Are you building a killer mobile product that is going to change the world? Do you want feedback on your pitch from some top VCs and me? In order to find the very best startups and products for DEMO Mobile in April (apply here), I am embarking on a short DEMO Tour next month in partnership with Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins, and First Round Capital.
The concept is simple: we will take over a conference room at each VC firm and hear pitches from ten mobile startups. Each startup will then receive feedback on how to make their pitch better from both DEMO and a partner from the hosting VC firm. This is a terrific opportunity to meet some of the smartest investors in tech and strut your stuff in front of them. All meetings will be private and confidential. In addition to the feedback session, select participants will be invited to launch at DEMO Mobile in April.
In order to qualify for the DEMO Tour, you need to be working on a mobile product ready to launch next April. Mobile is defined rather broadly to include not just mobile apps for smartphones and tablets, but also devices, services that take advantage of mobile data, robotics, and new vehicles. Apply below for slots at each stop on the tour.
- DEMO Day at Andreessen Horowitz, Menlo Park, CA-December 5, 2012, Apply for a Meeting Today
- DEMO Day at Kleiner Perkins, Silicon Valley, CA – December 6, 2012- Apply for a Meeting Today
- DEMO Day at First Round Capital, New York, NY – December 13, 2012- Apply for a Meeting Today
Hi, what about startups in Israel? Is it possible to apply and to pitch via Skype?
If you cannot make one of the Tour dates in person, you can apply directly for DEMO Mobile here: https://www.etouches.com/ereg/newreg.php?eventid=50263&
When do we hear if we got one of the slots? Thanks!
By tomorrow. Please stand by.
I applied Nov. 30 because I saw you extended the deadline. Did you get a chance to review my app?
what about startups in Liberia? Is it possible to apply and to pitch via email?
Hi! what about startups in Liberia?
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