Triangle headliners: Previewing 71 local events & program deadlines this month – WRAL Tech Wire

WRAL TechWire keeps tabs on the latest and greatest meetups, panels, workshops, conferences, application deadlines and all things happening in the North Carolina startup/tech world. The Headliners is a multi-part weekly roundup of upcoming events to add to your calendar.

Below is a list of June events in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and the greater Triangle area. To find out whats happening this month in cities outside of the Triangle, check out part two of the Headliners column. Another post highlights events in July. Meetups that occur regularly are listed here.

If youd like your event to be included, feel free to send me an email.

Also, check out a full range of events on TechWires interactive calendar, along with our comprehensive resource guide for startups in the Triangle.

Note: The following list is our lineup of Triangle events through the end of Junemost have been switched to a virtual format due to COVID-19 social distancing requirements.

Join Zendesk and NC TECH for a virtual workshop to hear how your organization can improve its customer experience (CX) strategy.

Presented by Gig East and Fierce Female Founders and sponsored by NC IDEA, this four-week virtual program exposes participants to entrepreneurial thinking, which will help them to develop the skills and behaviors needed to succeed.

NC4ME (North Carolina for Military Employment) is hosting a virtual hiring event where veterans, transitioning service members, guard/reserves and military spouses can meet face-to-face with hiring managers and recruiters in the life sciences industry.

The North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association is hosting a monthly webinar serieswith local and national experts covering clean energy trends.

Triangle Biotech Tuesday is a monthly meetup that connects scientific professionals across the RTP/greater Triangle area. Join for food, drinks and networking with professionals from different industries. The group meets on the second Tuesday of every month.

Code for Durham brings together technologists, designers, developers, data scientists, map makers and activists to collaborate on civic technology projects. Meetings are held every two weeks on Tuesdays. Pizza will be provided.

The Small Business and Technology Development Center is hosting a four-week business development program for entrepreneurs that are ready to take their ideas to the next level by getting their business up and running. Classes are held every Tuesday from June 2-23.

1 Million Cups, presented by Kauffman, is a weekly informal pitch event for the startup community. Join for free coffee and entrepreneurial support as local startups deliver their presentations.

The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina is hosting a summer-long webinar series covering topics of interest to businesses seeking the latest information on exports and the global trade landscape. This webinar will cover the many trade opportunities in Singapore, particularly involving health care, medical devices and aerospace.

In this webinar hosted by RTI, participants will learn about how to use strategic forecasting tools to gain insight into post-pandemic consumer behavior.

In this webinar, Connected Devices LLC Founder and CEO Steven Warwick will discuss the FCCs recent ruling involving the deployment of private cellular systems that can be owned and operated by private entities.

NC TECH is hosting a talk with IBM VP and Chief Data Officer Tim Humphrey, who will share how IBM is shifting its priorities towards community engagement and supporting businesses and organizations. (This webinar is free for NC TECH members and $25 for non-members.)

Leadership Raleigh is a leadership development program run by the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. Applications for the next cohort are due on August 14. Join this virtual information session to hear from Leadership Raleigh alumni about their experience.

Presented by Gig East and Fierce Female Founders and sponsored by NC IDEA, this four-week virtual program exposes participants to entrepreneurial thinking, which will help them to develop the skills and behaviors needed to succeed.

The City of Raleigh is hosting a webinar with local leaders and business owners discussing new policies under the states phase two reopening plan.

UNCs Frank Hawkins Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise is hosting a webinar on quantum computing and its applications in the financial services sector.

For this session of On The Menu, Frontier RTP will host Cloud Giants Director of Business Sara Abernathy for a webinar on building and communicating your value proposition.

UNCs Entrepreneurship Center is hosting a webinar with three investors speaking about how theyre working with companies during the COVID-19 pandemic.

ProductCampRTP is hosting an online conference spread across four weeks in June and July. The series is aimed towards product professionals worldwide. Join to hear talks from global experts. (More TechWire coverage here.)

Capitol Broadcasting Company and WRAL are hosting a webinar series featuring local industry experts and business owners. Each week brings a new topic relevant to businesses in the Triangle. More coverage here.

The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina is hosting a summer-long webinar series covering topics of interest to businesses seeking the latest information on exports and the global trade landscape. This webinar will cover trade compliance under the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement.

The Triangles CompTIA-AITP chapter is hosting a virtual discussion on remote working during and after the pandemic, led by Nick Otto, IT leader at Kimley-Horn.

The North Carolina Chamber is turning its annual Diversity and Inclusion Conference into a virtual program this year. Join to hear talks on how to create an inclusive culture in the workplace.

The ASSIST Center and DHIT Global are hosting a free webinar on remote cardiac monitoring, featuring Dr. Bryon Boulton of WakeMeds Structural Heart Program, Marc Saab of BML Technology and Dr. James Dieffenderfer of ASSIST.

Boxyard RTP is hosting a drive-thru marketplace where eight Boxyard businesses will sell their products, food and beverages to customers as they drive by in their cars. (More TechWire coverage here.)

In this free workshop, participants will learn how to adopt and apply the entrepreneurial mindset in their lives.

This weekly meetup brings together developers, IT professionals and tech enthusiasts who are interested in the Google Cloud Platform.

At Raleigh Chamber of Commerces next Business After Hours, members will be divided randomly into virtual breakout rooms to network and share ideas. (This is a members-only event.)

This grant program will provide funding of up to $50,000 for medicine and engineering faculty-led projects focused on improving human health. More TechWire coverage here. (NOTE: The application deadline has been extended to June 15 to give faculty members who wish to submit a proposal the time to do so while safely reopening their labs over the next couple of weeks.)

The Small Business and Technology Development Center is hosting a four-week business development program for entrepreneurs that are ready to take their ideas to the next level by getting their business up and running. Classes are held every Tuesday from June 2-23.

Join the Code for Chapel Hill meetup to network with like-minded individuals and work on civic hacking projects. Meetings are held every two weeks on Tuesdays.

For the next free webinar in Raleigh Chambers Black Business Momentum series, Innovation & Entrepreneurship Center Director Germaine McIver-Cherry will show participants how to use Google My Business to boost their reach to prospective and existing customers.

SASs Global Forum is going virtual on May 19 and June 16. In the two-part event, SAS users will get access to training, tools and resources. More TechWire coverage here.

1 Million Cups, presented by Kauffman, is a weekly informal pitch event for the startup community. Join for free coffee and entrepreneurial support as local startups deliver their presentations.

The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina is hosting a summer-long webinar series covering topics of interest to businesses seeking the latest information on exports and the global trade landscape. This webinar will cover trade opportunities for North Carolina companies in Mexico.

NC TECH is hosting a virtual workshop covering how to manage remote access for employees while also considering the legal and regulatory obligations associated with a remote workforce.

In this virtual lunch and learn, DNA Group Solution Manager Tim Sweet will share trends and insights into sensor technologies.

Grow With Google is hosting regularly scheduled webinars for North Carolina-based small businesses. Sessions are led by Latesha Byrd, founder and CEO of Byrd Career Consulting. Every webinar covers a different topic relevant to local businesses.

ProductCampRTP is hosting an online conference spread across four weeks in June and July. The series is aimed towards product professionals worldwide. Join to hear talks from global experts. (More TechWire coverage here.)

Capitol Broadcasting Company and WRAL are hosting a webinar series featuring local industry experts and business owners. Each week brings a new topic relevant to businesses in the Triangle. More coverage here.

The NC Clean Energy Technology Center and the Sierra Club are hosting a free webinar on local fleet electrification efforts.

NC TECH is hosting a talk with Lenovo President for North America Matt Zielinski, who will discuss how the company is navigating the impacts of COVID-19.

This virtual networking event aims to celebrate the black business community, bringing together local professionals who share a commitment to diversity and inclusion.

RTP180 is back with another event, this time covering architecture in North Carolina, from historical buildings to small space designs to the RTP landscape and beyond.

This free virtual hiring event will engage interns and professionals in the Triangle. The keynote speaker is Leigh-Kathryn Bonner, founder and CEO of Bee Downtown.

This free bi-monthly event offers a space for local tech professionals to build connections and find potential job opportunities.

This weekly meetup brings together developers, IT professionals and tech enthusiasts who are interested in the Google Cloud Platform.

This monthly webinar series hosts a global health professional who will share insights and advice for advancing your career.

Led by The Storytelling Companion podcast host Chris Thiede, this workshop will teach participants how storytelling can help them connect with their audience.

NC TECHs Diversity + Inclusion Summit will bring together C-level executives, D + I professionals and organizational leaders to discuss the benefits of a diverse workplace.

The North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association is hosting a monthly webinar serieswith local and national experts covering clean energy trends.

Join Cary Chamber of Commerce for an evening social event with Wake County elected officials.

Code for Durham brings together technologists, designers, developers, data scientists, map makers and activists to collaborate on civic technology projects. Meetings are held every two weeks on Tuesdays. Pizza will be provided.

The Small Business and Technology Development Center is hosting a four-week business development program for entrepreneurs that are ready to take their ideas to the next level by getting their business up and running. Classes are held every Tuesday from June 2-23.

In this virtual session, IT leaders at NC TECH member companies will discuss relevant topics and best practices in their field.

This online meeting will convene CISOs, VPs and director-level security leaders from NC TECH member companies.

1 Million Cups, presented by Kauffman, is a weekly informal pitch event for the startup community. Join for free coffee and entrepreneurial support as local startups deliver their presentations.

NC4ME (North Carolina for Military Employment) is hosting a virtual hiring event where job seekers can meet face-to-face with hiring managers and recruiters.

In this four-week virtual summit series, Raleigh Chamber will cover a range of topics relevant to the local business community, from COVID-19s impact on the economy to economic mobility, talent and other topics.

The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina is hosting a summer-long webinar series covering topics of interest to businesses seeking the latest information on exports and the global trade landscape. This webinar will cover trade opportunities for North Carolina companies in Canada.

In this lunch and learn, Agustin Pelez and Cristina Botero of Ubidots will discuss how solopreneurs around the world are using IoT technologies for their business.

Grow With Google is hosting regularly scheduled webinars for North Carolina-based small businesses. Sessions are led by Latesha Byrd, founder and CEO of Byrd Career Consulting. Every webinar covers a different topic relevant to local businesses.

The Council for Entrepreneurial Development is hosting a virtual event presenting the organizations 2019 Innovators Report. Learn about last years successes within the local startup community.

ProductCampRTP is hosting an online conference spread across four weeks in June and July. The series is aimed towards product professionals worldwide. Join to hear talks from global experts. (More TechWire coverage here.)

Capitol Broadcasting Company and WRAL are hosting a webinar series featuring local industry experts and business owners. Each week brings a new topic relevant to businesses in the Triangle. More coverage here.

Wake Technical Community College is hosting a virtual event series featuring experts sharing their insights on the role of technology in solving problems during the COVID-19 pandemic.

This weekly meetup brings together developers, IT professionals and tech enthusiasts who are interested in the Google Cloud Platform.

The 12-week RIoT Accelerator Program connects early-stage IoT startups with an industry consortium of more than 80 companies to learn, partner and bring your product to market. The fall 2020 cohort will run from August 24 to November 13 in Raleigh.

Raleigh Chambers first virtual Courageous Conversation will feature Opal Tometi, co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter, along with other panelists discussing how companies can have honest conversations about race that lead to positive change.

Join the Code for Chapel Hill meetup to network with like-minded individuals and work on civic hacking projects. Meetings are held every two weeks on Tuesdays.

Bring your ideas and opinions to the next Midtown Techies meetup. Events are held on the last Tuesday of every month.

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