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Sports Tech Startup Pitch
Are you a sports tech startup looking to pitch your company in front of an audience and panel of expert VC and Angel judges? This is your chance. Meet, field questions, and get immediate feedback from investors. Our judges will have a special tie or interest in sports tech.
This event will have a special focus on Sports tech startups, with 3-5 slots available for marketplaces startups.
Who Should Apply?
We have several (5-7) spots available for innovative tech startups. Apply today for a chance to present your venture on stage! Applications are open until May 19 (Tuesday 11:59PM PST) - click below to apply!
Application Link: https://bit.ly/366kFu9
Not part of a startup?
Get tickets and join us! Pitch Your Startup Event is a great networking and learning opportunity.
Want to Judge?
Fill out our form today for a chance to preside as a judge in one of our monthly exclusive pitch events.
Application Link: https://bit.ly/383cfD5
Join Our Meetup Groups:
4:30pm PST - 4:35pm PST: Opening Remarks
4:35pm PST - 5:35pm PST: Pitch Your Startup to VCs & Angels
Edward Brennan - President & Board Member, CashBet (Sold to Novomatic/GreenTube; signed crypto-currency deal with British Soccer Team Arsenal)
Ed Brennan is an active angel investor, and is a member of the FundersClub. Ed also works with several syndicates on AngelList. Ed is currently an adviser at Tsingyuan Ventures and StartX, Stanford University's startup accelerator. Ed does advisory work for 20+ companies at various stages of development. He was US issued Master Patents 7772480, 8138409.
Ed was an early and key contributor at NexTag, the world’s largest comparison shopping company that eventually had a $1.2B exit in 2008. In 2002, Ed joined Placeware, and subsequently led the due diligence process in integrating the company into Microsoft. Exit price was $200M. In 1998, Ed joined Adobe where he worked with the CFO to cut costs ($100M Op Ex yr. over yr.). By fixing poorly run internal operations, he increased the market cap from less than $1B to $13B during his time there. Ed is a Board Member & Adviser at the Milt Olin Foundation. If you can, please donate.
Venue: Zoom (Event Link Will Be Provided In Your Confirmation Email)
San Francisco, CA 94105
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