Treats, Not Tricks

With Halloween just around the corner, we wanted to share a few upcoming treats in ‘The City That Works.’ From camping stoves to angel investing, prepare yourself for an action-packed autumn!

Co-sponsored by the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network and reSET Social Enterprise Trust, A Night with BioLite will explore the story behind the BioLite Stove with founder Jonathan Ceder on Wednesday, October 30th. Like TOMS Shoes, BioLite Stove makes a positive contribution to the global community, setting aside a percentage of retail proceeds to provide cookstoves and other support to communities around the world. Dinner and drinks included.

On Wednesday, November 11th, Brian Cohen, chairman of NY Angels, will be rockin’ the mic. New York Angels has invested over $53 million in more than 70 early-stage technology companies. Fun fact: Cohen was the first investor in Pinterest and a whole bunch of other neat startups.

Get ready to spread some holiday cheer with Doug Bernstein, founder and CEO of Melissa & Doug, on Wednesday, December 11th. Founded in Westport, Melissa & Doug now creates and sells toys and products for children of all ages.

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