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Here's Your Chance to Pitch Silicon Valley This May

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A couple weeks ago, Growthink hosted the "Startup Success Secrets" expert teleseminar series. 

We assembled an impressive group of entrepreneurship experts, including Ken Yancey (CEO of SCORE), Ryan Allis (CEO of iContact), and Bambi Francisco of Vator.tv, among others.

If you don't recall, Vator.tv is an online community that allows entrepreneurs to showcase their ventures and communicate with customers, partners, and investors.  I fully recommend that you register at Vator.tv.  

But that’s actually NOT why I’m writing today...

Today, I'm writing to you about Vator's upcoming "Splash" showcase, where you'll have an opportunity to pitch Silicon Valley.

We're excited to say that we secured a 25% discount for you to attend the "Splash" Showcase, which will showcase 10 promising startups, and the hottest companies in commerce and social networking, as well as blue-chip venture capitalists.

On the evening of May 13, Thursday, in San Francisco, 10 seed- to early-stage companies selected by their peers will have the opportunity to pitch an audience of nearly 400 people including the Silicon Valley elite. These 10 companies will also have a high quality video of their presentation produced. 

In addition, Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, will talk about how he built and sold his company to Amazon for $1.2 billion, and Gurbaksh Chahal, CEO of gWallet, will talk about being a serial entrepreneur since the age of 16, and selling two companies for a combined $340 million. Additionally, venture capitalists from Founders Fund, August Capital, Mayfield and LightSpeed Ventures will be present.  

You can reserve a 25% discounted ticket or pitch table below when you use the discount code "Vatorgrowthink" here: http://vatorsplashmay.eventbrite.com/


And here's where you can submit an early-stage company to pitch: http://vator.tv/competition/vator-splash

 


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