Update: What a fantastic evening we had with all of the tribes coming together for our annual TechXmas event, aka: Tokyo’s Biggest Tech Party Ever. We had an Awesome Venue for the 2010 gig with a great collection of participating groups and some 400 very cool folks on hand for the massive mixer. We raised enough cash to fund some 1,250 books for Room to Read, and gave away a handful of groovy prizes, another big shout out to everyone involved who made this whole thing possible.. You-All-Rock!
Otherwise, we look forward to another super agenda in 2011 and always open to your topic requests and kind offers for continued support. Meanwhile, we wish you and yours a safe and happy holiday season. As always, do feel free to drop us a note here anytime and we’ll see you all again real soon.
It’s time once again to bring all of the tribes together for our annual TechXmas event, aka: Tokyo’s Biggest Tech Party Ever. We have nailed an Awesome Venue for the 2010 gig with a larger collection of participating groups and are expecting an even bigger crowd than the 400+ very cool folks who attended our epic mixer last year!
All net proceeds will go to ‘Beers for Bytes’, an offshoot of the acclaimed Beers for Books event. The funds will be donated to tech infrastructure for Room to Read, whose focus is on childhood literacy and gender equality in education in developing countries.
We will also be offering the opportunity for sponsors to donate door prizes or small cash envelopes, so please do drop us a note asap to make arrangements.
Date: Monday December 6th, from 7-10pm
Location: Modapolitica – Map
Fee: ¥2,000 with Advance Registration or ¥3,000 At The Door**
Menu: Advance registration comes with a super tasty buffet – while all drinks, including beer, standard mixed or non-alcohol and wine selection, will be cash bar at 500jpy each.
**Note: ‘At The Door’ attendees will receive two-drink tickets instead of a food coupon as we need to confirm an accurate buffet estimate in advance.
AppleCert, Asiajin, Digital Eve Japan, GreenITers, ICA Japan, Mobile in Japan, Mobile Monday Tokyo, Ninjava, Open Network Lab, Poken Japan, Ringo MUG, StartupWeekend Tokyo, TLUG, Tokyo 2.0, Tokyo Beer and Blog, Tokyo HackerSpace, Tokyo PC Users Group and a Big Shout-Out to the BierVana crew who have really stepped forward to help organize this event.
Many thanks for another fantastic year — We look forward to see you all again soon. Meanwhile, noted the good folks at MCPC are running their annual Solutions Fair all day Nov. 26th = See You There!