Reminder: Boston Web Innovators Group – 6:30pm Monday January 30th @ Blue Room

This post is just a quick reminder about the upcoming Boston Web Innovators Group meeting this upcoming Monday evening. The details:

Boston Web Innovators Group
Monday January 30th at 6:30pm
Blue Room in Kendall Square

All who are interested in gathering to socialize about web and mobile innovation in the Boston area welcome.

We are going to start with three brief presentations from local self-funded startups:

• Joshua Schanker is going to present his business’s site for high school students, Sconex.
Gregor Rothfuss will unveil a project he’s been working on with the codename Blue.
• The team of Robert Glazer, Bob Allard & Richard Banfield will demo two services which they’ve been developing, Referral Monitor and You Should Meet.

Following the 7pm presentations, the room and cash-bar will remain open for a few hours of general schmoozing.

It looks like we already have a great group RSVP’ing on the wiki site: Please include your name on the list if you plan to attend.

Looking forward to seeing everyone there on Monday. As always, feel free to e-mail me with comments, questions, or suggestions.

David Beisel

David Beisel is a co-founder and Partner at NextView Ventures. He has been focused on early stage Internet startups his entire career, both as an entrepreneur and venture capitalist. As an investor in the digital media space, David was most recently a Vice President at Venrock and previously a Principal at Masthead Venture Partners. Prior to becoming a venture capitalist, David co-founded Sombasa Media, an e-mail marketing company best known for its flagship product BargainDog. Sombasa was successfully acquired by where David served as Vice President of Marketing. David holds an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and an AB in Economics, magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from Duke University. He also founded and leads the Boston Innovators Group, an organization which holds quarterly entrepreneur events drawing a thousand attendees.