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SANTA BARBARA TECH BREW FALL MEGA MIXER
Santa Barbara, Calif., October 1st, 2010— High-technology professionals, entrepreneurs and innovative leaders in business, government, education and non-profits won’t want to miss the annual Tech Brew Fall Mega Mixer. This free, premier networking event will be held on Monday, October 18th, 2010 at Fess Parker’s Double Tree Resort from 4:30 to 9:00pm, and is open to anyone interested in high technology business. Online registration is encouraged: www.smallbizentrepcntr.org.
“Tech Brew is an opportunity to engage in high-profile, Santa Barbara networking in a casual setting with a diversity of innovative professionals and Santa Barbara tech companies who are shaping our future,” said Santa Barbara SEO professional Taylor Reaume of The Search Engine Pros. Reaume will kick off the event with a one hour seminar: “WHY IS SEO AN IMPORTANT PART OF THE MARKETING ARSENAL?” from 4:30pm to 5:30pm.
Reaume will be accompanied by special guest speaker, Michael Kramer of Ameravant.com. Attendees will enjoy a unique opportunity to engage with two of the area’s leading web business professionals. Conversations will range from Social Media, Search Engine Optimization, Internet Marketing and Content Management Systems, including a Q&A session, during which attendees will have a chance to ask questions about the cutting edge web solutions offered by Ameravant and The Search Engine Pros.
Immediately following will be The Tech Brew Fall Mega Mixer, with complimentary snacks and a no-host bar. The mixer will feature industry related exhibits and a special presentation by the California Space Authority on the latest developments of the California Space Center, including how professionals can have their part in this $220,000,000 project.
This Santa Barbara event is also an opportunity to learn about Santa Barbara tech jobs.
“If looking for a Santa Barbara event to attend, Tech Brew is like a who’s who in the Santa Barbara high technology business landscape, and far more social than its high-tech name suggests,” said Jeremy Bodenhamer of Pack and Post Office Solutions. Past Tech Brew events have drawn over 600 participants and Santa Barbara Tech Brew is considered one of the best attended and longest-running technology networking events in the country.
Tech Brew was created to bring high-technology industry professionals together in a relaxed, interactive setting, hence the name Tech Brew. The Santa Barbara networking mixer was founded by Dennis Cagan of the Santa Barbara Technology Group, and is now operated by the Santa Barbara Enterprise Center and the Small Business Entrepreneurship Center, run by Alan Tratner, located at the Santa Barbara Business and Technology Center near downtown Santa Barbara.
“Tech Brew offers a high-return Santa Barbara marketing opportunity,” said Kristin Anderson of Lime Green Monkey, who has developed strategic business relationships through past attendance. The July 2010 Midsummer’s Nite Mega Mixer held at the Santa Barbara Botanic Gardens was very well attended, with approximately 300 participants from leading regional industries.
For information on being a Sponsor, Program advertising and enterprise or non-profit exhibit space at the October 18th Tech Brew Fall Mega Mixer, contact Alan Tratner at (805) 879-1729; firstname.lastname@example.org.
TECH BREW MEGA MIXER events are made possible by sponsorships and presenting entities that include the following: Ameravant, California Coast Venture Forum, Hub International, SEO Pros, Montecito Private Asset Management, Green2Gold, Clean Business Investment Summit, Christie Communications, Maverick Angles, Santa Barbara Daily Sound, California Space Authority, Santa Barbara Business and Technology Center, MIT Enterprise Forum, Pacific Coast Business Times, Noozhawk, The Independent, SB Score, Inventors Workshop International, SB NAWBO, Fess Parker’s Double Tree Resort, Ricoh USA, Catalyst, Small Business Entrepreneurship Center, Interns from UCSB and other supporting friends. Consider adding Tech Brew Mega Mixer to your Santa Barbara calendar; out of all the Santa Barbara events this week, this is one you don’t want to miss.