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This article was published on January 30, 2012


    In Chicago? If you aren’t heading to Technori’s Pitch event tomorrow you are missing out

    In Chicago? If you aren’t heading to Technori’s Pitch event tomorrow you are missing out
    Alex Wilhelm
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    Alex Wilhelm is a San Francisco-based writer. You can find Alex on Twitter, and on Facebook. You can reach Alex via email at [email protected] Alex Wilhelm is a San Francisco-based writer. You can find Alex on Twitter, and on Facebook. You can reach Alex via email at [email protected]

    Astute TNW readers in Chicago: If you haven’t yet attended one of Technori’s Pitch events, you have missed out. Happily, the next edition of Pitch is tomorrow night, and there are about 1% of tickets left for sale. If you move quickly, you can still get in. It’s only $15 to attend, so don’t worry about your checking account.

    Pitch is a recurring showcase of what the brightest minds in Chicago are building. TNW has attended Pitch in the past, and will be on site tomorrow. We enjoy the event so much that this time cycle we’ve signed on as a media sponsor. We’ll be covering the best of what is on stage tomorrow night to share with our international audience.

    Opening tomorrow is a keynote by Kevin Willer, followed by pitches by Moosejaw, Leap Year Project, AttorneyFee.com, GeoRama, and Phaxio. More information about the event, and specifically what will be happening tomorrow can be found here. Previous pitchers include Junto, which we have written about several times.

    If you are new to Chicago, Pitch is a great event to meet the rest of the local tech community. If you can’t get a ticket this time, be sure to get in earlier the next time around. That’s it for now, see you all there.