Monday, July 24, 2017 MIT Alumni Angels NYC
The MIT Alumni Angels of New York (MITAANY) will hold its next invitation-only event in New York on Monday, July 24th. There will again be a lineup of exciting early stage companies presenting, followed by a networking reception with the startup founders and investor members.
The MITAANY is accepting new investor members and welcomes MIT alumni from the New York region who are Accredited Investors to apply.
We look forward to seeing you there!
The MITAANY Organizing Committee
Apply for Investor Membership
If you are interested in applying as an investor, please fill out the new investor membership application form. Please note that in order to participate in MITAANY as an investor, you must meet the definition of accredited investor according to SEC rules. If you are accepted as a member, you will receive an email with registration details for our next event.
Apply to Present Your Startup
If you or someone you know is interested in presenting their startup to the group, please fill out the startup application form or send a brief description of the startup and pitch deck to email@example.com.
The MIT Alumni Angels of New York (“MITAANY”) is a chapter of MIT Alumni Angels, which has been deemed an affiliated organization (“affiliated organization”) of the MIT Alumni Association. As a result, the MIT Club of New York is including this announcement as a courtesy to, and as it does with, other affiliated organizations. The MIT Club of New York does not supervise or endorse the activities of any affiliated organization and is not responsible for the accuracy or completeness of any announcement by, or the activities of, any affiliated organization. MITAANY has advised that its activities are designed for, and are open only to, “accredited investors” (as such term is defined in the regulations of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission) and has issued the following disclaimer: “MITAANY is not a venture fund, an investment bank, a broker-dealer, investment clearing-house, or an investment advisor, but rather a forum in which investors may be educated about aspects of investment and business, as well as introduced to companies for possible investment. MITAANY is not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission or any state securities commission. Each member of MITAANY is responsible for his or her own investment decisions, and MITAANY is not recommending any particular company for investment. All investments in entrepreneurial companies involve a high degree of risk, and investors should be able to bear the risk of complete financial loss. The choice to use and the manner of utilization of information and knowledge gained through MITAANY are each member's individual and personal choice. No guidance shall be given, nor shall any person affiliated with MITAANY (or MITAANY itself) be responsible for an individual member's use of the information, investment decision, or the results of any investment. MITAANY does not conduct any investigation to verify the factual information submitted to potential investors by individual entrepreneurs. Hence, MITAANY makes no representations or warranties regarding these companies. Investors must conduct their own due diligence and negotiate the terms of any investment they elect to make.”
Sunday, July 30, 2017 Hiking: Bear Mountain Loop Trail
Come along with MIT NYC community members for a day outing to the Hudson River Valley for a hike in Bear Mountain State Park together.
Jen Gong '08 has kindly volunteered to coordinate the trip and lead the hike. Participants will meet at Port Authority and take the bus upstate (or meet the group at Bear Mountain State Park), hike the Bear Mountain Loop Trail together, then lunch at the Bear Mountain Inn.
Hike: Difficulty level=moderate, 4.1 Miles, 3 hours. Age 12+.
Participants responsible for own transportation and lunch costs. Each alum allowed to bring one guest. Participant waiver as part of registration.
Registration closes Friday, July 28 at midnight
Participants pay their own way for transportation and lunch. No cost to hike.
Tuesday, August 15, 2017 MIT Club of NY Visits Heineken US Headquarters
Join fellow MIT alum on Tuesday, August 15, from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm at Heineken US's newly renovated Headquarters in White Plains, NY. We will have access to the company’s exclusive bar, where we will be able to sample many of Heineken’s beers for the US and other markets. In addition, MIT alumni working in Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) organizations, including Heineken, will share their insights on the use of analytics in the CPG marketplace.
This unique experience combines architecture, science, networking, and beer (and food!)–-a terrific combination for an August evening. Heineken’s US headquarters is centrally located in White Plains–-readily accessible from NYC, Westchester, and surrounding areas, and is walkable from the White Plains Metro-North train station.
Location: Heineken US Headquarters, 360 Hamilton Avenue, White Plains, NY 10601
Patron Members: Free | Patron Members can register one guest at $20 each.
Club Members: $20 | Club Members can register one guest at $20 each.
MIT Alumni: $35 | MIT alumni can register one guest at $35 each.
Sunday, August 27, 2017 Free Kayaking: Downtown Boathouse at Pier 26
Come along with MIT NYC community members to the Downtown Boathouse at Pier 26 on the West Side for free kayaking together.
We will meet at 9 am on a Sunday morning at Pier 26. The boat house opens at 9 am and does not take any reservations, so we plan to meet then to be able to get on the water at approximately the same time. We plan to be on the water for about two hours, weather permitting.
Participants will be required to sign a waiver for the Downtown Boathouse organization when they arrive on site in addition to the Club's registration waiver. There are lockers and changing rooms at the boathouse. Please bring your own locks. You must know how to swim to join this trip.
Registration closes Thursday, August 24, at midnight
MIT alumni can register one guest each and must sign a waiver as part of registration.
Jen Gong ‘08 will coordinate and lead the outing.