October Startup Events

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FailCon’s coming up October 24th, and prices go up weekly!  So be sure to sign-up now for one of the best conferences of the autumn season, and the year!  Secure one now at http://failcon.eventbrite.com – and don’t forget, WebWallflower readers get 20% off!

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.EVENT DISCOUNTS:

25% off – Converge Event
September 26th – 28th @5:00pm
Silicon Valley Marriott

ISSMM presents a power-packed, two-day, educational symposium covering the convergence of social, search, mobile marketing with the best and brightest minds. Use the code “wallflower” to automatically save 25% on admission.  More information and tickets at http://issmmconverge.eventbrite.com

$100 off - App Developers Conference
October 26-27, 2011
Santa Clara, CA

The App Developers Conference is the essential event for everyone building and selling apps for emerging devices. From smart phones to smart cars, applications and connectivity are driving the consumer application market forward at warp speed. This event brings development professionals together with the platforms, tools, services, and brand marketers that are working to connect people, places and things. Big players like Pandora, Yahoo, Ford, Samsung and TeleNav are planning to share what they are working on and show developers how they can get involved.More details are available here: http://appdevconf.engagedigital.com/ and use code “failvip” for $100 off!

20% off – SVASE Academy Startup Advantage
Starting September 27th; Weekly for 12 weeks
333 Dolphin Drive Ste. 400; Redwood City

You’ve got an idea, and you think it could be BIG!  You want to turn this into a business, and you need to get going FAST!  There’s a lot to get done – recruiting a top notch team, building the prototype, acquiring first customers, developing a scalable business model, raising venture capital, and a whole lot more.  So what are the key decisions you need to make, and how can you use these to your advantage, and leave the competition eating your dust?  Facilitated by Dave Epstein, serial entrepreneur, VC, angel and lecturer in entrepreneurship at USF, this focused program of 12 weekly interactive workshops will feature a host of top notch Guest Speakers and Mentors, including Steve Blank, serial entrepreneur, author, lecturer; Bill Reichert, Garage Technology Ventures; Jim Connor, entrepreneur, angel investor; and more!  More information and 20% off at http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=222923.

55% off – Scale and Attract Superstars
September 28th, 5:30 – 8:30p
Greenberg Traurig (153 Townsend)

Learn How to Scale and Attract Superstars from Alain Chuard (Wildfire Interactive), Lee Linden (Tapjoy), and Ravi Mohan (Shasta Ventures) and participate in “hot seat” to get your real-life challenge solved by them. Wednesday, Sept. 28th at 7PM in San Francisco. 55% off general admission with code “55OFF.”
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$15 off – Uncut & Uncensored: Must-Have Career Tips for Women in the Workplace
October 3,  5:30 – 7:00pm
pariSoma @ 169 11th St, SF
In today’s workplace, women are underrepresented in many key fields and positions. For example, women hold just 15% of corporate office positions and make up only 2.2% of Fortune 500 CEOs, while an astounding 52% of female talent drops out of technical careers between the ages of 35 and 40. In this class, Nita Kaushal, founder of Miss CEO, will examine why this is the case, what you can to do to help reverse this trend, and how you can ensure you are on the right trajectory for professional success.  For more information, check out http://womenworkplaceparisoma.eventbrite.com/?discount=WebWallflower

15% off – The Lean User Experience Residency
October 7, 10:00a; runs weekly Fridays through December 16th
LUXr Studio: (3435 Cesar Chavez, Ste 225)

The Residency is a 10-week product design program that guides teams as they implement Lean Startup in their organization, with an emphasis on developing a strong product team and exceptional user experience. In each Residency, 5 teams come together at the LUXr studio one day a week to work on their products with the help of UX and Lean Startup experts. The Residency gives you structured time to develop your product, aligns your team around solid principles of customer development, and embeds good user experience thinking into your company. Residency alumni close funding, win awards, disrupt categories, and gain traction quickly.  Learn more and get 15% off at http://luxrfall2011sec2.eventbrite.com/ and use code “Webwallflower

50% off - PR for Bootstrapped Entrepreneurs
October 12th, 5:30 – 8:00pm
pariSoma Innovation Loft

The founders of MightyPR offer solid tips on the best ways to reach bloggers, reporters, and other influencers using email, Twitter, and the old-fashioned telephone.  We will share our experience doing this for the past 36 years (collectively) and set you on the right path to make connections with people you want to reach.  For more information, check out http://entrepreneurprparisoma-newsletter.eventbrite.com/ and use code “webwallflower

$20 off – The Art of Curation: Be a Key Resource in the Digital Age
October 17, 24 & 31, 5:30 – 8:00pm
pariSoma @ 169 11th St, SF
Come join Axelle Tessandier, Head of Marketing at the publishing-by-curation platform, Scoop.it,  as she teaches a 3-class series full of practical information, tips and tools on how to become a great curator on nowadays technological age. She will use journalism, blogging and education examples as a medium to exemplify her class content. Attend the whole series of sessions or just one of the sessions, there are no prerequisites for any except thirst for curation learning! Axelle will make sure to make room at the end of all sessions for your questions. Get $20 off when you book a ticket for the complete 3-class series.

20% off – FailCon 2011
October 24th, 9:00a – 6:00p
Hotel Kabuki, SF

FailCon is a one-day conference for over 450 technology entrepreneurs, investors, developers and designers to study their failures and prepare for success.  As an entrepreneur, you will inevitably encounter failure; it is overcoming it that is the biggest challenge. At FailCon, we help you do just that. Join founders and partners from MySpace, Uber, Cuil, Airbnb, Khosla Ventures, MindJolt, KISSmetrics, PBworks, Second Life, Mohr Davidow Ventures, and more as share advice on how to reach success.  For more information, check out http://thefailcon.com and use code “webwallflower” for 20% off!

20% off – Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference
October 25-26, 2011
Mission Bay Conference Center, SF, CA

On October 25-26, 2011 and with the sponsorship of Google, Facebook, Skype, Mozilla, Yahoo! and others, our friends at Access (a global movement premised on the belief that political participation and the realization of human rights in the 21st century is increasingly dependent on access to the internet and other forms of technology http://accessnow.org) are proud to present The Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco.  We are happy to be able to provide our friends with a 20% discount to this amazing conference.  Register with with the code “CassVIP” @ https://www.rightscon.org/register

20% off - The World Media Awards
October 26, 9:00a – 5:30p
221 N. 1st St, San Jose

This one day event about blogging, forums, and media will celebrate the best in blogging around the world.  Come and learn from the best!  More information at http://themediaawards.com and get your 20% off discount using code “Cassp

20% off – CrowdConf2011
November 2, 8:30-5:30pm
Mission Bay Conference Center

CrowdConf is the first and leading conference on crowdsourcing and the future of distributed work. CrowdConf brings together an international audience of scholars, executives, policy makers, artists, and technologists for a day of learning, conversation, and networking. Discussions will include latest research findings and real-world applications of crowdsourcing, from policy and government to the arts to crisis relief to task design and worker incentives. For those looking to learn more, be sure to join us one day prior to the main event by attending one of these two workshops.  CrowdConf2011 will be held in downtown San Francisco. Be sure to book hotel accommodations early and take advantage of all that this charming city has to offer.  More information at http://crowdconf.com and use code “WWFLR” for 20% off!

.SAN FRANCISCO EVENTS:

HTML5 Developers Conference
Sept 27, 9:00a – 6:00p
The Westin Hotel

Get ready for the new wave of websites, apps and games. The HTML5 Developers Conference brings you the lastest from the masterminds defining HTML5 and JavaScript as well as applying the technologies for a new generation of cross platform web and mobile apps and games.  For more information, check out html5devconf.com

Startup Exits Seminar
September 27th, 5:30 – 9:30pm
Greenberg Traurig

We’re back– bigger, badder, and better than ever with the third Startup Exits: Early Stage M&A event.  Join leaders in corp. dev from some of the highest acquiring companies in the bay area to learn what they are looking for, what founders should expect, and the most common mistakes they see made.  We’re a crowd of top founders, so be sure to reserve a slot now!  More information at http://startupexits.com

Eric Ries at the Commonwealth Club
September 27th, 6:30 – 9:30pm
Commonwealth Club

Starting one, working for one, going public with one – startups seem to be the thing to do in SF. But how do you make your startup great? Ries, the guru behind the “Lean Startup” sensation, asks: Is your startup employee-centric and knowledge-obsessed? Is your company functioning at optimal efficiency? Is your office a fun place to work? Ries will reveal what he believes to be the necessary hard facts that lead to a successful startup.  Lean more at http://www.commonwealthclub.org/events/2011-09-27/eric-ries-principles-lean-startup

EcoTuesday₋ Participant’s “Pitch Night!”
September 27th, 6:30 – 9:30p
Temple (540 Howard St.)

EcoTuesday, a unique, structured monthly networking event for sustainable business leaders held concurrently in nine cities across the country, will feature a “Pitch Night” for 10 lucky participants this month! This is a great way for you to share the highlights of your company, practice your “elevator pitch” and get feedback from others. EcoTuesday always attracts a roomful of supportive and motivated business leaders, so this will be a great venue to refine your company’s story. Plus, we have a wonderful raffle prize that we will be giving away to one lucky person at the end of the night! RSVP at http://www.meetup.com/San-Francisco-EcoTuesday/

55% off – Scale and Attract Superstars
September 28th, 5:30 – 8:30p
Greenberg Traurig (153 Townsend)

Learn How to Scale and Attract Superstars from Alain Chuard (Wildfire Interactive), Lee Linden (Tapjoy), and Ravi Mohan (Shasta Ventures) and participate in “hot seat” to get your real-life challenge solved by them. Wednesday, Sept. 28th at 7PM in San Francisco. 55% off general admission with code “55OFF.”
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SF NewTech
September 28th, 5:30 – 10:30p
Mighty Bar

Join one of San Francisco’s biggest tech meetups as they dive into Innovations in Commerce this time around.  Featuring guests like PayPal, eBay, Magento, Rapleaf, Offermatic, Stella & Dot, and more.  Learn more at http://sfnewtech.com

Vator Splash SF

September 29th, 4:00pm – 12:00m
Cafe du Nord

The Splash event, hosted by Vator, is a single-track evening event and startup competition. Splash gathers leading entrepreneurs, innovators and financiers across technology to inspire and energize the audience about entrepreneurship and innovation.  Splash brings together high-caliber speakers who talk about how to build and scale great successful companies, how their industries are changing and the opportunities those changes are creating.  More information at http://vator.tv/events/splash-sept-2011

$15 off – Uncut & Uncensored: Must-Have Career Tips for Women in the Workplace
October 3,  5:30 – 7:00pm
pariSoma @ 169 11th St, SF
In today’s workplace, women are underrepresented in many key fields and positions. For example, women hold just 15% of corporate office positions and make up only 2.2% of Fortune 500 CEOs, while an astounding 52% of female talent drops out of technical careers between the ages of 35 and 40. In this class, Nita Kaushal, founder of Miss CEO, will examine why this is the case, what you can to do to help reverse this trend, and how you can ensure you are on the right trajectory for professional success.  For more information, check out http://womenworkplaceparisoma.eventbrite.com/?discount=WebWallflower

Hipster Launch Party
October 6th, 7:00 – 11:00pm
Mighty Bar

Our team is super excited about the product, and we can’t wait to share it with you! The Hipster launch party will be a great opportunity for you to both use the product in the wild, and have a great time doing so! Specifically, our party is going to feature: Hourly party bus tours of San Francisco, so you can use the product in it’s natural habitat (your city). Entertainment from top local DJs. San Francisco’s best food trucks, waiting to feed you right outside the party. Some of the tech world’s best and brightest, ready to celebrate Hipster with you. We can’t wait to see you there!  More information at http://hipster.eventbrite.com

Women 2.0 Founder Friday
October 7th, 6:00 – 9:00p
Press Club

Founder Friday is a Women 2.0 monthly networking event organized in partnership with like-mikded organizations and individuals.  We bring together leading female founders from the bay area community to mix and mingle and make business happen.  For more information, check out http://founderfridaysf.eventbrite.com/

15% off – The Lean User Experience Residency
October 7, 10:00a; runs weekly Fridays through December 16th
LUXr Studio: (3435 Cesar Chavez, Ste 225)

The Residency is a 10-week product design program that guides teams as they implement Lean Startup in their organization, with an emphasis on developing a strong product team and exceptional user experience. In each Residency, 5 teams come together at the LUXr studio one day a week to work on their products with the help of UX and Lean Startup experts. The Residency gives you structured time to develop your product, aligns your team around solid principles of customer development, and embeds good user experience thinking into your company. Residency alumni close funding, win awards, disrupt categories, and gain traction quickly.  Learn more and get 15% off at http://luxrfall2011sec2.eventbrite.com/ and use code “Webwallflower

Android Open Conference
October 9th – 11th
Hyatt Regency

The Android juggernaut is gaining force and momentum. Android is now the dominant smartphone platform, rocketing past the iPhone and Blackberry. And the opportunity goes beyond phones—Android is powering tablets, set-top boxes, and a host of new embedded and connected devices. Android Open is the first conference to cover the entire Android ecosystem. If you’re building apps, customizing platforms, or marketing Android products, you’ll find both deeply practical information and actionable insight at this new conference from O’Reilly.  More info at http://androidopen.com

X.commerce Innovate Conference
October 12th – 13th
Moscone Center

On Oct 12, developers, entrepreneurs, and industry experts will convene for 2 days with eBay, PayPal, Magento, GSI Commerce and others to share solutions, code, and camaraderie.  This is X.commerce:  Powered by trusted, global leaders in the commerce space – eBay, PayPal, Magento, GSI Commerce, and other best of breed partners – X.commerce delivers tools developers need to build new and better end-to-end commerce solutions in a single, flexible, open environment.  For more info, check out http://innovate-conference.com/

50% off - PR for Bootstrapped Entrepreneurs
October 12th, 5:30 – 8:00pm
pariSoma Innovation Loft

The founders of MightyPR offer solid tips on the best ways to reach bloggers, reporters, and other influencers using email, Twitter, and the old-fashioned telephone.  We will share our experience doing this for the past 36 years (collectively) and set you on the right path to make connections with people you want to reach.  For more information, check out http://entrepreneurprparisoma-newsletter.eventbrite.com/ and use code “webwallflower”

$20 off – The Art of Curation: Be a Key Resource in the Digital Age
October 17, 24 & 31, 5:30 – 8:00pm
pariSoma @ 169 11th St, SF
Come join Axelle Tessandier, Head of Marketing at the publishing-by-curation platform, Scoop.it,  as she teaches a 3-class series full of practical information, tips and tools on how to become a great curator on nowadays technological age. She will use journalism, blogging and education examples as a medium to exemplify her class content. Attend the whole series of sessions or just one of the sessions, there are no prerequisites for any except thirst for curation learning! Axelle will make sure to make room at the end of all sessions for your questions. Get $20 off when you book a ticket for the complete 3-class series.

OLPC San Francisco Community Summit 2011
October 21st – 23rd
SFSU Downtown Campus

OLPC Community Summit is a community event that will take place on October 21-23 at the SFSU Downtown Campus. It brings together educators, technologists, anthropologists, enthusiasts, champions and volunteers. We share stories, exchange ideas, solve problems, foster community and build collaboration around the One Laptop per Child project and its mission worldwide. The event is a combination of panel discussions, “Birds of a Feather” sessions, speed-geeking and much more! The event is hosted by the OLPC San Francisco volunteer community. $40 for Admission. $20 for Students. Please register at http://olpcsf2011.eventbrite.com/

FailCon 2011
October 24th, 9:00a – 6:00p
Hotel Kabuki, SF

FailCon is a one-day conference for over 450 technology entrepreneurs, investors, developers and designers to study their failures and prepare for success.  As an entrepreneur, you will inevitably encounter failure; it is overcoming it that is the biggest challenge. At FailCon, we help you do just that. Join founders and partners from MySpace, Uber, Cuil, Airbnb, Khosla Ventures, MindJolt, KISSmetrics, PBworks, Second Life, Mohr Davidow Ventures, and more as share advice on how to reach success.  For more information, check out http://thefailcon.com and use code “webwallflower” for 20% off!

20% off – Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference
October 25-26, 2011
Mission Bay Conference Center, SF, CA

On October 25-26, 2011 and with the sponsorship of Google, Facebook, Skype, Mozilla, Yahoo! and others, our friends at Access (a global movement premised on the belief that political participation and the realization of human rights in the 21st century is increasingly dependent on access to the internet and other forms of technology http://accessnow.org) are proud to present The Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco.  We are happy to be able to provide our friends with a 20% discount to this amazing conference.  Register with with the code “CassVIP” @ https://www.rightscon.org/register

TecHalloween
October 30, 2011 6p.m. – 10 p.m.
Horizon Lounge

Its Halloween party planning time! EventsForNerds invites you on October 30 for a TecHalloween adventure! Live bands, awesome dj’s, costume contests for the best tech costume, and more!  Early bird tickets are only $5!!! More information at http://www.techalloween.com

20% off – CrowdConf2011

November 2, 8:30-5:30pm
Mission Bay Conference Center
CrowdConf is the first and leading conference on crowdsourcing and the future of distributed work. CrowdConf brings together an international audience of scholars, executives, policy makers, artists, and technologists for a day of learning, conversation, and networking. Discussions will include latest research findings and real-world applications of crowdsourcing, from policy and government to the arts to crisis relief to task design and worker incentives. For those looking to learn more, be sure to join us one day prior to the main event by attending one of these two workshops.  CrowdConf2011 will be held in downtown San Francisco. Be sure to book hotel accommodations early and take advantage of all that this charming city has to offer.  More information at http://crowdconf.com and use code “WWFLR” for 20% off!

.BAY AREA EVENTS:

20% off – SVASE Academy Startup Advantage
Starting September 27th; Weekly for 12 weeks
333 Dolphin Drive Ste. 400; Redwood City

You’ve got an idea, and you think it could be BIG!  You want to turn this into a business, and you need to get going FAST!  There’s a lot to get done – recruiting a top notch team, building the prototype, acquiring first customers, developing a scalable business model, raising venture capital, and a whole lot more.  So what are the key decisions you need to make, and how can you use these to your advantage, and leave the competition eating your dust?  Facilitated by Dave Epstein, serial entrepreneur, VC, angel and lecturer in entrepreneurship at USF, this focused program of 12 weekly interactive workshops will feature a host of top notch Guest Speakers and Mentors, including Steve Blank, serial entrepreneur, author, lecturer; Bill Reichert, Garage Technology Ventures; Jim Connor, entrepreneur, angel investor; and more!  More information and 20% off at http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=222923

Get Your Company “Street-Ready” for an IPO
September 28th, 7:00a – 9:30a
Rosewood Hotel, Menlo Park

As a venture-backed company tracking toward the public markets, getting the proper early attention from the financial community can boost your reputation and valuation. What is your plan to drive awareness, differentiate your company from competitors, and ultimately prepare the Street to receive your company? Join us to hear from a panel of recognized industry professionals: John McKenna, Cooley LLP; Alex Wellins, The Blue Shirt Group; and Derek Dowsett, Moss Adams LLP.  For more information, check out www.mossadams.com/StreetReady

Startup Grind Hosts Ben Parr
September 29th, 7:00 – 10:00pm
AOL, Palo Alto

Ben Parr is the Editor-at-Large of Mashable, Inc. and has been writing for Mashable since August 2008. He has completed his first sci-fi novel, Desel, and was a graduate of Northwestern University where he earned a B.A in Science in Human Culture, Political Science and Business.  Learn more at http://www.meetup.com/Startup-Grind/

Silicon Valley Connect 2011
September 29, 9:00a – 8:30p
Computer History Museum, Mountain View

Local entrepreneurs and startups – come meet international entrepreneurs from Australia, Sweden, China, Germany, Canada and more at Silicon Valley Connect 2011. Full-day conference on local startup business strategies designed to maximize getting connected to the right people to help your business succeed. Fireside chat with Sizhao “Zao” Yang, Creator of Farmville (sold to Zynga), followed by cocktails and networking. Cost is $299, but register as “Member” since you read WebWallflower and get in for $229!  More info at http://www.ccice.org/siliconvalleyconnect2011registration.html

Women Empowering Tech Conference
October 2 – 4th
San Jose, CA

There is no more efficient use of your time than attending the WITI Women Powering Technology Summit which includes:Corporate, smart, educated, professional, global, tech savvy women and men representing multiple industries with diverse experiences and perspectives shared in keynote presentations, panel discussions and executive roundtables.  A welcoming networking environment specifically designed to help you build and expand your connections – and WITI knows that building strong connections is central to achieving your goals in your business, careers and profession.  For more information, check out http://www.witi.com/center/conferences/2011/summit/

East Meets West: Cloud Computing for the Masse
October 4th, 7:45a – 5:00p
Olympus Mons Tech Talk, Building CL4, Mountain View

Cloud computing isn’t a new concept, but there’s little doubt that we are quickly moving closer to a cloud-based computing model. Questions about security and privacy have been raised, but these uncertainties don’t seem to be changing consumer behavior. This year’s AAMA Connect Asia Conference will explore the different ways cloud computing has reached the masses through multiple channels.  More information at http://www.123signup.com/register?id=cfkdp

Silicon Valley Code Camp
October 8 – 9th
Foothill College, Los Altos Hills

Code Camp is a new type of community event where developers learn from fellow developers. We also have developer related topics that include software branding, legal issues around software as well as other topics developers are interested in hearing about. All are welcome to attend and speak.  Code Camp is a new type of community event where developers learn from fellow developers. We also have developer related topics that include software branding, legal issues around software as well as other topics developers are interested in hearing about. All are welcome to attend and speak.  More information at http://www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/

Edu-Tech
October 13th, 7:00p – 9:00p
pariSoma Innovation Loft

Any developer worth their salt needs great partners to beta-test their product. In edtech, the ideal beta-testers are teachers, who are pretty darn busy. How do we help deserving startups find and work with great teacher-beta testers? What should be the expectations and responsibilities of both groups? Let’s hash it out — with a fabulous panel of contributors including Alan Louie, cofounder of edtech incubator ImagineK12, Mick Hewitt, Co-Founder/CEO at MasteryConnect, Jack West, high school physics teacher & blogger, and Ben Chun, high school teacher at Galileo HS in SF.  The discussion will be moderated by Betsy Corcoran of EdSurge.  More information at http://www.meetup.com/edu-tech-innovators-sf/

20% off - The World Media Awards
October 26, 9:00a – 5:30p
221 N. 1st St, San Jose

This one day event about blogging, forums, and media will celebrate the best in blogging around the world.  Come and learn from the best!  More information at http://themediaawards.com and get your 20% off discount using code “Cassp

$100 off - App Developers Conference
October 26-27
Santa Clara, CA

The App Developers Conference is the essential event for everyone building and selling apps for emerging devices. From smart phones to smart cars, applications and connectivity are driving the consumer application market forward at warp speed. This event brings development professionals together with the platforms, tools, services, and brand marketers that are working to connect people, places and things. Big players like Pandora, Yahoo, Ford, Samsung and TeleNav are planning to share what they are working on and show developers how they can get involved.More details are available here: http://appdevconf.engagedigital.com/ and use code “failvip” for $100 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/

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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