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Digital Rochester plans event Jan. 8

Rochester Business Journal
December 26, 2012

Digital Rochester's monthly networking event is slated for Tuesday evening, Jan. 8.
 
Matthew Hurlbutt, vice president and chief operating officer of Greater Rochester Enterprise Inc., will present on GRE's 2012 highlights and 2013 initiatives. Digital Rochester and GRE last year announced a strategic alliance to support the Rochester business community. The networking session will take place from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Representatives from Rochester-based Superior Group will be at the event to talk about the business. It will be held at Monroe Community College’s Warshof Conference Center. General admission is $5; Digital Rochester supporting members can attend at no cost.

Digital Rochester will also offer a new pre-registration feature for the monthly networking events of 2013. Guests who pre-register online may still pay at the door, but will be entered to win a door prize.

For more information, go to http://digitalrochester.com/.


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