The free demo space at Techmanity 2014 is being offered to what they describe as the most dangerous and disruptive startups in technology today. That sounds like it’s right up 3D printing’s alley now doesn’t it?
Techmanity is described by organizers as the first official Silicon Valley technology and lifestyle event, and will feature two days of expert speakers, panelists and music events produced by Live Nation. The show will be taking place in San Jose on October 1-2. Startlandia is an exhibit at the show that will showcase some of the best and brightest new technology start-ups today. Selected start-ups will be given free demo kiosk space in the Startlandia exhibit where they will be front and center at the show.
“Startlandia is not your dad’s launch event,” explained Tom Hayes, Techmanity’s founder. “Techmanity is at the vanguard of a new design and innovation movement and Startlandia offers a first look at the next generation. If you want to see the future of Silicon Valley, come to Techmanity and experience Startlandia.”
The applications will be reviewed and selected by Tom Hayes himself; together with founder of Women in Tech Network, Marina Lee; and Macworld general manager, Paul Kent. The companies that are chosen will be given the space free of charge and simply need to apply by September 12th to be considered. Start-ups are encouraged to submit their application as soon as possible as they are being reviewed as they are received. Selections have already begun, and space is very limited.
If you think your startup is disruptive enough for Techmanity, then you can submit an application for the free Startlandia exhibit space here. Or you can find out more about the Techmanity show and purchase tickets here.