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Tech Cocktail’s SXSW #StartupLife Celebration 2012

Tech Cocktail's SXSW Celebration 2012

Tech Cocktail’s SXSW #StartupLife Celebration 2012 presented by .CO is a very special all day extravaganza. Working with our partners and sponsors, we will create a day long platform on Saturday, March 10th that will include entrepreneurial interviews similar to last year’s Tech Cocktail Delivering Happiness interview series and some private events (lunchtime event, meetups, etc) – all culminating in our official SXSW #StartupLife Celebration Mixer Event open to all SXSWi badge holders.

Saturday night will be the return of Tech Cocktail’s official SXSW Startup Celebration Mixer Event  – a “Startup Showcase” mixer style event at SXSWi (check these links out in case you missed the last two years – SXSW 2011 and SXSW 2010). Past showcased startups at our events have received great feedback and press, been funded on the spot, met new employees and investors, and some have even been acquired. Some of our SXSW showcased startup alumni include Foodspotting, Khush, Mobile Roadie, StorifyTango, Sifteo, Sphero, Votizen, PopVox, GameSalad and many more. If you are interested in being a showcased startup this year at our SXSW event, fill out this application form before January 31st. We’ll select 20+ companies to participate at our event and pitch their stuff to a handful of judges (judges will be announced soon). We’ll be awarding prizes to the highest rated startups.


Click here to RSVP now for Tech Cocktail’s SXSW #StartupLife Celebration presented by .CO

Sponsorship opportunities are available for all the events mentioned above –  contact us today and we’ll connect with you asap. We’ll work with you to understand your goals and create a fabulous event for your company.

To add to an action packed day, I’ll also be moderating an official SXSW panel from 3:30-4:30pm titled Exploring The Top Startup Accelerator Programs with folks from some of the top startup accelerators so be sure to join us there too. More specific details on that soon.

We look forward to seeing you in Austin, Texas on March 10th. Yippie ki-yay!

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Frank Gruber is the founder, CEO and Executive Editor of Tech Cocktail. He is an entrepreneur and new media journalist focused on sharing his tech product expertise and analysis on emerging technologies. Previously he built products for millions of users while at AOL and Tribune Company. He is a startup advisor and investor. He is the author of the book, Startup Mixology, Tech Cocktail’s Guide to Building, Growing, and Celebrating Startup Success. Find Frank Gruber online and follow him on Twitter at @FrankGruber.


19 Responses to “Tech Cocktail’s SXSW #StartupLife Celebration 2012”



    I'm so looking forward to be there and I plan on bringing a Tech Celebrity Startup Guru Guest!!!!! (Hint, he's helped keep William Shatner Employed and that's all I'm saying about that!)

    I will also bring the Managing Partner of Stardust Venture Partners as an added bonus!!!

    Looking forward to the usual kickass Tech Cocktail Event!

    Mr. Cranky



    That must have been a very fun event. You probably did a lot of preparations for this. More success to Tech Cocktail!



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