First Batch Of Deeply Discounted Bootstrapping Entrepreneur Tickets Released For Women 2.0 Conference 2013
Apply for a bootstrapping entrepreneur discount to attend Women 2.0’s 2013 Conference this February 14.
By Sepideh Nasiri (Vice President of All Things Offline, Women 2.0)
We have released a small batch of deeply discounted bootstrapping tickets for the Women 2.0 Conference on February 14 featuring the finalists of the PITCH SF 2013 Startup Competition. What this means is we have emailed a limited number of applicants a discount code (good for use until 11:55pm PST on Friday, January 18) and will be releasing another small batch of deeply discounted tickets in another two weeks.
We are excited to be able to support a limited amount of bootstrapping/lean startup entrepreneurs to attend the biggest Women 2.0 event of the year. Students can purchase a deeply discounted ticket as well. Women 2.0 Conference hosts over 800 attendees each year, uniting the entire startup/tech/business ecosystem o nurture and support the fastest-growing demographic in the startup space – women – as creators and consumers.
Women are an important part of “The Next Billion” – consumers, markets and products.
At the upcoming Women 2.0 Conference, both men and women working in technology (from early-stage startup to corporate) are invited to hear speakers share best practices, growth strategies and future trends in technology and business at the Women 2.0 Conference. Check out the full agenda and speakers here.
Apply for a bootstrapping entrepreneur discount to attend Women 2.0’s 2013 Conference this February, or check out the available ticket types here. There should be a way for you to find your way to join us on February 14!
Women 2.0 readers: Have you applied for a bootstrapping entrepreneur ticket? Will you be joining us on February 14? Let us know in the comments!
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.