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Are you happy at your current job?  Have you ever dreamed of working for something and someone you believe in?  Have you dreamed of having an impact?  Of being heard?  Of being part of a small team that can get it done?  Have you ever dreamed of working for a startup?

The Techstars Smackdown is a unique event where 13 Techstars companies will pitch for YOU.  They’re hiring, they’re feisty, and on October 12th, they’ll battle it out in an attempt to lure you from your current role.  Companies will get 5 minutes convince you why it will be the best (or worst) career move you ever make.  Anyone caught wearing a suit or tie will be publicly accosted.

October 12th at 5:30 PM
Wolf Law Building, Wittemeyer Courtroom
NE Corner of Broadway & Baseline
Boulder, CO
Free – But registration is required. It will fill up!

Register for Techstars Smackdown in Boulder in Boulder, CO  on Eventbrite

5:30 PM Networking
6PM Startup Panel – “What it’s like to work for a startup” featuring Paul Berberian, CEO of OrbotixAlex White, CEO of Next Big Sound – and Eric Marcoullier, Co-CEO of OneTrueFan.
6:30 Company Pitches

Companies Presenting (in no particular order):
Vacation Rental Partner –  ScriptPad –  Rezora –  SendGrid –  Omniar –  StatsMix –  Spot Influence –  Graphic.ly –  Snapabug –  Next Big Sound–  Orbotix –  BlipSnipsOneTrueFan

Can’t attend, but still want to let the companies know you’re interested?  Send them a resume!
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The Techstars Smackdown is generously sponsored by:

Silicon Flatirons (http://www.silicon-flatirons.com)
CU-Boulder’s Silicon Flatirons Center is a donor-supported entity which helps connect the fabric of the Front Range’s software, Internet, and telecom entrepreneurship scene.  SFC’s objective is to help catalyze startups by connecting CU to the Mile High Tech emerging company community. SFC’s Entrepreneurship Initiative includes the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic, the Entrepreneurs Unplugged series, Crash Courses on entrepreneurship, hosting the Boulder New Tech Meetup, an annual March entrepreneurship conference, and working closely with partners across the CU campus to present the New Venture Challenge.

Nicole Glaros
Chief Innovation Officer at Techstars. She’s been with Techstars since its early days in 2009, has run 8 programs and has close to 90 companies in her portfolio. Follow Nicole at www.nearlynicole.com