Mixer tonight!

October 14, 2008 by Dave Haynes

When this was organized, we decided every second Tuesday of the month made sense.

We didn’t bake in that the Canuck prime minister would decide to call a snap election for the second Tuesday in October. So the latest meet-up of the Toronto and area industry is tonight, as the country votes on whether it wants to install a majoority government or continue for some indeterminate time with another minority coalition government. For those outside our borders I will say only that the abbreviated campaign has largely been a yawn-fest, containing very little of endlessly crazy twists and turns of the US presidential race.

The mixer tonight starts at 6:30 or so, on the upper level, at the back by the wine cellar, at Six Steps Restaurant in downtown Toronto. We’ve had a few now at this place and if they treat us nice, we’ll call it home. The plan remains for every second Tuesday of the month.

The event is now being organized by the folks at Ingram Micro. Last month, Dmitry Sokolov from Ingram helped out with the tab. This time around, the event is being hosted and helped along by Paul De Maio and the good folks at Internet Connectivity Group, which has cool technology that delivers solid video wirelessly. 

As always, for the unitiated, these events are entirely informal ways for the industry to get together to catch up, swap ideas and trade business cards. There was a good crowd at thge last event and we hope to build on that every month.

See you there. 


Six Steps Restaurant & Lounge
55 Colborne Street
T – 416.504.4800
F – 416.504.4880


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