Join our Tech Business Networking Mixer for an evening of schmoozing, job prospecting and fun!
Hosted at CritiqueIt's headquarters in downtown Long Beach, this event will bring together web developers, designers, marketers, creatives, tech enthusiasts and more.
Local business leaders who are actively hiring will be on site to meet and mingle with talent, so bring your business cards!
Chicks Can Code — Chicks Can Code is a Long Beach-based nonprofit project bringing together those who wish to learn and those who wish to teach. The project has offered educational seminars and events around learning technology fundamentals organizations since October 2013. Chicks Can Code was founded by Kelsey O'Neill, Tiffany Rider and Alexa Fleur.
CritiqueIt, Inc. — Alexa Fleur and Ashley Bradford are co-founders of CritiqueIt, Inc., a Long Beach-based tech company that designs digital annotation tools for the thoughts, ideas, and opinions that shape your work. The business, which launched in October 2008, has grown exponentially and is actively hiring front-end and back-end developers.
Code + Coffee — Code + Coffee is a weekly event bringing together programmers of all ages, skills and experiences in a casual environment to share, collaborate, and hack together. They gather every Saturday at the MADE in Long Beach store on Pine Avenue in downtown Long Beach.
Chicks Can Code provides educational programs for those who wish to learn, by those who wish to teach. We create fun, collaborative learning environments for teaching STEM.
There are three public parking lots at the corner of Long Beach Blvd and Broadway. Parking is $5 per car per day.
Go Metro to this event during LA Innovation Week! For your best route, use the Metro Trip Planner or call (323) Go Metro (323.466.3876)