Loic Le Meur of Seesmic at StartupSF

After a small hiatus, the popular event StartupSF is now back! I’m pleased to announce that BizSpark is now a proud sponsor of this event series. We’re all about supporting the startup ecosystem in the Silicon Valley, and through this event entrepreneurs will have a great opportunity to connect with and learn from other entrepreneurs.


StartupSF will debut at its new location in Microsoft SF on June 4, 2009 from 6-9pm. And our guest speaker for this opening event is Loic Le Meur, Founder and CEO of Seesmic. Loic’s presentation is titled “How to Launch a Product with your Community” – learn first hand how to use various community building techniques to build your product, service or brand from the ground up.

Date: June 4th, 2009 (Thursday)

Time: 6-9pm

Location: Microsoft, 835 Market St, Suite 700, San Francisco, CA 94103

Registration Link: http://startupsf0609.eventbrite.com/ (see below for a chance to win free passes)

Price: $10 online in advance / $20 at the door (StartUpSF is a not-for-profit event with all proceeds going to charity. All proceeds from this event will be going to GreenPeace)

Note: Food & Drink included

Open Mic for Startups

A few startups will have the opportunity to utilize 5 minutes of “open mic” time to give their company’s elevator pitch, as well utilize demo tables where they can showcase their product or service. We are currently accepting applications for Demo Companies for this event and those interested should fill out the Contact Form over on StartUpSF.com.

Free Passes?

Would you like a free pass to StartupSF? I have a handful of passes, if you’d like one please email me: anand.iyer@microsoft.com. First come, first serve.

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