Wednesday Live at the River's Club

Jessica Lee's Jazz Networking Happy Hour

Jessica Lee and Friends Jazz and Women Innovators Panel

Wednesday, November 12, 2014 5:30 to 8 PM
Entertainment by Jessica Lee, Mark Strickland on Guitar and Jay Willis on Sax
Break Time Networking Panel of Women Innovators
Jo Ann Forrester, host of Empress of Biz TalkShow and Author of "The Gift of Holiday Valley"| Tanisha Jackson, Founder at Tanisha Jackson, Entertainment Management| Joanne Quinn-Smith, aka TechnoGranny, Publisher PositivelyPittsburghLiveMagazine.com and co-Author Saris and Soap Operas

Jessica Lee Jazz Networking Happy Hour with Women Innovators

Wednesday, Nov. 12th, 5:30-8:30pm

301 Grant St

Pittsburgh, PA

No Cover.
  • 5:30 to 8 PM
  • Jessica Lee & Friends playing first set,
  • Women Innovators Panel on Break
  • second set Jazz jam session with Jessica & Friends.


Jimmy G's Jazz Night Buffet for only $16.95++

Please call for reservations (call 412-391-5227) Accepting all major credit cards.

Covered & secure parking is available right in One Oxford Centre for just $5.00, payable at entry/exit or at pay stations in the garage.

Jessica Lee's Jazz Networking Happy Hour

Pittsburgh’s premier Jazz & Blues Happy Hour show for the entrepreneurial / innovation community.

Featuring live open-mike interview sessions with hot entrepreneurs, financing sources, economic development thought leaders and other business stars, we’re uncovering “WHAT’S INNOVATIVE AND POSITIVE IN THE PITTSBURGH REGION.”

Created by Jessica Lee, a successful entrepreneur and musician, Jessica Lee’s Jazz Happy Hour promotes live music in downtown Pittsburgh and assists the entrepreneurial networking of the region with funding and partnering opportunities.

With its relaxed environment, the show appeals especially to present and future entrepreneurs, social entrepreneurs, angel and venture investors, institutional financing sources, large corporate partners, young and young-thinking professionals, technology and life sciences industry innovators, economic development thought leaders, artists, music lovers and musicians, and all those interested in the growth of the Pittsburgh region.