Women in Wireless New York Holiday Party 2015


Dec. 1 2015, Published 7:00 p.m. ET

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COST: $20.00

VENUE: The Headless Horseman

ADDRESS: 119 East 15th Street New York, NY 10003

Join Women in Wireless for an unforgettable holiday party on December 2nd from 6-8 PM at The Headless Horsemen 119 East 15th Street, New York, NY 10003.

They'll have an open bar, light appetizers, and a fun-filled raffle. Raffle prizes provided by the NHL, Lululemon, Sonata, Flywheel, Nuestar, and Blue Apron. Most importantly, you'll get to network with the best and brightest of the wireless community in NYC.

The holiday party is open to all genders.

This event is generously sponsored by Innovid. The event is beneffiting Women in Need.

About Innovid: 

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Innovid is the world’s leading video platform, empowering advertisers to create, deliver and measure the most innovative video experiences on any device and media outlet, while increasing scale, efficacy and ROI. With offices in NYC, Los Angeles, Chicago, London, Tel-Aviv, and Sydney, Innovid has become known for its outstanding team.

Innovid is currently hiring digital and video rockstars in marketing, product, sales, R&D and client services. They will have a team on site to talk to potential candidates about opportunities

About Women in Need:

Women in Need transforms the lives of New York City homeless women and their children by providing a holistic solution of safe housing, critical services and ground-breaking programs they need to succeed on their own — so the women can regain their independence and their children can look forward to a brighter future.

About Women in Wireless: 

The mission of the New York chapter of Women in Wireless is to empower, connect, and inspire female leaders in mobile and digital in New York. Run by 60+ volunteers, the non-profit Women in Wireless has 12000+ members globally across 10 chapters.

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