Structure, GigaOM’s flagship conference, returns on June 23rd and 24th for two days of deep insight into the cloud computing industry. Taking place at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco, it promises to be our best Structure conference yet.
A new feature this year is the Startup LaunchPad. Held at the end of the first day, this is where our selection of the 10 best startups or major product launches take the stage. From the chips that power the compute clouds to the broadband that transports the computation and the software that ties it all together, cloud computing is creating a fundamental shift in how we think about and buy computing services, and if your startup is going to be one of the major disruptors, we want to hear from you.
Here are some reasons why you should submit your startup for the LaunchPad:
- You will get to pitch your product and service — preference is given to those launching at Structure 2010.
- You will be presenting in front of venture capitalists, journalists and your potential future customers.
- Your presentation will be streamed live — we had more than 5,000 unique viewers for Structure 09.
- You will be given three passes to the conference, where you’ll get to rub shoulders with Paul Maritz of VMware, Erich Clementi of IBM, Marc Benioff of Salesforce.com and many, many more — take a look at the full schedule.
So do it — enter your startup for consideration in the Structure 2010 LaunchPad today. Full details and the entry form can be found here.
Not part of a startup? Then you should attend in order to find out what cloud computing has to offer. Click here to get $100 off your ticket. But hurry — this event will sell out!
Structure 2010 also represents a great way to directly address one of the most influential tech audiences anywhere. Call Mike Sly at (415) 235-0358 to find out how your company can exhibit.