OpenCoffee Club

Place for people who love startups to hang out and meet

Micah P Rau
  • 44, Male
  • Coraopolis, PA
  • United States
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Micah P Rau joined Sage's group
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Edinburgh

The local group for all the present and future entrepreneurs.
Sep 13, 2010
Micah P Rau commented on Louis van Proosdij's group OpenCoffee Club Paris-france
"Hello Club Paris-France. I am an evangelist/pastor, researcher and freelance writer/blogger in love with the Lord Jesus Christ and His creation, which includes you."
Sep 13, 2010
Micah P Rau commented on Trevor Loy's group Santa Fe
"Hello Santa Fe, NM. I am an evangelist/pastor, researcher and freelance writer/blogger in love with the Lord Jesus Christ and His creation, which includes you."
Sep 13, 2010
Micah P Rau commented on Arkadiusz Swierczewski's group London OpenCoffee Club
"Hello London! I am an evangelist/pastor, researcher and freelance writer/blogger in love with the Lord Jesus Christ and His creation, which includes you. Just doing a little networking."
Sep 13, 2010
Micah P Rau joined Arkadiusz Swierczewski's group
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London OpenCoffee Club

You have the brilliant idea. You are in London. You need financing.Join this club.See More
Sep 13, 2010
Micah P Rau joined Kim Sanchez Rael's group
Sep 13, 2010

Profile Information

Country
USA
Hometown
Fillmore, NY
Company name
Prudential Financial
Blog / website
http://insightliving.blogspot.com
Occupation (tick all that apply)
Designer, Entrepreneur, Journalist, Other

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