Entrepreneurship Datebook highlights workshops and networking events each week. With the holiday weeks quiet, here are a few entrepreneurship workshops and events to put on your calendars for next year:
Sales for B2B Startups: Introduction to software-as-a-service (SaaS) sales for early-stage companies, by Jorge Soto, fomer Head of Inside Sales at Twitter and sales trainer, 6:30 to 8 p.m. Jan. 6 at Building.co, 120 SW Eighth St. Register here: https://goo.gl/23faYt
Black Tech Week: Back for a second year, a week of events with speakers, panels, workshops and networkers, Feb. 15-20. More info: www.blacktechweek.com
SUP-X: A startup expo for entrepreneurs, investors and service providers, Feb. 16-17, Broward County Convention Center. Apply now to exhibit. More info: www.sup-x.org.
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Miami Mini Maker Faire: The popular event returns in an expanded format Feb. 20-21 at YoungArts in Miami. MIAMade is now accepting applications for exhibitors on its website. More info: makerfairemiami.com
eMerge Americas: The third annual eMerge Americas conference, with two days of speakers, exhibits, contests and celebrity fun, returns April 18-19. eMerge is accepting applications for its Startup Showcase on its website. More info: emergeamericas.org.
Startup Acceleration: Powered by Consero, this calls itself an invitation-only peer-to-peer event for startup founders and it’s June 8-10. More info and to ask for an invite: startup.consero.com
It may have been a holiday week, but startup news broke anyway. Miami-based ParkJockey partnered with PayByPhone; Wyncode coding school announced its third expansion; and Urban.Us provided a guest post on making cities better. Catch up on startup news and community views on the Starting Gate blog on MiamiHerald.com/business.
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Nancy Dahlberg @ndahlberg