Sprouter takes Sprout Up events for entrepreneurs on the road

If you’re an entrepreneur, you’ve probably heard about Sprouter. If you’re not already on it, you should be. Sprouter is a Toronto based social network that connects entrepreneurs from around the world to network and collaborate within and beyond their community. Check out our recent post on Sprouter here.

Sprouter hosts monthly free Sprout Up events to bring together entrepreneurs in a face to face setting to learn, share and network with others in their community. The events consist of excellent guest speakers, startup presentations and lots of networking and idea sharing. And now, these great events are going on tour. Sprouter recently announced their fall Sprout Up tour which will be taking place in five cities globally through November and December and promise to be just as valuable and exciting as the previous events. Two of the stops, in Montreal and Toronto, are part of Global Entrepreneurship week, and one in London is for the official launch of Gary Vaynerchuk’s new book Crush It!

Here is a listing of dates and cities of the Sprout Up tour. Click on the links for full details and RSVP information.
Sprout Up Montreal
: Tuesday, November 17th at Brutopia from 6-9pm. This is part of Global Entrepreneurship Week. Featuring guest speaker Saul Colt and local startups including SmartHippo.

Sprout Up Toronto: Wednesday, November 18th at The Pilot from 6-9pm. This event is part of Global Entrepreneurship Week. The theme is student entrepreneurship. Featuring guest speaker Matthew Corrin from Freshii. All presenting startups are student entrepreneurs.

Start Up Boston
: Tuesday, November 24th at 28 Degrees from 6-9pm. Featuring guest speaker Saul Colt and local startups (TBA).

Sprout Up Chicago: Wednesday, December 2nd from 6-9pm (location TBA). Guest speaker Saul Colt and local startups GiveForward. 

Sprout Up London: Tuesday December 8th from 6-9pm at the Waterpoet Pub. This will be the UK launch of GaryVee’s book Crush It! Every ticket includes a copy of the book. 


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