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March 10, 2008 at 2:48 PM

Startup tidbits: Lunch 2.0 gets game, entrepreneur forum deadline

Scot Baker, a recruiter at Parker Technical, called with an update about the Lunch 2.0 event his company’s hosting at its Chinatown office.

There will be a guest speaker: Big Fish Games VP of technology Laurent de Segur. The 20-year industry veteran previously worked at Electronic Arts, Apple, Expedia and Amazon.com.

Friday’s also the deadline for applications to the Early Stage Investment Forum, a Northwest Entrepreneur Network event taking place May 9 at the convention center in Seattle.

An application costs $88, or $22 for members, and for chosen companies, there’s a $450 presenting fee, or $350 for members. Other details are here.

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