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Startups Wanted For Interop Las Vegas

Nominate your startup for a chance to participate in Startup Hot Seat at Interop Las Vegas 2015.

Information technology thrives on innovation to advance the state of the art, tackle thorny problems, and inject new ideas into the technology ecosystem. Startups play an essential role in bringing new ideas to IT.

Interop’s Startup Hot Seat showcases four enterprise-focused startups in a unique session at the Interop conference in Las Vegas. Attendees can hear directly from founders and executives, and ask hard questions to see if these innovators may be a good fit to help solve a problem or drive new business.

The Startup Hot Seat session, scheduled for Thursday April 30, gives each startup 8 minutes to describe the company and its product or service. Attendees and a panel of experts will also have a chance to question each presenter.

Startup Hot Seat is a unique opportunity for new companies to get in front of IT buyers, and for IT pros to get first-hand access to tech innovators.

If your startup is interested in participating, please see our submission form. Startups must be five years old or younger, focus on the enterprise market (no consumer products), and have either a shipping product/service or open beta.

Startup categories include cloud, virtualization, networking, security, storage, mobility and more.

You can find the submission form here. Startup Hot Seat participants are not required to exhibit at Interop. The nomination period is open through March 11, 2015. In late March we’ll announce the four startups that have been selected to participate.

Drew is formerly editor of Network Computing and currently director of content and community for Interop. View Full Bio

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