Agtech startup hackathon starts Friday
The City of Escondido and Fresh Brewed Tech hosted an agtech startup hackathon, bringing together farmers, technologists, community leaders, engineers and others to better understand agricultural and food system problems and develop solutions. The hackathon runs from Friday to October. 23 In the Collaborative Work Center, 140 N. Escondido Blvd. Come up with an idea and learn how to take it to business; check out the new potential Escondido AgTech incubator; meet and collaborate with some of the region’s agtech entrepreneurs, investors and industry leaders. Tickets for October are free. 23 competitions, $15 for Friday social events from 3-5pm, $99 for the entire weekend hackathon. Find details and tickets at freshbrewedtech.com/san-dieg-agtech-startup-hackathon.
Content creation is the topic of the workshop
“Content Creation Crash Course,” part of the Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce’s Modern Marketing Lunch & Learn Series, will be held on October 11th at 11:30am. 25 at the Fallbrook Regional Health District Community Health and Wellness Center, 1636 E. Mission Road. Bridget Ayers of Big Brain Creative gave a presentation at noon. Free for Chamber members, $25 for non-members. The question and answer session is as follows. Reservations required (760) 728-5845 or email email@example.com.
Work/Life Balance Virtual Workshop
On October 8th at 8 a.m., the North San Diego Chamber of Commerce Emerging Leaders Network Advisory Council hosted a virtual Leadership Academy workshop titled “Navigating Work-Life Balance.” 26. Speakers are Laura Bashore, Founder and Career Coach, Anew Resume and Career Services; and Ph.D. Ross Colt, Medical Director, Gary and Mary West PACE. Free for Chamber members, $25 for guests. Registration required at bit.ly/3MpObQD. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Offers romance editing workshops
The San Diego Professional Editors Network is hosting a virtual seminar Saturday at 10 a.m., “Breaking Into Romance Editing: Dos and Don’ts, Dos and Don’ts, and Everything in Between.” The workshop will be led by Gwyn Jordan, founder of Gold Dust Literary Agency, Gold Dust Editing & Book Reviews and storytelling platform FiBs. Workshop fees are $15 for SD/PEN members and $30 for non-members. Sign up by Friday at bit.ly/3epCcWv. An invoice for payment will be sent to you via a Zoom link.
Brewery hosts event to help with dog rescues
The Second Chance Beer Company in Mount Carmel will host its third annual Murder Mystery Beer Pairing Dinner on October 7th at 7pm. 27. Admission $60 includes four beer tastings, a three-course meal by Chef Joann Customized Catering, and an interactive murder mystery game. This year’s festivities have a pirate theme. Second Chance donates a portion of event sales to San Diego Dog Rescue Animal Pads and Second Chance Dog Rescue. Tickets are available at bit.ly/3RXu2Ck. Second Chance is located at 15378 Avenue of Science, Suite 222, San Diego. Visit secondchancebeer.com.
SCORE offers training seminars
SCORE San Diego Volunteers are experienced entrepreneurs, managers and executives from a variety of industries and professions who assist in small business training workshops. For $25, customers can attend the two- to three-hour workshop in person at SCORE San Diego, 8825 Aero Drive, Suite 102, San Diego or Zoom; a PDF of the presentation; and a link to the final workshop video. Visit sandiego.score.org and click “attend workshop.” Registration deadline is midnight the day before all events. Workshops are held from 9 am to noon unless otherwise stated:
- Wednesday: Small Business Tax Considerations
- Thursday: Intellectual Property: Copyright and Trademarks. This workshop will be live and on Zoom.
- Friday: Business Model Canvas – Develop your business plan. In-person attendance is recommended so you can attend workshop events.
- October 25: (new) restaurant opening
SCORE can provide these and other workshops in full or short form upon request. Email email@example.com.
Interviews with cyber security experts
The San Diego County Credit Union will conduct a live virtual interview with cybersecurity expert Jim Stickley on Wednesday from 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm. This free webinar is open to the public, but virtual seating is limited and reservations are required. To register and learn more, visit sdccu.com/fww. This webinar is part of Financial Wellness Wednesdays, a program hosted by the SDCCU to help the community access free financial wellness information.
Companies invited to sponsor Treat Trail
The Poway Chamber of Commerce invites businesses to sign up for its third annual Halloween treat, October 2-6. 31. This community alternative to the traditional trick-or-treating – which began during the COVID-19 pandemic – lists businesses on the dim sum map/list for the public to enjoy fun and community-oriented no-sugar treats Just use it in the trick-or-treating experience. Please reply bit.ly/3emP6op by October. 23 will be included in the Healing Trail.
Draft Republic’s Oktoberfest Saturday
Draft Republic is inviting everyone to its first Oktoberfest on Saturday, October 22nd at 255 Reddell Road from noon to 3pm. Sample a variety of beers, enjoy food, and enjoy live music and games. Tickets are $45 in advance or $55 at the door at bit.ly/3CVHDGk. For ages 21 and older. Visit cohnrestaurants.com/draftrepublic-sanmarcos.
Chamber of Commerce Offers “Weaving the Web” Seminar
The Vista Chamber of Commerce hosts a lunch and learn program from noon to 1 pm in October. 25 at the Cinema Center, 170 Eucalyptus Avenue. Rachel Beld, CEO of Vista Chamber, will explain “The Heart and Art of Web Weaving,” how it differs from the Web, and why you should start practicing it. Participation is free. Sign up at bit.ly/3EGmTn5.
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