These 5 Events in NYC This Week Will Make You Smarter

Here’s our curated list of a few events that are coming up for your immediate reading pleasure…

On Sunday, our friends at Cowork|rs will host a special brunch with angel investor, Brian Cohen — COWORK|RS Brunch — Q&A with Brian Cohen at Cowork|rs.

On Monday and Tuesday, join our friends from the Westchester County Association as they hold their annual 2 day conference showcasing healthtech innovation in the region — HealthTech’15: Fueling Innovation in Westchester.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, join the LDV Vision Summit where together top technologists, visionaries, startups, media/brand executives and investors converge with the purpose of exploring, understanding and shaping the future of imaging and video in human communication at SVA Theatre.

On Thursday evening, join our friends at NYC Media Lab as they provide a broad perspective on the impact of connected devices on the home. The evening will consist of a “science fair,” with demos from startups, media companies, and university research labs at the cutting edge — Visions of the Connected Home at Civic Hall.

On Wednesday, join Startup OneStop as they host breakfast with venture capitalist Nnamdi Okike of 645 Ventures — StartupOneStop Breakfast with an Investor: Nnamdi Okike, 645 Ventures at Cowork|rs.

On the horizon:

On May 26th, our friends from Rubicon VC host an evening focused on the ever-changing nature of the startup and venture capital landscape with respect to the blurring of seed and Series A rounds — Blurred Lines in VC — NYC Edition.

On May 27th, join the finale of the 5 Boro Pitch Slap competition that will showcase the finest startups from each borough — Five Boro Pitch Slap — Finale

One June 4th, our friends at Venture for America will be hosting their annual Summer Celebration; save $50 with code AlleyWatch — Venture for America Summer Celebration

For a full listing of upcoming events for the NYC startup and tech community, please visit the AlleyWatch NYC Tech and Startup Event Calendar.

Originally published at on May 16, 2015.

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