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echelon 2010 – Bigger, Better, Badder

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echelon 2010 – previously known as UnConference Singapore – is back.

If you weren’t there last year, UnConference Singapore 2009 was a massive hit and featured many local and regional startups that went on to make their mark. One of the startups which first showcased their solution at the web technology event, Socialwok.com (we interviewed co-founder Yong Ming Guang here), later even hit the news at Techcrunch50 Conference 2009 as a Demopit winner.

echelon 2010 – The Premier Web Technology Event in Asia

echelon 2010, which aims to position itself as the premier web technology event in Asia, is taking place over two days on the 1st and 2nd of June at matrix@biopolis.
The event will feature keynotes, panel discussions, case studies, pitching sessions and exhibitions spread out over two days, covering areas such as social media monitoring, enterprise web, mobile applications and social networking, and many more (you can find the two-day schedule here). The key highlight – to me, at least – is likely to be entrepreneur and investor Dave McClure, who will be giving the keynote address at the event.
Startups – Exhibit at echelon 2010!
Startups who showcased at UnConference Singapore 2009.
If you’re from a web or technology startup, echelon 2010 is looking for 50 startups to showcase their products. It’s a good way to spread more awareness of your product or service to like-minded individuals and companies. Who knows – you may just find your next investor, business partner, sales lead, or future employee there.
You can apply to feature your startup at echelon 2010 here. The deadline is 31st March, so apply soon.
Disclaimer: Young | Upstarts is a media partner for echelon 2010.


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