TechStars Seattle is coming to S.F.

Join us for Open Coffee and Happy Hour

Andy Sack and TechStars Seattle founders would like to invite you to meet TechStars Seattle Nov.8

Slightly-Open Coffee

Thursday, Nov. 8th 2012 at 8:30-10am

Twilio HQ, 501 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA

The TechStars Seattle 2012 class is traveling down to San Francisco fresh from their Demo Day in Seattle on Nov. 1. This is a chance for Bay Area investors to casually connect with our Seattle teams and learn about their businesses.


Please email linsey.battan@techstars.com to confirm your reservation.


Looking forward to seeing you there!

Happy Hour at the Press Club

Thursday, Nov. 8th 2012 at 4-7pm

20 Yerba Buena Lane

San Francisco, CA

Look out for the TechStars Happy Hour sign!

Here's a brief intro to the teams you'll be meeting...

Apptentive: The easiest way for every company with an app to talk to their customers.


Email: founders@apptentive.com

Bizible: Closing the marketing loop for the Fortune Five Million. Finally.


Email: founders@bizible.com

Glider (formerly Superb.ly): Changing the way teams work together to get deals done.


Email: founders@glider.com

LeanPlum: Optimizing the long-term value of users in mobile games.


Email: founders@leanplum.com

Linksy: Identify and mobilize influencers.


Email: founders@linksy.me

Maptia: Building a beautiful discovery engine for places.


Email: founders@maptia.com

MobileDevHQ: Enabling app marketers to get more downloads by understanding and improving their organic app marketing.


Email: founders@mobiledevhq.com


Nveloped: Delivering secure email directly to a recipient's inbox without complicated plugins or portals.


Email: founders@nveloped.com

Sandglaz: The simplest way to collaborate and plan.


Email: founders@sandglaz.com

Tred: Test drives delivered.


Email: founders@tred.com

About TechStars

TechStars is the #1 startup accelerator in the world. We’re very selective – Although thousands of companies apply each year, we only invest our money and time in about ten companies per program location. We have selection rates lower than the Ivy League, so you have to be among the best of the best to earn investment from TechStars.