Watch 500 Startups’ Demo Days Live This Week

Jess Erickson

February 04, 2013

3 hours. 30 startups. 700 of the biggest investors in tech. Our upcoming demo days are going to be nothing short of epic, and you’re invited to see the action live.

Starting this Wednesday, February 6th, you can watch the companies of Batch 5 pitch their hearts out by going to http://www.livestream.com/500startups.

You can watch all 3 of our demo day sessions online by heading to our Livestream page the following times:

Wednesday, Feb 6th at 1:00 pm, PST (Mountain View)
Thursday, Feb 7th at 6:30 pm, PST (San Francisco)
Friday Feb, 15th, 1:00 pm, PST (NYC)

You can also follow us @500Startups to hear exactly when pitches kick off.

We have an incredibly diverse range of companies presenting – you’ll see everything from instant Chinese translation to startups that revolutionize the construction industry. And all our companies have one thing in common: they want to change the world and kick ASS.


If you want to attend in person, apply here, and we’ll get back to you with more information shortly.

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