NH TweetUp + DynTini
+ Disruptivate! After Party
Featuring the music of Joe Fletcher & The Wrong Reasons
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
5:30pm – 7:30pm
Wentworth Hotel in New Castle, NH
Join NHTweetUp, the NH Innovation Commercialization Center, and Dyn Inc as we celebrate Disruptive Innovation after the Disruptivate! 2012 Conference. This event combines the awesomeness of NH TweetUp and DynTini, and puts them together with the Disruptivation Nation for a truly rockin' after party!
NOTE: Registration for the day-long Disruptivate! 2012 Conference is encouraged but not required. Cash bar and light appetizers provided.
Want to spend the day at the premiere tech & innovation event of 2012?
Learn and network with new and seasoned entrepreneurs, startup enthusiasts, investors & VCs, creatives, marketers, technologists, and others.
You're invited to attend Disruptivate! 2012 for the special Early Bird price of just $99!
REGISTER TODAYfor $99 with discount coupon code tweetup20!
Disruptivate! 2012 After Party Sponsors:
What is Disruptivate! 2012?
Organized by the NH-ICC, Disruptivate! 2012 aims to become the premiere entrepreneurial event in New England, bringing together the region's most innovative entrepreneurs, creatives, technologists, and changemakers to celebrate the art and practice of "Disruptive Innovation."
Disruptivate! 2012 will feature three "all attendee" keynote sessions.
We will also showcase our "Top Six Disruptivators to Watch in 2012"- New Hampshire entrepreneurs that are blazing trails and bringing innovation that will reinvent certain markets.
The day also includes four "Executing Disruptive Innovation" workshops on topics like lean startup thinking, business plans, building your team, funding, and sales & marketing.
When & Where
NHTweetUp & NH-ICC
Disruptivate! 2012 is a project of the NH Innovation Commercialization Center. The NH-ICC is a 501(c)3 charitable organization founded in 2010. In partnership with the University of New Hampshire (UNH), our mission is dedicated to accelerating the development of early stage high technology startups and to the commercialization of UNH intellectual capital.