If you have a strong idea that could be pitched more clearly, then join us for the Startup Pitch Bootcamp. In just three hours, this intensive workshop will help you improve your pitching skills and understand the components of a great pitch, providing plenty of practice until you get it right.
We’ll review your listing and post it to our online calendar.
Skin Care Wellness Week is October 14th – 20th! As of October 14th, City of Sacramento Mayor Steinberg has signed a Proclamation recognizing Skin Care Wellness Week as October 14th – 20th, 2018. Dermveda is celebrating the week by promoting skin health and wellness with events throughout Sacramento.
AIA Central Valley’s Experience Architecture public outreach events will run from Wednesday, Oct. 17 to Sunday, Oct. 21, with a pre-event scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 13.
Join the design community in this fun and exciting architectural scavenger hunt, designed to expose participants to both new and iconic architecture in Sacramento!
Architect Donlyn Lyndon, FAIA, is widely recognized for his lifetime dedication to the design of places, and for his research examining the structure of place and the ethical dimensions of design. We are thrilled to bring him to Sacramento as the featured speaker during Experience Architecture.
This educational program was originally created in 1988 by the Architectural Foundation of Santa Barbara to connect architects with children and their parents. Now after almost 30 years, and much success, AIA Chapters will be hosting this family friendly sketching event on the same day across California!
The fourth annual AIA Film Challenge invites architects and filmmakers to collaborate in bringing architectural stories to life. This year’s theme, Blueprint for Better, shines a light on the powerful social impact of architects and their work. In partnership with their clients and communities, architects plant the seeds that blossom into stronger neighborhoods, towns, and cities.
Taking place in October, Stockton Arts Week (SAW) is the most exciting arts and culture event in Stockton, California. Established in 2016, it is a week-long celebration of the diversity and wealth of creative talent Stockton has to offer.
The City of Stockton will present a big finale to Stockton Arts week on Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018, with the Collide Festival at Weber Point Events Center, from 4 – 9 p.m. The event is free and open to the public and will offer entertainment, interactive exhibits, food vendors and Stockton’s – first ever – drone light show.
Join our popular bicycle ride to see the latest in architectural design and development in Sacramento! This approximately nine-mile ride is on flat and shady public streets and includes unique sneak peeks at new developments and designer commentary. There are more than a dozen stops planned this year, including: McKinley Village, two theater arts complexes and several new restaurants. Event typically sells-out, please register early!
At the Sacramento Hotels Farm-to-Fork Showcase: Challenge of the Chefs, discover how Sacramento’s hotels and their restaurants are serving some of the freshest and most beautiful bounty the Valley has to offer. Explore the region’s delectable products alongside local hotel chefs, winemakers and craft brewers.
Join attorney Michelle Rowe Hallsten, shareholder at Greenberg Traurig LLP, for an intimate roundtable discussion of your technology startup’s legal issues and considerations.
This session will be limited to no more than 12 startup founders, co-founders or their designees. Lunch will be provided. All proceeds benefit CleanStart Inc., a 501 © (3) corporation.
Join the UC Davis Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship as we kick off our 2018/19 Big Bang! Business Competition
The 21st Annual Sacramento Arts Festival—the best ever in quality and variety—returns to the Sacramento Convention Center Friday, October 26 – Sunday, October 28. This festival has become not only the premier art and craft show in the Central Valley, but is also one of the top art festivals in the country.
Interacting with the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) on regulatory matters is something that many life science and medical-based startups fear. The process can be complex, confusing, and daunting. During this talk, Dr. Swick will discuss how to best develop a game plan for interacting with the agency. The topics covered will include when and how to contact the FDA, who to engage with, and more importantly, pitfalls to avoid.
Join us for October’s Cleantech Meetup, a technology-focused monthly gathering that features presentations about products and technologies from companies that are already in operation. As always, appetizers and drinks will be served!
October’s focus is electrical vehicle charging.
Five Star Bank Bank Tank II is coming! The event is 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31 at The Sutter Club in downtown Sacramento. This Shark Tank-style event seeks to match entrepreneurs with investors.
Join us for Day of the Dead in Historic Oak Park
At this year’s State of the County we will be exploring how public/private partnerships are powering cities and regions forward in the digital age. Demographic and technological shifts are changing the way we consume, commute, and communicate.