DEMO

Demo Fall
I’ve always had a soft spot for DEMO, a no-nonsense look at emerging technology. For years, Chris Shipley’s been doing a great job picking the new and interesting stuff. Gauge/Accrue had our time at DEMO, and it was greatly rewarding for both the exposure and the contacts we made.

DEMOfall ’05 starts today. I won’t be there, alas. But I notice that Web veterans ATG will be, demoing a new customer service application suite.

DEMO

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  1. Jonathan says:

    Unfortunately, as it’s gotten bigger, DEMO has gotten prohibitively expensive for early stage companies. Especially if you’re pre-revenue, it’s hard to justify dropping $25K in appearance fees, not to mention flight, hotels, etc.

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