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Synapse Summit 2020 volunteer informational meeting: Tuesday, January 7th at Brick House

Banner: Synapse Volunteer Informational Meeting - January 7, 2020 @ Brick House Tavern + Tap, 6 - 8 p.m.

Are you looking for a chance to attend a big tech event, get some serious networking done, and help make Tampa Bay’s tech scene even better? You might want to volunteer at Synapse Summit 2020! They’re holding a volunteer informational meeting this Tuesday, January 7th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Brick House Tavern + Tap.

Photo: The Synapse Summit 2019 exhibitor floor on center ice at Amalie Arena.

The Synapse Summit is Tampa Bay’s largest annual technology and entrepreneurship gathering, bringing together “makers, hackers, thinkers, and doers” from not just the Tampa Bay area and Florida, but the world. Held in Amalie Arena, it brings in thousands of attendees to see keynotes from industry leaders, sessions and panels covering important tech and business topics, and network with the bright lights of Tampa’s growing tech ecosystem. The 2020 Synapse Summit takes place on Tuesday, February 11 and Wednesday, February 12, and general admission tickets are $300 (students, active military, first responders, and government officials can attend for a special deeply-discounted price: $50).

2020 will mark the third time that the Synapse Summit has taken place. It’s organized by Synapse Florida, a non-profit organization whose focus is on boosting Florida’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Photo: The front exterior of Brick House Tavern + Tap in Tampa.

Volunteers are a key part of Synapse Summit’s success. As they say on the upcoming meeting’s Eventbrite page:

[Volunteering at Synapse] is a wonderful opportunity to fine tune your skills, network and meet great people and give back and feel good.

We need volunteers for all areas. Regardless of your skills, we can use your help. Come out on 1/7/20 for our volunteer informational meeting being held at Brick House. We want to answer any and all questions you may have.

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