StartupCampToronto 1 – Now taking submissions

startupcamplogo_small.pngWe have 3 slots remaining for startups to present at StartupCampToronto and we have decided to let the audience vote on who those companies will be.

StartupCamp is almost completely sold out, and in looking over the list of people who have tickets, I can see that it is a really high quality group. The mix of Startups, experienced entrepreneurs, experienced investors (both VC and Angel) as well as eager students, all has me feeling pretty excited and optimistic that there will be a lot of value in presenting at StartupCamp.

The primary benefit of presenting is that you will get candid feedback on your pitch from a crowd that is made up of both other entrepreneurs, experienced investors and people who have successfully exited their previous startups.

I know that when I was getting my first few startups off the ground, I would have loved the opportunity to have the core of my business plan assessed by such a great crowd.

  • http://www.tagiton.com Anthony Norejko

    Building on the concept of ?6 Degrees of Separation?, Tagiton facilitates and centralizes a user?s communication between their 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree of contacts. Recently launched.

  • http://www.tagiton.com Anthony Norejko

    Building on the concept of “6 Degrees of Separation”, Tagiton facilitates and centralizes a user’s communication between their 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree of contacts. Recently launched.