MIT Sloan Buys 20 Tickets for Startups to Attend Mobile Madness—Claim Yours Now

With just under a week to go until Xconomy’s annual Mobile Madness conference, MIT Sloan Executive Education and The Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship have stepped up in a big way—purchasing 20 tickets for those at startups wishing to attend the event. Anyone wishing to claim one of the tickets should write right away to [email protected] telling us about your company (see requirements below).

Mobile Madness: The Next Disruptors will take place from 1:30-5:30pm Wednesday, March 19, at Microsoft’s New England Research and Development center in Cambridge.

We have a spectacular lineup that features Wayne Chang of Twitter, Jason Jacobs, the founder and CEO of FitnessKeeper, and Micah Adler, CEO of Fiksu, to name just a few of the all-stars taking part. And the wide range of speakers joining them will cover everything from how mobile will affect the automobile to payments, retail, connected devices, personal health, analytics, and much more.

It promises to be a fantastic event, and has sold out in each of the five previous years we have held it. Now the catch: The free tickets are only for those at startups less than 3 years old with fewer than 20 employees. To snag yours, e-mail us quickly at [email protected] and tell us just a bit about your company.

Alas, if you have already bought a ticket you cannot switch it out for one of the free ones. But you could possible grab another one for a colleague.

If you don’t qualify, tickets are still on sale here. We look forward to seeing you on March 19. And again, great thanks to MIT Sloan Executive Education and The Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship.

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