In less than four weeks the nearly 2000 entrepreneurs, investors, startup founders, designers, developers and startup resources will converge on downtown Memphis at the Memphis Convention Center for everywhereelse.co The Startup Conference. (less than 15% of the tickets sold zipcode to TN)
Arrival will be on a Sunday when all the attendees and investors (over 400 who’ve purchased tickets), will check out over 100 startups in our startup village (limited space still available see below). The startups in the village will also be part of a speed pitch contest with a $25,000 cash prize and other service prizes to boot.
The Global Accelerator Network will be on hand throughout the conference helping with three major panels, “What I learned in an accelerator”, an accelerator Managing Director panel, and the benefits of doing an accelerator. They’ll also be on hand at their booth to help startups find the right accelerator for their needs. (more here)
Bill Harris the former CEO of Paypal and Intuit will talk about adult supervision and turning startups back over to founders. He’ll also speak about his experience mentoring and advising some of the valley’s elite including the Paypal Mafia and some of the Facebook millionaires (and billionaires). (more here)
Scott Case CEO of Startup America will talk about his experiences helping cultivate startup regions for the Startup America Partnership. We’re sure he’ll also provide some of his great stories from building Priceline.com into the brand that changed the way travel is purchased.
FedEx will be on hand talking about how one man’s crazy entrepreneurial vision has turned into the largest logistics company in the world, and how it was grown right in Memphis Tennessee, the heart of everywhere else.
Mike Bott, the GM at The Brandery will provide a lecture on branding for startups. (more here)
We’re also having panels like “Kick Ass Female Founders From Everywhere Else”, “Raising money everywhere else” and several others.
We have a handful of speakers that will be announced next week after tickets go off sale, but we guarantee there hasn’t been one single venue conference in the country with as many attendees or with such unparalleled access to speakers, networking and investors as “everywhereelse.co The Startup Conference”.
There are still a handful of attendee tickets left that can be purchased below. We also have 5 Startup Village booths that can be purchased below as well. Tickets officially go off-sale on January 21. Don’t miss out on this unbelievable opportunity.