It’s time for DemoCamp again. Our friends at Liberty Noodle are providing food. So there is not a made rush to the hot dog cart.
DemoCamp Toronto 26
Monday, March 29, 2010
Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University, 55 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON
Purchase tickets: http://guestlistapp.com/events/16851
$12 regular ticket | $10 student ticket | Flexible sponsorship
Why should I attend?
Its time to launch your product? Do you need to hire designers? engineers? marketers? biz dev? This is a great spot to meet and connect with the Toronto community.
For nearly 5 years we have built a track record of helping connect, promoting and making successful for some of the most engaging products to emerge in Canada. The goal is to connect the entrepreneurs, designers, marketers, developers, and others that are the fabric of emerging technology and media companies in Canada together to share, to educate, to connect with each other and other valuable members of the ecosystem.
How do I present?
Fill out the form
Help me help you. Explain the problem you solve, your market, your customer, how you are different, and why now. We’re looking for startups/companies/products that have third-party validation (external funding; real customers; etc.) and traction.
Why do we do this?
The strength of the network is based on both the number of nodes and the quality of the connections. DemoCamp is one of many local events to help local emerging technology entrepreneurs, startups, designers, marketers, connect with each other and a support ecosystem. Ranging from lawyers (CognitionLLP, Hyndman|Law, Laberge Weinstein, others), accountants (KPMG), recruiters, and others (OCE).
It’s a great way to see 5 minute pitches and demos. To see what else is going on in Toronto. To connect with interesting people. And to get noticed, find talent, locate funding, or just be social.
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