Tuesday, November 05, 2002

TCS Intro ~ 11/5/2002


NEW YORK November 5, 2002

This Week
Publisher's Note
Where Has All The Money Gone? (VCs need not apply)
Good Times
Behind the Scene at the International EMMAs ~ by Tery Spataro
What we can learn from each other - Swedish American Biotech event
ETA: Now for Drama
Regular Features
Shakers & Stirrers
Bits & Bytes
"The Cyber Scene" is published weekly. Subscriptions are free.
Calendar of Events Cocktails With Courtney
The Cyber Scene (html) The Cyber Scene (text)
Calendar of Events
Our calendar of select industry events is a must-have companion to the weekly newsletter that covers them after the fact.

Upcoming Events

Olive Seminars on Personal Branding - coming this Fall in New York and San Francisco
** NYNMA's Technology Showcase
November 7
Exhibit Floor Hours: 4-5PM NYNMA Members Only. 5-8PM Open to General Public
Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street (between 6th & 7th Avenues), NYC

Like many good things in life, NYNMA's Super CyberSuds had evolved and undergone a re-branding. Last year's Super CyberSuds is now the Technology Showcase and you won't want to miss this one.
Meet "NYNMA's Top Technology 2002" winners and "NYNMA's Technology to Watch 2003" exhibitors. Focus will be on Business Connections, Market Intelligence and NY Opportunities. Following in the steps of Super CyberSuds from 4-8pm, the Showcase presents the companies and people who are succceeding today. With the Showcase, we've added two innovation business connections events: Matchpoint and Fortune 1000 Face2Face to ensure you meet other attendees who will help you achieve your goals.



Seasons change and with them come change in life. While we've been having a good long run as a weekly newsletter, this writer is beginning to focus on new directions and avenues for her talents. Not willing to give up my beloved and not wanting to disappoint the thousands of readers, we will continue to publish, but on a monthly schedule. We view our publication as a trusted resource that people anticipate receiving. And because we're all being bombarded with spam at an unprecedented rate, and because we don't want to be treated the same way (i.e. to be deleted), we're hoping our limited schedule will keep us with your other "favorites."
By all means, please send us your announcements and event listings. The Calendar will continue on a bi-weekly basis and we'll still be covering the events you want to know about.
In the meantime, enjoy Election Day! Get out and VOTE!
~ Courtney