Techstars, the global organization that has been supporting startups everywhere else since 2006, is gearing up for a return to the Eureka Park Marketplace at CES 2017 January 5-8 in Las Vegas. Techstars will present the Startup Stage for the fourth consecutive year.
The Techstars Startup Stage allows a place for startups, investors, executives, entrepreneurs and media to meet up and take in great talks, and lectures on topics relevant to today’s startup world including;
Fundraising: From Angel to Series A
How to find a path to invest
and talks about iOT, VT, robotics and healthcare
“Techstars executives will be participating in a variety of panels on the Startup Stage. Jenny Fielding, managing director for Techstars IoT, will lead a panel on the Internet of Things. Cody Simms, executive director of Techstars, will participate in a panel to talk about VC fundraising. Matt Kozlov, managing director of Techstars Healthcare, in partnership with Cedars Sinai, will participate on a healthcare focused panel. Ryan Kuder, managing director, will speak about VR and robotics. Ryan Brosher, managing director for Techstars Retail, in partnership with Target, will be hosting a panel on distribution channels.” they said in a statement.
They will also host the highly regarded Techstars annual pitch competition across a variety of startup verticals.
The Techstars Startup Stage is part of CES’ startup exhibit hall, Eureka Park. Now in it’s 6th year, Eureka Park has taken over most of the Sands Convention Center beneath the Venetian Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Eureka Park hosts 600 exhibiting startups, from across the globe. That’s up 100 startups from last year when Eureka Park hosted 500 startups from 29 different countries.
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