Interested in the startup world? Come learn about BizSpark at Ignition

BizSpark_TechSet_BURST_logo With the launch of BizSpark yesterday, we will be visiting a few cities in the US and partnering with Stephanie Agresta and Brian Solis of The TechSet, as well as local entrepreneurial organizations to talk about BizSpark. We encourage entrepreneurs, current startups, investors, business accelerators or incubators and students to come to our events.

  • 11/11/2008 in New York, NY - we will be doing a pitch at the New York New Tech Meetup, followed by a reception at One Little West 12. Register to attend.
  • 11/19/2008 in Phoenix, AZ - partnering with Arizona Entrepreneurship Conference to talk about BizSpark
  • 11/20/2008 in Austin, TX - partnering with Austin Startup District where we will have 10 startups present each. Register to attend.
  • 12/2/2008 in Los Angeles, CA (mark your calendars)
  • 12/4/2008 in Silicon Valley (mark your calendars)

If you want to learn more about BizSpark as a Startup or as a potential Network Partner, you need to come to one of our "Ignition" events.


Comments (3)

  1. Brian Chavez says:

    Awesome, I’ll be at the one in LA for sure!

  2. says: says…

    my experience of the NYC event was basically another party… no worries… free booze, free food, some smoozing….

    next time, though, given we were all itnerested in netowrking, please, please, lower the music… one of the more interesting startups was represented by a woman who found herslef needing to shout to be heard, and I was straining to hear what she was willling to share…

    …and then there was the minor detail of the lower lounge becoming a game playing session, rather than a walk thru fo the actual offering…  nobody was available to stand in front of the screen and take us thru the offering…

    next time, please skip the fancy-smacy and rent an empty office space, forego the booze and show us soemthing…. launch parties are fine if we were media… mostly we sought actual information…

    for instance, was there a page on which people could link up for F2F cross-education and mutual aid during the inevitable heartaches…

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