Louisville is one of Global Entrepreneur Week’s 11 “Startup Cities.” Other cities on the list include Albuquerque, N.M.; Washington, D.C.; Austin, Texas; and San Juan, Puerto Rico. These are places the organization is celebrating because of their city-wide culture of support for startups.

Next week is Global Entrepreneur Week, so we thought we’d run down the list of planned events. We’ve told you about most of them already, but here they are in one place courtesy of EnterpriseCorp.

Open Coffee: How to Work with Freelance Designers/Developers
Monday, Nov. 16, 8-9 a.m.
iHub, 204 S. Floyd St.

One of the biggest requests from entrepreneurs is how to find freelance designers and developers for everything from creating a basic website to their first MVP. Join a panel of freelance designers and developers who will help answer: 1) When do you need a designer vs. a developer vs. both? 2) Where do you find freelancers? 3) What to expect in terms of timeline and cost.
RSVP: No registration required.

iHub Open Co-Working
Tuesday, Nov. 17, 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
iHub, 204 S. Floyd St.

Join fellow entrepreneurs who have selected iHub as their office of choice for building their company. Bring your laptop and join us for a day of free co-working. EnterpriseCorp and Nucleus staff will be on site to answer your questions.
RSVP: No registration required.

Vogt Awards Demo Day
Tuesday, Nov. 17, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The Pointe, 1205 E. Washington St.

Join us for pitch presentations from our five 2015 Vogt Award development grant companies and find out who will be the overall Vogt Awards winner and awarded $100,000. The winner will be interviewed at a private luncheon meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 18, by a journalist with DCI representing The Industry Standard and The Huffington Post.
RSVP: Vogt Awards

Kentucky Entrepreneur Hall of Fame Dinner
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 6-9:30 p.m.
Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center, 1860 Mellwood Ave.

Global Entrepreneurship Week is the supporting sponsor and social media partner of this annual recognition event honoring Kentucky’s most successful entrepreneurs including this year’s inductees: George Garvin Brown, Brown-Forman (posthumously); Phil Greer, Greer Companies; Brad Kelley, Commonwealth Brands Tobacco; James Patterson, Long John Silver’s; and James Thornton, Thornton Oil Corp. Emerging entrepreneur inductees are: Alex Frommeyer, Beam Technologies; and Peter Tower, Magnolia Photo Booth.
RSVP: Hall of Fame

#OpenBeer
Thursday, Nov. 19, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Galaxie Bar, 732 E. Market St.

A celebration with our Startup Louisville community — a virtual hub of all things entrepreneurial in the Louisville region — events, accelerators, work space, funding, hardware and tech groups and connections in support of the innovators, entrepreneurs and startups driving Greater Louisville’s new economy, startuplouisville.com #startuplou
RSVP: No registration required.

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