Are You A Bootstrapping Entrepreneur, Unemployed Or A Student? Here’s Your Chance To Attend PITCH NYC
You can now directly purchase a limited release of $300 conference passes for the November 14 Women 2.0 PITCH Conference.
By Sepideh Nasiri (Vice President of All Things Offline, Women 2.0)
We’re very excited about our upcoming PITCH Conference in New York on November 14. In an effort to provide opportunities for everyone to attend our conference, we have been releasing limited amounts of deeply discounted conference passes to applicants.
We’ve received many requests about the tickets. Here is the profile of people who should be receiving the deep discount:
- Startup founders and entrepreneurs who are working on a startup and are bootstrapping/lean
- Students who have an interest in entrepreneurship and technology
- General public with an interest in innovation, entrepreneurship, technology or startups!
To make this conference more accessible to our community, we have a new ticket type in Eventbrite to purchase a limited number of $300 conference passes to attend Women 2.0 PITCH NYC Conference on November 14 in New York.
This ticket includes access to the all-day conference packed with successful women entrepreneurs as speakers, the lunchtime mentoring or ecosystem introduction, watch the top 10 hottest startup pitches, and cocktail hour to follow. Additionally, if any startups are interested in demoing their product, we provide an opportunity at the Startup Demo Alley. You can purchase your demo table which includes two tickets.
If you have any questions or are interested in sponsorship opportunities, please email me at [email protected].
We’re looking forward to having the startup community at our conference on November 14 in New York – thank you to our sponsors Kauffman Foundation, L’Oreal Women in Digital, TechStars, Eventbrite, Rackspace, Kapor Capital and CNBC.
Women 2.0 readers: Are you coming to PITCH NYC? Let us know in the comments!
Photo credit: Stuart Pilbrow on Flickr.
Sepideh (“Sepi”) Nasiri is Vice President of All Things Offline at Women 2.0. Sepi started her career as a Managing Editor of a LA Global Magazine out of college. The written word has always been her passion. She is an avid technology enthusiast and a board member of several non-profits due to her passion for philanthropy. She is currently an advisor to several early-stage startups. Sepi launched her first app The Date Saver Platinum in 2010, a clean tech mobile app. Follow her on Twitter at @SepidehN.