Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Three New OpenCoffee Clubs and more planned

OpenCoffee Club keep spreading and this week there are three new and really exciting locations opening up.

Nicholas Butterworth, the man behind Sonicnet and the first incarnation of MTVi is going to be hosting New York's OpenCoffee Club - it should draw a great crowd together and hopefully will turn into a superb hub.

Jason Mendelson and Brad Feld from Mobius are opening up Boulder's OpenCoffee Club. These are the guys behind and are two of the most prolific and productive VC bloggers online - it should be a great event.

The very cool Lundkenner crew have kicked off OpenCoffee Club in Copenhagen with Mark Sonne Kharazmi taking the lead. Morton was an early influencer in Skype and these guys have a great attitude and a seriously creative spirit - so if you're ever in Copenhagen, don't miss out.

This week, I've also heard plans for OpenCoffee Clubs in Johannesburg, Cape Town, Pittsburgh, Sao Paolo and Sydney.

The community at is also growing fast - it's nearly at 200 now - so join in online or at one of the 20 or so cities hosting events weekly.

This Thursday I'm in France on a week's break so I'll be missing the London event, but if last week was anything to go by there'll be an excellent blend of entrepreneurs, investors and developers. See you next week in London.

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At 4/06/2007 04:04:00 pm, Blogger Unknown said...

Hello Saul,
Being in France, do we have any chance to see you Thursday at Paris OpenCoffee ?


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