WDCEP Hosts DC Week Events

The WDCEP is excited to host three events this week as part of DC Week, a week-long festival in the District focusing on bringing together designers, developers, entrepreneurs, and social innovators of all kinds. DC Week features a series of over 100 distributed events powered by the community and complimented by core conferences, parties, and projects created by the festival organizers, iStrategyLabs and Tech Cocktail. Past D.C. Weeks have attracted over 10,000 attendees from all around the world.

The following DC Week events will take place at the Washington, DC Economic Partnership on Wednesday, November 7th:

Hispanic Marketing 3.0: How to reach and engage the Social and Mobile Hispanic Consumer
(A Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Event)
Wednesday, November 7, 2012, 12:30pm – 2:30pm
• Understand top trends around the use of social media and mobile phones by Hispanic consumers.
• Learn what is working to effectively reach Hispanics via social and mobile marketing.
• Hear about specific case studies, strategies and tactics for marketing to the highly social and mobile Hispanic consumers.
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Microsoft Presents Newly Released Surface Tablet and Small Business Software Solutions
Microsoft will be displaying the new Surface tablet and software to keep your business productive and mobile in the lobby of the Washington, DC Economic Partnership from 5:00pm-6:00pm.

Food + Tech Session
Wednesday November 7, 2012, 6:00pm – 7:30pm
Calling all foodies, techies and innovators! This session brings three local startups together that are tackling technology in the food industry for a delectable + geeky exchange. Learn how these entrepreneurs are transforming the B2B and B2C markets with new solutions and more efficient approaches to increasing revenue and lowering food costs. One of the coolest sessions during DC Week, the panel will tell all about their experience in this space and welcomes questions from those interested in this new frontier.
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