9.10: SF New Tech : Brian Solis & WTF?, AT&T, Scoop.it, Fiverr, PandaDoc, WebKite, Totango, more!
Tuesday, September 10, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 11:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
7:30 pm - LIVE DEMOS & DISCUSSIONS
Brian Solis, Author
Myles will interview Brian about his latest book, "What's the Future of Business?". The future of business comes down to shared experiences. And it is these shared experiences that can often trump your product or service. In his new book, best-selling author Brian Solis explores the importance of experiential design and how to navigate the evolving landscape of new consumerism. What’s the Future of Business focuses on four distinct moments of truth and examines how customer behavior unfolds and flourishes in the new world. http://www.wtfbusiness.com
Scoop.it is a better way to organize and share ideas that matter. A robust publishing hub, Scoop.it lets users easily discover, publish and share relevant content on topics of expertise helping them build a smarter online presence. http://www.scoop.it // @scoopit
Chris McConnell, Dir of Business Development, Emerging Devices
AT&T's Emerging Devices team will be on site to demo some of their newest stuff. http://www.att.com/wireless4sf // @att
Jennifer Neeley, Digital Strategist
Fiverr is the world's largest marketplace for gigs and services starting at $5.
http://www.fiverr.com // @fiverr
Eric Silver, Founder & CEO
The WebKite platform has made advanced decision and search technology available to hundreds of sites, empowering everyone from web designers to the person down the street who wants to build a great store locator, directory, product review page, or any other data-focused site. WebKite is the CMS that makes data-centric & profitable publishing easy, intuitive, and accessible to anyone with an idea. http://www.webkite.com // @webkite
Mikita Mikado, Co-founder
Send, receive, negotiate and sign documents online. Fast and easy. http://pandadoc.com // @ThePandaDoc
Guy Nirpaz, CEO
Totango helps SaaS/cloud software companies understand how exactly their customers are using their product -- not only to create a better product experience and better customer engagement, but also to impact metrics such as trial conversions, customer success, and user onboarding. http://www.totango.com // @totango
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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.
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