OrderWithMe (tagline: group-buying from factories in China) emerged as victor of the Startup Battlefield at the fantastic TechCrunch Disrupt Beijing conference. Here’s an embed of the pitch deck they used–let it be an inspiration and resource for other entrepreneurs.
TechCrunch Disrupt Beijing was hands-down the best tech conference I’ve ever been to. Mad props to TechCrunch for pulling off such a feat with their first-ever international conference!
Here’s why Disrupt BJ 2011 rocked… I hope this can also serve as a Cliff-Notes for other conference organizers.
I frantically attempted to live-tweet (@klukoff) each one of the 46 presentations (60 seconds each) at the TechCrunch Hackathon in Beijing today. I’ve included a run-down of the winners–sliced and diced several ways–and my rapid-fire tweet rundown of all the hacks. CONGRATS to the winners and all who participated!
ALL hackers who finish their hacks AND present in the 24-hour allotted time period will get FREE tickets to Disrupt Beijing!
Co-organizer Red Pagoda [...]
For techies who’ve been living in a cave: TechCrunch is coming to China. For its first event in China, it’s partnered with Red Pagoda Resources on StartupWeekend Beijing, Oct. 21-23. [apply here]
For a preview of the StartupWeekend experience, check out my post on the 5 startups that emerged from the last one.
Girl 2.0 showcases female role models. Melora Zaner-Godsey says, “It’s about girls finding their voice and having confidence..”
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