4.24: SF New Tech with Foundersuite, MailUp, Venmo, Songnote, Directly & more!
Wednesday, April 24, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 11:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
LIVE DEMOS & DISCUSSIONS @ 7:30 pm
Massimo Arrigoni, CEO
How can businesses hit the Bulls-Eye? MailUp demonstrates how an ecommerce merchant leverages customer data and gets a higher ROI: using MailUp’s unlimited filters to create highly targeted and automated post-purchase messages. http://www.mailup.com // @mailup_us
Nathan Beckord, Founder
Foundersuite helps startup founders get sh*t done. Our software includes modules for Ideation & Validation, Corporate Housekeeping, Raising Capital, and Investor Relations, with more in the works. http://foundersuite.com/beta // @foundersuite
Juan Benitez, CTO
Venmo Touch is an easier way to pay on your mobile device. Consumers save their credit card in one mobile app and can checkout across any other app in the network with just one touch. https://venmo.com // @braintree
Heidi Darling, CEO/Co-founder
A fast, fun way to share a song+note from your mobile device, Songnote™ lets the music do the talking. http://www.getsongnote.com // @getsongnote
Antony Brydon, Founder & CEO
Directly helps you bypass inefficient customer service and go directly to the best experts in a company for help. Our community of crowdsourced experts come from inside the largest companies and use mobile apps to give you fast, personal attention. It’s the only service so good that people who use it volunteer cash tips and testimonials! http://www.directly.com // @directly
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SF New Tech
About SF New Tech
As seen in The Wall Street Journal & on ABC News, SF New Tech (SFNT) is a world-renowned live platform for technology startups to showcase their latest innovations in front of 100s of tech-minded founders, engineers, investors, media, and more.
Since Myles Weissleder, CEO, founded SFNT in 2006, over 700 companies have leveraged SFNT to launch or demo their new products, services, and features, including such internet luminaries Evernote, Waze, 23andMe, Flipboard, Twilio, Splunk and many other “pre-fame” startups.
As a cornerstone of the San Francisco technology community and as SF's largest, longest-running, and most-loved technology event, SFNT is laser-focused on putting innovators and their innovations in the spotlight in front of their peers -- and beyond.