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This article was published on March 15, 2009


    Last call for startup submissions for The Next Web Rising Sun Startup Rally

    Last call for startup submissions for The Next Web Rising Sun Startup Rally
    Patrick de Laive
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    Patrick de Laive

    CPO and co-founder, TNW

    Patrick de Laive is an experienced entrepreneur and daddy of Bo and Denne. He is co-founder of TNW and sporadicly invests in startups. He is Patrick de Laive is an experienced entrepreneur and daddy of Bo and Denne. He is co-founder of TNW and sporadicly invests in startups. He is a frequently asked speaker at (tech) events across the globe. Check his LinkedIn profile and @Patrick on Twitter for more information.

    Loads of startups have signed up for The Next Web Rising Sun Startup Rally already. This makes a lot of sense since it is a great opportunity to present your startup (at no costs) to the most influential European Internet crowd out there. This will boost buzz around your company, you’ll meet very interesting people (bloggers, journalists, peers, investors, decisions makers of big companies).

    Joining the rally means that we (the jury) will review your submission and 50 – 60 startups will be interviewed (via phone and skype) to end up with the 24 best and most promising startups that will present on main stage during The Next Web Conference. Even if you don’t make it to the final, we’ll show our appreciation to you for taking the time and energy to sign up. It takes only 10 minutes of your time and did I already mention that it is free….

    Submit your startup now. Today it is the last day we take on submissions.

    If you’ve a cool twitter app / company, make sure you check the special Twitter ecosystem session.