Things to do in New York City

Welcome to Meet Me There Events. Your one stop calendar for fun and exciting events. We plan, organize and host a combination of Networking and social events. Something for everyone. Below you will see a sample calendar of past and upcoming events. We are always updating our events calendar with new, fun and exciting things to do as a group. 

At our events, there is always a host for you to check in with. Our host will go out of their way to make your participation as enjoyable as possible.

So feel free to take a look around. Please remember, for complete event details, membership is required. Thanks for visiting and join now so you can start having more fun today!

Know Where the Fun is in New York City

Looking for fun things to do in New York City? Meet Me There Events is exactly where you should be. With activities ranging from roller skating to beach parties, our calendar has plenty of excitement for you. Have a look!

Upcoming events

    • 27 Mar 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Online webinar meeting. Scheduled with you in advance


    I need your input. can you spare 20 minutes? In return for your time you will be given a FREE VIP membership. Please read details. This is not the actual date but, just a posting.  We are looking for 

    • Board of advisors
    • Event hosts
    • S.E.O. experts
    • Bloggers
    • Account managers

    This is done as a live webinar and can be done any time or day that works for you. From the convenience of your home. We schedule a day and time and then I e-mail you instructions. So, RSVP'ing is a two step process. RSVP here and then e-mail me so we can set up a time. No, I'm not selling Amway or going to ask you to buy anything. I'll simply be talking about the direction and plan for Meet Me There Events.

    Here, I hope to Gain input and advice you may have to offer.

    Get constructive feedback on how effective this presentation is and did it clearly express the business objectives.

    Network with those of you who may be able to bring something to the table.

    Learn from your input so I may adjust the presentation and adapt to any great new ideas

    The presentation is about 20 minutes long. There, I will show in detail the concept, the current revenue and how I plan to proceed. 

    20 minutes of your time could turn you in to one of the people on

    I am looking for investors, co-founders and partners. If you think might be interested in being a part of something big, keep reading

    For a few years I have run this company as a test. to see if there is a need and a want. There is. Once I realized there was a huge market, I hired an

    attorney, filed with the S.E.C and started raising investment. All with the intention of creating the next big thing in social networking while creating a profitable return for it’s founders. But investment is not all I need. I need partners, advisers and other specific professionals that can bring something to the table in exchange for shares.

    you've ever faithfully watched a company go from small start-up to booming public success, you may have wondered if you could have gotten in on the action in the early stages, when you were one of just a few who knew it would do great things.

    More often than not, it's the angel investors that get in early — the wealthy, early-stage investors that bet on a start-up in exchange for ownership or convertible debt.

    For the average investor, this may not have seemed like an option. After all, in order to make a significant enough investment in the early stages, a decent sum of money is required. But, not always. Sometimes it can be as little as you contribute yearly to your Roth IRA

    Startup investing can be rewarding both financially and personally. By investing in a startup you are contributing to job creation and capital formation. The influence of entrepreneurs has shaped the U.S. since before its founding and the contribution with such innovation its absolutely immeasurable.

    Even though picking winners is not an easy game, making a home run by investing in startups means that the returns could yield between 5x to 100 times returns on the initial investment. However, it is crucial to conduct the appropriate due diligence on the business, market, competitive landscape and founding members to mitigate against risk.

    To put it in perspective:

    An investment of $1,000 in Facebook in 2005 would today be worth approximately $624,500; a 62,450% ROI. Check out

    $1,000 in Airbnb in 2009 would today be worth approximately $589,667

    So, if you ever thought you'd like to be an early stage investor without having to come up with the idea, run or manage the business and simply sit back and watch it's growth while your value goes up, then we need to talk

    Please e-mail for more info. 15 minutes of your time could turn you in to one of the people on

    How investors turned a few dollars into millions

    Barbara Corcoran: Here's How I Turned $1,000 Into $70 Million

    Barbara Corcoran held 22 different jobs before she got fed up with taking orders. So, she decided to be her own boss and started a real estate business called The Corcoran Group. Even though Corcoran had no experience whatsoever in real estate, she really did not want to work under anyone else's reign. "I didn't even care what I was going to do for a living," Corcoran tells us. "I just wanted to have my own thing." To get the business off the ground, Corcoran's boyfriend gave her $1,000 and she had to borrow a real estate license from a "shady attorney." Decades later, Barbara Corcoran would sell The Corcoran Group for $70 million.

    Kim Lavine

    started making microwavable pillows as gifts for her kids’ teachers in 2001, assembling them at her kitchen table in Grand Haven, Mich., using a corn kernel filling. Around the same time, her husband lost his job, prompting her to consider turning her pastime into a source of income.

    She went from selling pillows out of her truck to setting up mall kiosks and incorporating her company, Green Daisy, in 2002. Within two years, Lavine’s Wuvit pillow was in national chains, including Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s and Bed Bath & Beyond, and by 2006, it generated more than $1 million in sales.

    Sara Blakely Spanx

    Blakely joined local stationery company Danka, and began selling fax machines door-to-door.In the heat and humidity of Florida, she tried unsuccessfully to find pantyhose that didn't have seamed toes, and that didn't roll up the leg when she cut them. Investing her life-savings of $5,000 she  moved to Atlanta. In 2000 she launched the Spanx brand from her home, undertaking all initial calls and marketing herself across North America. The Spanx company and brand are now valued at more than $1 billion.

    Jill Blashack Strahan - Tastefully Simple

    Blashack Strahan started her gourmet food company with $6,000 in savings, a backyard shed for storage, and a pool table as a packing station.

    In her own words: “I remember sitting outside one day, thinking we were three months behind on our house payment, I had two employees I couldn't pay, and I ought to get a real job. But then I thought, No, this is your dream. Recommit and get to work.”

    She had the idea to sell at taste-testing parties, and sales began slowly picking up. In 12 years, Tastefully Simple has grown into a $120 million dollar business. 

Past events

12 Mar 2019 VIP Dinner night
24 Feb 2019 Sunday night meet and greet.
21 Feb 2019 Sample: Wine tasting social mixer
16 Feb 2019 Rotating Lunch. Meet new friends
15 Feb 2019 Learn to salsa party.
13 Feb 2019 Movie and conversation
02 Feb 2019 Sample: Urban bike ride/roller skating get together.
09 Jan 2019 Sample: Face to Face Speed Networking.
07 Jan 2019 Stand up Speed Networking
05 Jan 2019 Speed Friending in the park. The art of conversation.
03 Jan 2019 Sample: Networking dinner. A free networking event
29 Dec 2018 Sample: The, " I need a wingman/woman" ice breaker
20 Dec 2018 Exclusive Power networking. Red carpet event
19 Dec 2018 Investing in a start up. Rewarding without doing the work. Webinar, get a free VIP membership
15 Dec 2018 Sample: Let's talk. The friends forum
21 Oct 2018 Private Indoor Skydiving Session with Class
11 Oct 2018 Scavenger Hunt Express (1 hour) Win $150
26 Aug 2018 Sunset Yacht cruise
05 Aug 2018 Grand Central History Tour and Happy Hour
22 Jul 2018 Central Park tour and picnic
10 Jul 2018 Abandon your website now. For business to survive. watch video
06 Jun 2018 Introduction to Bouldering
02 Jun 2018 Rotating Lunch. Meet new friends
29 Apr 2018 Let's talk. The friends forum
27 Apr 2018 Sample: Scavenger Hunt. A meet & mingle mixer.
26 Apr 2018 Hockey! New York Rangers
22 Apr 2018 Rooftop Sunday Fun-day Party (Drink Specials, Ice Breakers, & More!
15 Mar 2018 Sample: Bowling night social mixer and best shirt contest
10 Mar 2018 Speed Friending in the park
01 Mar 2018 Dinner with friends
23 Jan 2018 Funding and small business loans
16 Dec 2017 Comedy Night at the Improv
15 Dec 2017 Friday night dance party/Member Meet & greet.
08 Dec 2017 The, " I need a wingman/woman" ice breaker
08 Dec 2017 After work networking & social mixer
02 Dec 2017 Bowling night social mixer and best shirt contest
05 Nov 2017 Sample: Co-ed Cardio Soccer kick around. Just for fun
08 Oct 2017 Co-ed Cardio Soccer kick around. Just for fun
25 Jul 2017 After work Power Networking NYC
26 Apr 2017 Sample: Exclusive Power networking. Red carpet event
26 Oct 2016 Sample: Movie and conversation
25 Oct 2016 Sample: The, " I need a wingman/woman" ice breaker
21 Oct 2016 Sample: Sexy Social mixer and Scavenger hunt. FREE VIP event.
12 Dec 2015 Sample: Let's talk. The friends forum
12 Sep 2015 Punta Cana group get away
03 Sep 2014 Facebook Marketing secrets webinar
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