ReadWriteWeb Real-Time Summit East. As part of the value-packed activities that day, we'll have a post-lunch demo hour organized in an innovative format called Speed Geeking.On June 11 in New York City, Team ReadWriteWeb will convene some of the smartest people on the Web to talk about the state and future of real-time technology at the
This event is a follow-up to our successful ReadWrite Real-Time Web Summit in October in Mountain View, California. Leading real-time Web startup investor John Borthwick had this to say of that event: " [It] was excellent - friggin' great in fact. I hauled a handful members of my team across country for it and my only regret was that I didn't bring more of them. I'm looking forward to the next one." Don't you want to demo your startup at an event like that?
What People Say About RWW Events
Michael Nguyen, patent lawyer at Fenwick & West:
"I loved it so much, it was probably one of the most participatory, engaging and thought provoking experiences I've ever had at a conference. And as a lawyer I go to lots of them."
Violet Blue, sex educator and author:
"It was the best best best event I've been to in years, and I mean it. To be frank, I almost left ten minutes after I arrived, thinking that I was completely out of place. Turns out I was exactly in the right place all along. I left feeling completely energized about media, innovation, women in tech, new social models, and have so many new ideas about what I want to do next and what I want to get involved in. Now I'm staring at invites to keynote at a couple of tech events this year and hoping they're a fraction of the win that was the RWW Mobile Summit."
Ted Morgan, CEO of Skyhook Wireless (the company that powers wifi location tracking in the iPhone):
"The ReadWriteWeb Mobile Summit was a fantastic event to interact with all the key players in the mobile world during an intense day of participant driven sessions."
The speed geeking demo hour puts approximately 10 bleeding-edge startups at tables around the room, then gives participants five minutes to watch a demo and ask questions. When five minutes are up, everyone rotates and sees the next demo. It's fast-paced, but it's very effective and a lot of fun.
Would you like to get your startup in front of rotating small groups of industry leaders from all around the world? If you are building an application that leverage real-time Web or mobile technology, send an email to email@example.com with the phrase "speed geeking" in the subject line.
We'll pick 10 of the hottest apps we find, and if chosen you'll be able to participate in the excellent ReadWriteWeb Real-Time Web Summit East at no cost.
We hope you'll join us for the Real-Time Summit next month - and don't be shy about emailing us about your hot new startup. It'll be a great place to find inspiration, support and intellectual challenge.
Sign up now before ticket prices go up! We'll see you in New York City!