November Startup Events

I recently met with a member of T3 Advisors, and he totally blew me away; I do not understand why EVERY growing startup isn’t using this. T3 Advisors is a totally new approach on helping startups find office space. Companies no longer can afford to be stagnant with their real estate strategy. Productivity, Collaboration, Recruiting and Retention are all directly influenced by office space. For the last 10 years T3 has been helping companies all across the country tackle these issues in a new and inventive way. If you want help with your company’s space and culture first download the “Move Handbook for Startups” and then shoot David an email, Bergeron@t3advisors.com – he’s who I met with and is wonderful to just sit and talk to about the state of the industry.  If you are or will soon be looking for office space, check them out!

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UPCOMING BAY AREA STARTUP EVENTS
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.EVENT DISCOUNTS:

15% Off The 8th Founder Showcase with Michael Arrington
November 8th,  3:30pm – 10:00pm
Mission Bay Conference Center
See Michael Arrington speak at the the 8th Founder Showcase, which will be our largest Showcase yet with over 500 in attendance. This quarterly startup pitch and networking event brings together leading investors, founders, and members of the press for one action-packed night to network and help launch a startup company to greatness. Guests will be treated to a Keynote Speech by Michael Arrington – General Partner at the CrunchFund, and Founder of TechCrunch. We’ll also be serving up an entertaining Pitch Competition, as well as drinks and appetizers in a networking hall full of emerging startups competing in a Demo Table Competition. This event has sold out the last five times, so purchase your inexpensive tickets or Demo Tables today. Web Wallflower readers get a 15% discount by using the code web_wallflower. For more information go to www.FounderShowcase.com.

20% off – SF Beta: Mobile Gaming Edition
November 8th, 6:00 – 10:00pm
Terra SF

SF Beta is San Francisco’s gathering for the vanguard of the internet: founders, innovators, developers, media, and practitioners of capital. Our loosely structured event regularly attracts a sell-out crowd of over 500 people. We provide tasty gourmet appetizers and a full bar, along with a curated exhibit of startup demos. SF Beta is open to everyone age 21 and over. Whether you’re a startup veteran or coming to your very first tech event, consider yourself welcome.  Receive 20% off when you use the code “webwallflower” at http://sfbeta.eventbrite.com/event/2246453202

50% – SecondMarket Cocktails: Identifying & Retaining Talent
November 9th, 6:30 – 9:30pm
Founder’s Den

Join SecondMarket for Cocktails & Conversations: Identifying & Retaining Talent, an open dialogue that will assist forward-thinking startup employers on how to best overcome recruiting challenges and capitalize on current opportunities. As companies face unprecedented demographic, economic and competitive challenges, recruitment and retention remains a top concern. For more info, check out www.identifyingandretainingtalentsf.eventbrite.com and use discount code “WallFlowerVIP” for 50% off!

$200 off - Under the Radar Conference
November 9 – 10
Mountain View, CA

Under the Radar is a catalyst for doing deals. Meet with 350 decision-makers from global carriers, brands, technology companies, startups, and investors responsible for helping companies leverage new mobile technology in the fast-evolving digital landscape.  Register here: http://www.undertheradarblog.com/register/ and use code “WWF” for $200 off your ticket.

$100 off – GigaOm RoadMap
November 10, 9:00a – 5:00p
Mission Bay Conference Center

Join us for GigaOM RoadMap 2011 – our newest event that explores how connectedness will influence the way we live, create, consume and earn over the next 12 to 18 months. Technology market-makers will join GigaOM editors and GigaOM Pro analysts to create the blueprint for the connected future, mapping out the most significant trends in consumer connectedness. Each speaker will be interviewed on-stage in a one-on-one chat with Om Malik and other GigaOM editors. GigaOM Pro staff analysts will present major themes and trends influencing the connected consumer. Get $100 off at http://gigaomroadmap2011-wwf.eventbrite.com/?discount=WEBWALLFLOWER

10% off – PR For Startups & Small Business
November 16th, 6:30-8:30pm
NextSpace, 28 Second St, 2nd floor

We cordially invite you to attend the PR Summit Fall Chat Series, taking place at NextSpace. Learn key marketing and pr strategies startups and small business should know. Join us as panelists discuss, debate and shape ideas in how to blend traditional media outreach with social media tools. Our moderator and panelists include: David Spark (Spark Media Solutions), Adrienne Arieff (Arieff Communications), Neil Vineberg (Vineberg Communications) & Eric Savitz (Bureau Chief @ Forbes). Join other media professionals, entrepreneurs, marketers and public relations practitioners curating the next generation of media relations. More information at http://prchatthree.eventbrite.com

$5 off - Designers + Geeks Speaker Series
November 17th, 7pm
PeopleBrowsr (474 Bryant Street)
What helps people fall in love with your products? In a quick exploration of cognitive science, evolutionary psychology, anthropomorphism, VH1-style pickup artistry, and design, Chris Clark will explore how we can all strive for lovable products. Or at least products people want a one night stand with.  More information at http://designers-geeks-speakers-november2011.eventbrite.com/?discount=FIVERWW

$5-off – How to Come Up with your Own SEO Strategy and Save $$$
November 21, 6-7PM
pariSoma @ 169 11th St, SF

For a start-up, a marketing tool is a desired and needed weapon. It becomes difficult, however, to distinguish powerful marketing tools from others as prices are not always a good indicator. Thus, the SEO is tailored to those startups with and without funding alike, as it is both one of the most powerful and an inexpensive one. The main advantages of SEO is that with basic knowledge on the subject, some time investment and motivation to get your business out there, you can already start getting results on your own. So come to this class to learn the basics about SEO and how to start making use if this powerful marking tool on your own. We’ll dive into several concepts and concrete applications, and cover some useful tools and tips.  More information and $5 off at http://seoparisoma.eventbrite.com/?discount=webwallflower

20% off – AppCircus@AppNationIII
November 30th, 5:00 – 7:00p
Deadline: November 9th
SF Design Center
AppCircus offers developers a stage to pitch in front of an international jury at AppNationIII conference, formed by industry experts, and an opportunity to be nominated for the Mobile Premiere Awards 2012, which are held during the Mobile World Congress. Developers with their app selected can attend AppNation for free, and all the visitors who want to attend the event can use this discount code “AN3PT100” for 20% off at http://appnationconference.com/appnation3/register.php

5th Annual PITCH: Women 2.0 Startup Competition
Applications Due: November 30, 2011
San Francisco, CA

Open to early-stage ventures. Applying companies must have a female in the founding team, be in beta stage, and have received less than a million in funding. Bing is honored to sponsor the Women 2.0 PITCH competition and conference for female entrepreneurs as part of its Bing Booster program for startups this year. Bing has seen the shortage and lack of visibility for female startup entrepreneurs in the tech world and would like to give them a boost – in this case, by sponsoring the first 100 applicants to the Women 2.0 PITCH Startup Competition! More information at http://www.women2.org/apply-to-pitch-in-san-francisco-2012-with-women-2-0/

10% off – Warm Gun
December 2nd, 9:00a – 5:00p
Hotel Kabuki, SF

Get Happy @ Warm Gun! Join Dave McClure (500 Startups) + Jeff Veen (Typekit), Jared Spool (UIE), Luke Wroblewski (LukeW), Jason Putorti (Votizen) + YouTube, Groupon and many others at Warm Gun, a 1-day conference for designers and startups to learn about elegant, purposeful, and measurable online design. In 2010, Warm Gun sold out with 520+ attendees so we suggest you reserve a spot. More details are at http://warmgun.com and you can register with the discount code “webwallflower

20% off – Digital video for business: Create a video strategy that drives sales
December 5, 6-7:30PM
pariSoma @ 169 11th St, SF

Join VidCaster founder and experienced video producer Kieran Farr for a hands-on and interactive session on creating video for business. In this session you’ll learn how to maximize your organization’s video strategy with just a few minutes per week; what types of content drives sales and action from viewers; how to use free online tools to create compelling video in minutes; how to use your mobile phone to create effective video; how to maximize your total potential audience; and much more. To fully participate, students should bring their own computer and smart phone. Learn more at http://digitalvideoparisoma.eventbrite.com/?discount=webwallflower

.SAN FRANCISCO EVENTS:

15% Off The 8th Founder Showcase with Michael Arrington
November 8th,  3:30pm – 10:00pm
Mission Bay Conference Center
See Michael Arrington speak at the the 8th Founder Showcase, which will be our largest Showcase yet with over 500 in attendance. This quarterly startup pitch and networking event brings together leading investors, founders, and members of the press for one action-packed night to network and help launch a startup company to greatness. Guests will be treated to a Keynote Speech by Michael Arrington – General Partner at the CrunchFund, and Founder of TechCrunch. We’ll also be serving up an entertaining Pitch Competition, as well as drinks and appetizers in a networking hall full of emerging startups competing in a Demo Table Competition. This event has sold out the last five times, so purchase your inexpensive tickets or Demo Tables today. Web Wallflower readers get a 15% discount by using the code web_wallflower. For more information go to www.FounderShowcase.com.

20% off – SF Beta: Mobile Gaming Edition
November 8th, 6:00 – 10:00pm
Terra SF

SF Beta is San Francisco’s gathering for the vanguard of the internet: founders, innovators, developers, media, and practitioners of capital. Our loosely structured event regularly attracts a sell-out crowd of over 500 people. We provide tasty gourmet appetizers and a full bar, along with a curated exhibit of startup demos. SF Beta is open to everyone age 21 and over. Whether you’re a startup veteran or coming to your very first tech event, consider yourself welcome.  Receive 20% off when you use the code “webwallflower” at http://sfbeta.eventbrite.com/event/2246453202

50% – SecondMarket Cocktails: Identifying & Retaining Talent
November 9th, 6:30 – 9:30pm
Founder’s Den

Join SecondMarket for Cocktails & Conversations: Identifying & Retaining Talent, an open dialogue that will assist forward-thinking startup employers on how to best overcome recruiting challenges and capitalize on current opportunities. As companies face unprecedented demographic, economic and competitive challenges, recruitment and retention remains a top concern. For more info, check out www.identifyingandretainingtalentsf.eventbrite.com and use discount code “WallFlowerVIP” for 50% off!

$100 off – GigaOm RoadMap
November 10, 9:00a – 5:00p
Mission Bay Conference Center

Join us for GigaOM RoadMap 2011 – our newest event that explores how connectedness will influence the way we live, create, consume and earn over the next 12 to 18 months. Technology market-makers will join GigaOM editors and GigaOM Pro analysts to create the blueprint for the connected future, mapping out the most significant trends in consumer connectedness. Each speaker will be interviewed on-stage in a one-on-one chat with Om Malik and other GigaOM editors. GigaOM Pro staff analysts will present major themes and trends influencing the connected consumer. Get $100 off at http://gigaomroadmap2011-wwf.eventbrite.com/?discount=WEBWALLFLOWER

FashTech: How Technology is Changing the Face of Fashion
November 10th, 6:00-9:00pm
RocketSpace @ 181 Fremont St.

SF FASHION+TECH is dedicated to advancing innovation at the intersection of fashion and technology in the SF Bay Area. On November 10th, we will host a panel moderated by SF Chronicle journalist Lorraine Sanders, and featuring Vineet Buch of Google, Susan Gregg Koger (founder & chief creative officer) of ModCloth, Chris Lindland (founder and CEO) of Betabrand, and Sinead Norenius (founder iFabbo) to discuss technology trends and their impact on fashion. There will also be a featured presentation by sneakpeeq and immediately following the panel, startup and emerging companies will demo their products to attendees as they mingle and enjoy refreshments. Register now at http://sffashion2dotoh.eventbrite.com

Common Mistakes Founders Make
November 16th, 6:30 – 9:30pm
RocketSpace

RocketSpace has the pleasure in welcoming Ronny Conway & Peter Levine to present “Common Mistakes Entrepreneurs Make” followed by a Fireside Chat / Q & A.  Andreessen Horowitz are already regarded as one of the most prominent VC Firms in the Valley despite being under 3yrs old.  This is the first event of the RocketSpace S4 event series. In true RocketSpace fashion drinks will be served up by The Twins.  More information at https://rss4.mogotix.com/

Girls in Tech Presents: Miss Representation, A Jennifer Siebel Newsom Film
November 16, 6:30-9:30p
pariSoma @ 169 11th St.

Girls in Tech is hosting a screening of “Miss Representation”, a documentary film about breaking through women’s stereotypic media portrayal in order to afford more leadership opportunities to women everywhere. The film features Lisa Ling, Katie Couric, Margaret Cho, Rosario Dawson, Mayor Cory Booker (a champion of women’s rights), Condoleeza Rice, Geena Davis, and more great women. We will view the film & then ask for audience participation to discuss how we, as women in tech, can use technology, social media and our networks to have more women rolemodels in tech and other fields!  For more information, check out http://gitmissrepresentation.eventbrite.com/

10% off – PR For Startups & Small Business
November 16th, 6:30-8:30pm
NextSpace, 28 Second St, 2nd floor

We cordially invite you to attend the PR Summit Fall Chat Series, taking place at NextSpace. Learn key marketing and pr strategies startups and small business should know. Join us as panelists discuss, debate and shape ideas in how to blend traditional media outreach with social media tools. Our moderator and panelists include: David Spark (Spark Media Solutions), Adrienne Arieff (Arieff Communications), Neil Vineberg (Vineberg Communications) & Eric Savitz (Bureau Chief @ Forbes). Join other media professionals, entrepreneurs, marketers and public relations practitioners curating the next generation of media relations. More information at http://prchatthree.eventbrite.com

Angel Capital Expo
November 17th, 7:30am-3:00pm
Julia Morgan Ballroom (465 California Street)

The Angel Capital Expo is the premier gathering of the angel capital community. The Expo brings together investors and entrepreneurs looking for funding. Angel Capital Expo is organized by Keiretsu Forum, the largest North American angel investment network, and was created to foster collaboration among angel groups, as well as reach out to the larger investment community. The event features twelve presenters from early stage companies. Companies selected are from a variety of different industries ranging from technology, life sciences, consumer products, real estate, financial services, social ventures and other segments with high growth potential.  Accredited Investors only register at http://angelcapitalexposf.eventbrite.com/

$5 off - Designers + Geeks Speaker Series
November 17th, 7pm
PeopleBrowsr (474 Bryant Street)
What helps people fall in love with your products? In a quick exploration of cognitive science, evolutionary psychology, anthropomorphism, VH1-style pickup artistry, and design, Chris Clark will explore how we can all strive for lovable products. Or at least products people want a one night stand with.  More information at http://designers-geeks-speakers-november2011.eventbrite.com/?discount=FIVERWW

Women 2.0 Startup Weekend
November 18th – 19th
The Hatchery

Bring an idea, or just yourself! Come to join a team and start a project (or company) over the weekend. We will be hacking and building for 54 hours! Startup Weekend is a place to test ideas, contribute to ideas, and meet potential founders. We are bringing together the most innovative, talented, and out-of-the-box entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley.  Check out what happened at previous Women 2.0 Startup Weekends! Last year, Women 2.0 Startup Weekend launched 22 startups. At our first event, Women 2.0 Startup Weekend 2009 created 19 startups. More information at http://women2.org

$5 off – How to Come Up with your Own SEO Strategy and Save $$$
November 21, 6-7PM
pariSoma @ 169 11th St, SF

For a start-up, a marketing tool is a desired and needed weapon. It becomes difficult, however, to distinguish powerful marketing tools from others as prices are not always a good indicator. Thus, the SEO is tailored to those startups with and without funding alike, as it is both one of the most powerful and an inexpensive one. The main advantages of SEO is that with basic knowledge on the subject, some time investment and motivation to get your business out there, you can already start getting results on your own. So come to this class to learn the basics about SEO and how to start making use if this powerful marking tool on your own. We’ll dive into several concepts and concrete applications, and cover some useful tools and tips.  More information and $5 off at http://seoparisoma.eventbrite.com/?discount=webwallflower

20% off – AppCircus@AppNationIII
November 30th, 5:00 – 7:00p
Deadline: November 9th
SF Design Center
AppCircus offers developers a stage to pitch in front of an international jury at AppNationIII conference, formed by industry experts, and an opportunity to be nominated for the Mobile Premiere Awards 2012, which are held during the Mobile World Congress. Developers with their app selected can attend AppNation for free, and all the visitors who want to attend the event can use this discount code “AN3PT100” for 20% off at http://appnationconference.com/appnation3/register.php

Silicon Valley Rocks! 2011
December 1st, 7:00 – 11:00pm
DNA Lounge

Tech professionals by day, rockers by night. Join us for the 4th annual show featuring a mix of original + cover bands that will please your entire social graph: 100%, Allen Mask, The Barricades, Coverflow, feedbomb, Fox Picnic, Ingar Brown & the Future Funk, and Open Source Band. Players come from Google, Facebook, Adobe, GigaOM and more. Tickets are $45/$75/$450 for group table service. Buy tickets at http://www.dnalounge.com/calendar/2011/12.html#01. All proceeds raised will be donated to Music in Schools Today which provides music education programs in underserved Bay Area schools. More information at http://www.svrocks.com

10% off – Warm Gun
December 2nd, 9:00a – 5:00p
Hotel Kabuki, SF

Get Happy @ Warm Gun! Join Dave McClure (500 Startups) + Jeff Veen (Typekit), Jared Spool (UIE), Luke Wroblewski (LukeW), Jason Putorti (Votizen) + YouTube, Groupon and many others at Warm Gun, a 1-day conference for designers and startups to learn about elegant, purposeful, and measurable online design. In 2010, Warm Gun sold out with 520+ attendees so we suggest you reserve a spot. More details are at http://warmgun.com and you can register with the discount code “webwallflower

20% off – Digital video for business: Create a video strategy that drives sales
December 5, 6-7:30PM
pariSoma @ 169 11th St, SF

Join VidCaster founder and experienced video producer Kieran Farr for a hands-on and interactive session on creating video for business. In this session you’ll learn how to maximize your organization’s video strategy with just a few minutes per week; what types of content drives sales and action from viewers; how to use free online tools to create compelling video in minutes; how to use your mobile phone to create effective video; how to maximize your total potential audience; and much more. To fully participate, students should bring their own computer and smart phone. Learn more at http://digitalvideoparisoma.eventbrite.com/?discount=webwallflower

Winter Wonderland: Learn to Animate with CSS
December 7, 7:00 – 9:00p
Twitter (795 Folsom St – Suite 600)
Improved browser support of CSS3 has allowed us to build a richer web with visual treatments. But with great power comes great responsibility. Just because you can add a skewed animated rainbow with drop shadow to your site doesn’t mean you should. In this session we’ll look at what’s really cool in CSS3 by making snow with CSS3. We take a look at selectors, gradients, rounded corners, alpha-transparency, transitions and transforms, with a deeper dive into CSS3 animation. You’ll have to restrain yourself, though. Yes, we’ll cover transitions, transforms, keyframes and more. But just because you can, doesn’t mean you should. Note that this is similar to the SVCC and OpenWebCamp presentation.  More information at http://www.meetup.com/cascadesf/events/36494052/

The Gaming Mixer II
December 15, 6:30- 8:30PM
pariSoma @ 169 11th St, SF

pariSoma invites you once again to the latest iteration of the Mixer Series: The Gaming Mixer II ! Our first edition of this Gaming Mixer was so successful–with over 100 attendees and 15 demoing companies–that we couldn’t resist the urge of hosting it again! So come on over to rub shoulders with cutting edge game designers, producers, and marketers in our trendy loft. Teams from the hottest startups will be pitching the next groundbreaking games and providing demos and Q&A sessions. From iOS fanboys to Android aficionados to console freaks, all platforms will be represented. Join us and indulge in some snacks, a night of gaming, and enjoy some great networking opportunities at the beautiful pariSoma Innovation Loft!  More information at http://gamingmixerparisoma.eventbrite.com/
.BAY AREA EVENTS:

$200 off - Under the Radar Conference
November 9-10,2011
Mountain View, CA

Under the Radar is a catalyst for doing deals. Meet with 350 decision-makers from global carriers, brands, technology companies, startups, and investors responsible for helping companies leverage new mobile technology in the fast-evolving digital landscape.  Register here: http://www.undertheradarblog.com/register/ and use code “WWF” for $200 off your ticket.

Robot Hackathon
November 11th, 11:11a – 11:11p
Pizza & Pipes Restaurant, Redwood City

We figured 11/11/11 at 11:11pm is going to be a really big deal to a lot of geeks… it has a lot of 1s in it.  So, we’re celebrating by having a big party, and by hosting one of Silicon Valley’s very first Robot Hackathons.  ZOMG… I’m so excited!!!  It’s a charity event. The ticket price covers the cost of the eating, a Grid Kit to build your robot chasis, an Arduino Uno, DC motors, and sundries.  For more information, check out https://www.wepay.com/tickets/view/18450

Rainmakers’ Live! : To Market Fit and Beyond!
November 11th, 6:30 – 9:30p
AOL Auditorium 395 Page Mills Road, Palo Alto

There is a notable trend of locally focused seed stage start-up accelerators that are setting up not just in Silicon Valley but worldwide as well. Is there a winning formula in these accelerators that could help propel your companies to realizing your vision? Besides these business incubators, early stage founders could also turn to angel investors for funding. What could these angels offer that differentiate themselves from other funding options? With a plethora of funding options available for the young start-ups, Rainmakers’ Live has invited a panel of speakers representing angels and accelerators to help the audience understand better about the funding process and the benefits of taking up funding from each.  More information at http://rainmakerslive.com/

Re-inventing Startup IP Strategies
November 14, 6:00pm – 8:30PM
AOL Main Auditorium, Palo Alto

Sweeping changes in patent law force startups to adopt new strategies to protect their inventions. With a focus on the unique needs of startups, this event delivers the intellectual property do’s and don’ts straight from one of the nations leading experts on the new patent law.  Join us in Palo Alto on November 14th when the Startup Alliance hosts “Re-inventing Startup IP Strategies” with distinguished speaker Keith Grzelak.  Space is limited so please visit http://www.meetup.com/startup-alliance/events/36043712/ for more information and RSVP today.

Hybrid Factory
November 15th, 5:00 – 7:00pm
Mozilla HQ, Mountain View

Workshops designed to promote the cross-pollination of UX’ers, Engineers, and Product/Business Strategists. This month Jennifer Borchard will be teaching us about influence. Jennifer is an assistant vice president and senior interaction designer at Wells Fargo. Space will be limited to 40, so RSVP here: http://www.mogotix.com/events/5169 and tell your friends about it!

Startup Grind Hosts Scott Heiferman
November 15th, 7:00 – 10:00pm
AOL Headquarters, Palo Alto

Scott Heiferman is CEO and co-founder of Meetup.com which boasts more than 9.5MM members and 60MM RSVPs! Scott has been a founder his entire life and started companies including i-traffic, RocketBoard, bannerssuck.com, and FotoLog. He’s coming to Palo Alto from NYC for the Meetup, so show up in full force and really show him what an amazing community we have.  Come mingle with other entrepreneurs or aspiring entrepreneurs combined with a great speaker and food. It’s the only event you have to attend each month. We’ll have pizza and drinks so RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/Startup-Grind/

HealthTech Breakfast
November 16th, 8:00a – 10:00a
Genentech, South San Francisco

On the one hand there is a shortage of nurses and primary care physicians, and on the other hand a ‘Silver Tsunami’ (78 million Baby Boomers started retiring in 2011) and 32 million currently uninsured consumers entering the healthcare market in the next few years. Can technology be a source of innovation to deal with this growing tension between supply and demand? What new business models are enabled? How does the rapid technology adoption by help or hurt? Can patients use technology and cloud-based solutions to take on some of the care traditionally performed by professionals? And how does technology impact the relationship between physicians and pharmaceutical companies? How do physicians deal with the ‘yelp-of-physicians’ phenomenon? Who delivers care how and where is in flux. This breakfast event will highlight core disruptive forces and areas of opportunity for entrepreneurs from outside and inside healthcare to make a difference in the future of health.  More information at www.svforum.org/healthseries

PlugandPlay TechCenter Events
Daily!
So PlugandPlay TechCenter has a ton of awesome events, and it would take an entire newsletter just to share them all. Skim their calendar regularly to see what they have to offer.http://www.plugandplaytechcenter.com/calendar/

SVASE Series
Weekly
SVASE, the Silicon Valley Association of Startup Entrepreneurs, is the largest and fastest growing nonprofit association in Northern California dedicated exclusively to helping early stage tech entrepreneurs. They hold events regularly in the peninsula, and occasionally the city itself. There are too many to name in my brief email, but be sure to check them out for advice on investment, team development, financing, corporate leadership, and much more: http://www.svase.org/

Founders Space
Founders Space brings together founders, angels, VCs, advisers, and innovators to help start-ups rock the world. You can ask questions, join a Founders Round Table, tell your story, or become an Adviser. Visit http://FoundersSpace.com

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