NVCA Sponsoring 40 Startup Tickets for Mobile Madness NY on Dec. 4

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The madness is nearly upon us…mobile madness, that is. We’re only two weeks away from Mobile Madness New York, a half-day forum filled with interactive talks with some of the top names in mobile computing and innovation, from Android co-inventor Rich Miner (now at Google Ventures) to Roger Ehrenberg of IA Ventures to Zarly co-founder Eric Koester, former New York Times design director Khoi Vinh, and Robby Stein, CEO of Stamped, the first acquisition of new Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. Check out the full agenda and all our great speakers here.

Now, we’re thrilled to announce that the National Venture Capital Association is generously sponsoring 40 free tickets for those at startups who would like to attend this event—any startup less than three years old, and especially those affected by Hurricane Sandy.

You can grab your ticket by emailing [email protected] and telling us a little about your company.

We’ve all seen the devastation that Sandy left behind, and we know that startups were not immune to the effects of the storm. This is why we and the NVCA are also inviting you to nominate affected startups for these complimentary spaces. Just email [email protected] with the name of the company, a contact at the company (with email address), and why this startup should attend this event.

Don’t qualify for one of the free tickets? Don’t despair; you can still reserve a spot.

A huge thanks to the great folks at the National Venture Capital Association for their support!