The Top 10 Tech Cocktail Stories of the Week

April 6, 2013

12:00 pm

We get it, you’re busy.  You weren’t able to get to every Tech Cocktail post this week; baseball is upon us We know.  Fear not, because we’ve curated the week’s top 10(ish) posts as determined by the Tech Cocktail editorial team.

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This Week’s Top Stories

  1. Downtown Project Startup Buys 100 Teslas, Aims To Replace Your Car 
  2. 19 Warning Signs That You Might Be An Entrepreneur  
  3. Who is Boise’s Hottest Showcasing Startup? [Poll]
  4. Real-Time Scheduling: A New Reality With Atlas  
  5. Evr1 Creates Fashion Accessories for Techies
  6. Incentives for Discovering New Bars In Chicago With Toast  
  7. Cathy Brooks Opines on Las Vegas and Startup Trends in 2013
  8. 6 Ways to Maximize Your Marketing Effectiveness  
  9. Who is Tech Cocktail Week’s Hottest Showcasing Startup? [Poll]  
  10. Google Nose: Smell the World Right from Your Computer
  11. A Smorgasbord of April Fools’ Day Pranks
  12. Rockstar Entrepreneurs at Big Kansas City Share Valuable Lessons for Startups
  13. Make Money on Google Hangouts with HangPay

What’s On Tap

After taking a SXSW-induced break last month, we’re thrilled to be brining back Tech Cocktail Week next week.  Join us Thursday night for our Mixer at Insert Coins.  We’ll have 11 (mostly Las Vegas-based) early-to-mid stage startups on hand showcasing their latest and greatest.  And on Friday night, we’ve lined up a night full of inspiring Sessions Speaker talks, headlined by Dina Kaplan, co-founder at  Best of all it’s free.

<Register> Tech Cocktail Week Mixer | Sessions

Until next week…

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When Zach Davis isn't getting lost in the mountains, he is hustling from Boulder, CO as Tech Cocktail's Director of Marketing. He is the author of Appalachian Trials, a book chronicling the mindset necessary for thru-hiking all 2,181 miles of the Appalachian Trail, a feat he accomplished in 2011. Zach is a green tea enthusiast, die-hard Chicago sports fan, and avid concert-goer. Follow Zach on Twitter: @zrdavis.

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