Win a Full Conference Pass to GROW 2013 in Vancouver

Posted by Knowlton Thomas

Local startup Strutta is giving away two full conference passes to the Grow Conference in August.

There are many marketing and technology conferences that pop up each year. It’s hard to find the ones that provide lots of opportunities to connect with the speakers and attendees and really help move my business forward. Grow Conference in Vancouver is one that truly stacks up," says Maura Rodgers of Strutta.

SEE ALSO: Four Ways GROW Conference Delivers Value to Investors and Entrepreneurs

"I have attended since the first event in 2010 and I have met top tier Silicon Valley investors, successful entrepreneurs and senior executives from Google, Facebook, Amazon, and DDB (to name only a few)," she continues. "The quality of the content and the people keep me coming back year after year."

RELATED: The GROW Conference: A Good Reason to Venture out of Silicon Valley

To enter, you must work for a tech startup or company. The deadline is August 1.

 

Company:
Strutta
Website:
http://www.strutta.com
Location:
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Strutta's industry leading technology connects brands with their target consumers through powerful social promotions. Its do-it-yourself tools allow agencies, brands and developers to easily create and manage interactive contests and sweepstakes. Strutta has powered award-winning promotions for top international agencies, Fortune 500 companies and small businesses. Clients include Microsoft, AirBNB, Edelman,... more


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Knowlton Thomas

Knowlton Thomas

Knowlton is the managing editor of Techvibes. Based in Vancouver, Knowlton has been published in national publications and has also appeared on television and radio. Previously he was an editor for New Westminster weekly The Other Press and served on its board of directors. When not working, Knowlton enjoys playing tennis, hiking, and exploring weird side streets. more



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