We are excited to be hosting another New York Tech Cocktail startup and entrepreneurial mixer event in one of the most exciting places for startups in the US. Join us for an evening of fun mingling with other technology enthusiasts, investors, designers, developers, bloggers and entrepreneurs as we showcase a dozen or so local technology companies and take a closer look at their latest achievements. And of course, cocktails will be on hand!
Helping Startups Get Exposure – Tech Cocktail offers a handful of startups an opportunity to show off in an expo-style to the rest of the NYC entrepreneurial community for free. Application is now closed. The following startups will be featured at this mixer:
When: Wednesday, September 21, 2011 - 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. EST
Where: General Assembly, 902 Broadway, 4th floor
What: A "cocktail" of tech enthusiasts
Price: $15 early bird, $20 standard ticket, $25 last minute - tickets are nonrefundable
(You must be 21+ to attend)
Thank you to our gracious sponsors:
Title Sponsor: After10
Title Sponsor: X.commerce
Gold Sponsor: ServicePerks
Gold Sponsor: Voxel
Community Sponsor: AOL
About Tech Cocktail: Founded in 2006 as a simple community-building event, Tech Cocktail has morphed over the years into a full-fledged tech news blog and media company with fans, followers and supporters across the globe. Tech Cocktail has hosted local mixers, breakfasts, conferences, festivals and other events across the country that have attracted thousands of attendees, helping entrepreneurs as they showcase their latest achievements and the local technology communities they live in. Working with Tech Cocktail has helped start-ups across the country find employees, co-founders, funding and even become acquired.
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Tech.Co is a media company focused on better connecting, educating and amplifying the start-up technology community and showcasing the latest tech innovations.
Tech Cocktail events, produced by Tech.Co, are aimed at helping build and strengthen local tech start-up communities. During past mixer events we've had companies find employees, co-founders, funding and some start-ups have even been acquired. We love it when that happens.