Who is San Francisco’s Startup of the Year? [Poll]

June 8, 2015

3:00 pm

On June 12, from 6:30 to 9:00 pm, we’ll be hosting our San Francisco Startup of the Year Competition & Mixer at Parisoma. Should your startup be there? Well, let’s see: Are you looking for funding? Do you need pitch practice? Do you enjoy telling people about your product? Do you love the opportunity to network with your community and find your next employee, adviser, mentor, investor, or cofounder? Do you want the chance to pitch at a global event for major prizes, including cash, acceptance to a national startup accelerator, or a demo booth at CES?

Surely you’ve got a “yes” for at least one of those questions. And you want your startup’s name to be added to the poll below. You can still apply to be considered to demo at the event. Or if you’d like to see what this is all about, and learn from one of the best CEOs in the country, get your ticket and join in the fun. We’ll be joined by sponsors 43North, who are holding a giant business competition of their own, Saul Ewing, providing full-service legal representation at multiple levels of reach and focus, and Parisoma, an ongoing partner for our startup events.

*Use Promo Code: SFStartups for a special discount (hint…free!)

Joel Trammell, one of our most popular speakers, will be on hand to share his inspirational lessons for leaders and managers who want to build successful companies. Check out this video from Celebrate 2014 where he shares “How to Get from Founder to CEO” and don’t miss the myriad lessons that Trammell shares each time he gets in front of startups.

Now, it’s time to vote: Who is San Francisco’s Startup of the Year?

Image Credit: Flickr/Daniel Hoherd

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Julia Fischer is the Director of Operations at Tech.Co. Communicating with sponsors, partners, and startups is how Julia keeps the Tech.Co and Tech Cocktail mission on track.

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