Twilio is excited to be sponsoring StartupCamp Comm the second year in a row, where entrepreneurs in communications technologies pitch their products and services to an eager crowd of investors, industry leaders, developers, and media. They are looking for startup applicants now.
Apply to Pitch Your Startup
The organizers have put together an awesome package for participating startups. In addition to speaking at the fast-pitch event, you will be included in a video shoot, multiple marketing campaigns surrounding StartupCamp, and you’ll be able to work the ITEXPO exhibition floor from a your own table in the StartupCamp Pavilion.
StartupCamp is directed toward early-stage companies developing products, services, or applications that leverage or enable communications technologies and networks such as voice or SMS. Realizing you need to take advantage of this opportunity? Apply to participate here. To be accepted, your company must be less than three years old and privately or angel funded. Twilio-powered startups that have participated in previous StartupCamps include GroupMe and FastCall411. Best of luck and looking forward to seeing you in Miami.
If you have questions or would like to learn more, you can contact Larry Lisser, co-founder of StartupCamp, on Twitter @LarryLisser about this and other entrepreneurial cloud communications efforts.