musicians and styles.
And thank you to those who came to the kickoff meeting. I had a blast!
Purpose & Plans
I've written a draft of the Reno Entrepreneurs Club's goals and purposes. To read the draft, click here.
I would love to hear from you. Please email your comments and suggestions! Thanks!
I started the Reno Entrepreneurs Club on the spur of the moment. Actually, I've been thinking about it for a while. I came to Reno because Reno was represented an the "new high-tech Mecca." I came back from Colorado to attend a TechAlliance meeting in February, 2003. They haven't had one since. Worse, they've merged with the government -- so that's the end of that -- except for taxes to support the remaining bureaucracy. (OK, I'm a cynic.)
Meanwhile, I had decided to leave Reno for high-tech pastures. But, in a recent conversation I heard myself say that if I left Reno, I would always regret not starting some sort of organization (a reason to have parties) here. Walla, the Reno Entrepreneurs Club.
Most of the folks I invited to the kickoff were "captive" employees. Perhaps they don't see themselves as entrepreneurs.
Years ago, I was on the steering committee of the fabulous Orinda Club. We produced huge, incredible, fun events.
Next Meeting -- To be announced.
My "digital pinhole" camera with 640 KB and little wink-light didn't work so well in Enoteca's dim lighting as you can see. (You should see the photos before I digitally extracted the images from the darkness! Some were impossibly dark.) I got lucky with Daniel's photos because he was standing under an overhead light.
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