Meet Gwen Tan and Terence Lee of SGEntrepreneurs - tonight! (4/12/12)

TechTalks from Cebu (and Beyond)
Thu, 12 Apr 2012, 11:00 - 13:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , Cebu City, PH

What's up, cool cats? Gwen Tan and Terence Lee of ARE IN TOWN! is an online publisher dedicated to the Singapore and Southeast Asia startup and entrepreneurship scene. Gwen is the Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief at SGE, while Terence is the Assistant Editor (he also co-founded the socio-political humour blog


They've flown in from Singapore to get in touch with what's up in the tech and startup scene here in Cebu, and they're excited to meet awesome people like YOU to talk about tech, startups, and anything under the moon. If you have a startup of your own that you want to talk about, they would love to hear about it. They're also looking to meet potential writers and analysts - they're hiring!

Gwen is also one of the mentors for the upcoming Startup Weekend Cebu, so if any of you will be at SWCebu, it would be cool to meet beforehand. They'll be attending the ON3 Pitching Competition Finals today and are looking forward to hanging out with everyone after dinner.


Take a break from your busy schedule ;) - join us at Giligan's (3rd Floor, The Terraces, Ayala) 7pm for drinks and stay to talk!


WHAT: Meet Gwen Tan and Terence Lee of

WHO: Open to all members of & your friends too ;)

WHERE: Giligan's, 3rd Floor, The Terraces, Ayala Center Cebu

WHEN: 7:00pm onwards - April 12, 2012; Thursday

COST: You pay for your own order(s) :D you're not required to order anything. It's an "after-dinner" kind of thing, though you can eat dinner there if you like :)


Feel free to come and just hang out with everyone - RSVP so we know you're coming.

See you there!

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