Where you'll find us in April

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With the promise of warmer weather around the corner, we’re hoping that you’re ready to ditch the winter gear and meet us out at these four upcoming events this month.

Wednesday, April 3rd, 6:30 PM

Succeeding in CS

Meet us at Electric’s HQ Downtown to hear from of the top Customer Success talent in New York City. If you’re looking to move up the latter from individual contributor to manager in a client/customer success role, attend this panel to learn from experts at companies like Yext, Degreed, Sailthru, Pixlee, and of course, Electric.

Electric AI | 408 Broadway, 5th Floor | RSVP here

Tuesday, April 16th, 8:30–11 AM

Founders for Change: NYC Blend

It takes action, not just conversation, to make strides when it comes to diversity and inclusion in tech. Meet other founders for breakfast and participate in tactical breakout sessions covering everything from building a diverse board, to balancing diversity and hiring quickly, unconscious bias training, and much more. Be sure to say hi to Primary Partner Cat Hernandez, who is also a board member of the non-profit.

Lowenstein Sandler LLP | 1251 6th Avenue, 17th Floor | RSVP here

Tuesday, April 16th, 6–9 PM

#NothingLess Wage Inequality Panel

To commemorate Equal Pay Day, Hired has assembled talent, people, and recruiting superstars (including our own Cat Hernandez) for a panel to discuss wage parity, diversity, equity, and inclusion. Start the night at Hired’s pop-up space with drinks and a deep dive into their #NothingLess campaign, and stay for their wage inequality micro-documentary, panel, and networking reception.

873 Broadway #301 | RSVP here

Wednesday, April 17th, 6–8 PM

New York Enterprise Technology Meetup

If you’re curious about Enterprise VC fundraising trends, head to Work-Bench’s monthly meetup to hear the latest directly from four investors, including Crissy Costa, who focuses on B2B SaaS and enterprise application businesses here at Primary. She’ll be joined by Graham Brown from Leher Hippeau, and Vipin Chamakkala from Work-Bench, with Polina Marinova, an editor at Fortune, acting as moderator.

Work-Bench | 110 5th Avenue, 5th Floor | RSVP here

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