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Apply now for TechCrunch Include Office Hours with Betaworks in New York

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TechCrunch Include Workplace Hours are back and will take location in New York on January 25th from 3-5 p.m. Betaworks partner Matt Hartman will be hosting personal feedback sessions for startups. For an opportunity to get involved, apply here. In 2014 TechCrunch started Include, our variety program designed to offer opportunities for underrepresented groups in tech to get to networks, investors, and resources.

Monthly, TC partners with a VC company to host Workplace Hours to assist founders build their networks and get strong advice from knowledgeable investors.

Underrepresented groups in tech consist of, but are not restricted to, women, African-Americans, Native Americans, Latinos, veterans, LGBTQ, and individuals with specials needs.

Betaworks is a start-up studio and equity capital fund focusing on building and investing at in engineering and design driven customer technology products.

Betaworks partner Matt Hartman has led investments in over 30 business, consisting of Remote Year, Gimlet Media, Item Hunt, and as well as co-founded its bootcamp accelerator.

Prior to Betaworks, Matt constructed the technology platform Trammell Crow Business (gotten by CBRE), joined Hot Potato (gotten by Facebook), and developed ReferBoost (certified to You can listen to Matt's podcast about rewarding, non-VC backed companies at

If you are a VC company interested in taking part in the Include Workplace Hours Program, e-mail [email protected]!.?.!

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