I was wondering if we can have an Open House / Rodinhoods Meet in Bangalore in September 2012.
I presume that Alok is speaking at the Ad:Tech event to be held in Sheraton Bangalore on 27th September, and that is when I propose this meet as well either on 26th or 28th Sept, depending upon Alok's availability.
Also, would like to connect with fellow Rodinhoods in Bangalore, and see if we can arrange a nice place.
Ok, let me see
I had an open offer by Silicon Valley Bank to use their offices.
Is there a volunteer here who can be my contact point?
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Alok, I happen to live within the Sheraton complex, next to the World Trade Centre.
I can volunteer to be your contact point, unless there are more people from Bangalore who can join in.
I have sent you an email, Alok !
I have been trying to find a venue for regular monthly meets and yesterday, one of my friend, who runs a Distribution company, has agreed to share his office on 2nd Friday of every month for Rodinhood meets at BTM.
Being one of the business person, he can also add a lot of value and has agreed to help the rodinhooders with guest speakers and sessions as feasible.
Puneet -Lets work to get the Bangalore chapter rolling now!!!
Deepak, that is good to hear. Look forward to talking to you in the evening
puneet - deepak here is also very keen on initiating rodinhooder meet ups - can you pls connect with him?
and amit thaker also tried something a while ago -
i am in..lets bring in more people
Soneeta, I am relatively new to Bangalore, so if you know more Rodinhooders in Bangalore, invite them to this thread please....
Also, if you could suggest alternate venues.
One venue that I have proposed is Berries and Barrels Cafe , 1-minute walk from Hotel Sheraton, within the same Brigade Gateway complex.
how big a place do u needfor this..like how many seatings?
can anybody check the "cool joint" in jaya nagar. generally lot of press meets are organised there
I think a central Bangalore location would suit all of us. Jayanagar might seem a little far for many of us. Any place which can hold about 50-100 people should be good enough.