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Wednesday November 20, 2013
Startup nerds take the stage.
A TEXT POST

About

Techies Got Talent (TGT) aims to reveal those hidden talents that we don’t often know exist in Boston’s startup community. 10 acts will take the stage to impress their audience and, more importantly, the 3 startup “celebrity” judges, American Idol style. Who will take home the TGT crown??

Check out Bostinno’s recap of last year’s event:

http://bostinno.streetwise.co/2012/11/30/techies-got-talent-photos-and-video-from-techies-got-talent/

We’re thrilled to be donating all proceeds to a TUGG portfolio non-profit, Music & Youth, to help them with their mission in making music accessible to youth in underserved urban communities.                             

Date: Wednesday Nov. 20th

Time: Doors @ 6:30, show starts promptly at 7!

Place: Hard Rock Cafe Boston

Connect: Follow on Twitter  #TGT13
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Organized by:

Kelly Rice, Content Marketing Manager @ Kinvey

Harvey Simmons, Dean of Marketing Affairs @ Evertrue

Kelly McDonald, Director of Charity Partnerships @ Fashion Project

Matt DiStefano, Customer Support Specialist @ The Grommet

About TUGG

TUGG is dedicated to catalyzing and spreading social entrepreneurship in New England. By harnessing the power of the region’s technology ecosystem to source, screen and fund social innovation, TUGG helps young people to realize their full potential through entrepreneurship, education and life experiences. TUGG empowers both the individual and the community to identify important issues and collaborate to solve them.

About Music & Youth

Music & Youth Initiative™ develops and funds after-school music education and enrichment programs. Our Music Clubhouse and Studio Clubhouse Programs give young people in underserved urban communities the opportunity to build self-confidence and interpersonal skills while fostering an appreciation of music. Learn more at http://www.musicandyouth.org/