Get Early Access to TNW Index by Becoming a Curator

Get Early Access to TNW Index by Becoming a Curator

Last month we unveiled our new secret weapon, TNW Index, here on The Next Web. In case you missed it, Index is our social database that can be used to track the news and activity of companies, cities, and markets that you are interested in. What started as a tool for our editors now offers everything you need to stay up-to-date – whether you’re a founder, investor, blogger or just a startup enthusiast.

That reveal was also just a teaser for a product that is currently in closely guarded beta. If your interest was piqued and the question “What is it like?” keeps you up at night, we’ve got good news for you!

We are looking for curators to help monitor and organize content. You can help us make TNW Index the most valuable and informative tool it can be. The best part? Curators will get early access!

TNW Index Market Page

What does a curator do, you ask?

Curators will be select users who ensure that information is up-to-date and accurate. They will follow coverage and acquisition, and help our team to find interesting companies to bring into the Index fold.

We are looking for startup-savvy, news-hungry tech enthusiasts who are involved with their local startup scene. Like the forum moderators of old, curators will be the most well-informed of users whose contribution will be proudly displayed on their city and country pages.

If you think you can handle this kind of power and responsibility, and want to get an early look at Index to help us improve it, let us know by filling out this short and sweet form.

Curator roles are limited so if you think you’re the right person for the job, be quick to get in touch!

Apply to become a TNW Index Curator here.

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