A Classic Startup Mixer Event in San Francisco – Thank You.

September 22, 2010

1:55 pm

Last Tuesday night was our first TECH cocktail San Francisco startup mixer event. It was the perfect mix of entrepreneurs, tech-enthusiasts, investors, local press and friends – all the ingredients for a classic TECH cocktail! Roe created the perfect backdrop and the ABC-7 lights and camera added some flare and an air of excitement as Randall Yip interviewed the crowd.

Sponsored by Intel, our inaugural SF event featured some excellent startups (in case you missed them):

AwayFind –  Helps you to avoid email interruptions, but stay in the loop for anything urgent.
Bucketlist – A social network, a warehouse of interesting stories, a way to kick-start your life goals.
EarnMojo – A universal badging system that can plug into any website
EmptyLegMarket – A marketplace that seeks to fill empty private jets.
Gamers Portal – Provides gamers with unified profiles, tools to help teams reach their potential, and helps gamers meet in real life.
Livefyre – Replace your static comment section with a live stream of comments, images and video.
Mindsnacks – Truly awesome mobile learning games, focused on languages.
rrripple –  Empowers educators and students to chronicle and share their digital content in a safe and secure environment.
SocialPing – Helps you monitor Twitter in real-time, sending notifications instantly for keywords being monitored and provide reports.
UberCab – An on-demand car service via iPhone and SMS.

A huge THANK YOU to San Francisco for welcoming us with such enthusiasm. We can’t wait to come back!

Enjoy these photos by Ken Yeung and Samantha Strauss and see more photos here.

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Jen Consalvo is the Cofounder and COO of Tech.Co. She previously worked in product development for almost 13 years at AOL for audiences of millions. Follow her on Twitter at: @noreaster.

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