Fancy going to Dublin but can’t justify a trip purely for pleasure? Why not take the opportunity to demo your startup, FREE, to a new audience at a Dublin Beta startup demo event on 30th April? Dublin Beta is a quarterly get-together of founders, developers, designers, students, investors and similar.
I haven’t been along to one of these events but John O’Rourke from the organising team has this to say:
“The event structure takes 12 early stage startups with a something to demo, puts them in the informal setting of a Dublin pub, and lets conversation flow over a few pints. Everyone who’s demoed with us so far has been blown away with the range of tough questions they’ve fielded on the night.
So far we’ve had two events with over 400 people at each. We’re gearing up for our third on April 30th. Since then the direction has morphed somewhat; we have positioned ourselves as an open platform for emerging startups to get quality community mentorship from various backgrounds. From a startup perspective there are no barriers to demoing, we don’t charge for the demo stand (its actually just a pub table) and there’s no powerpoint presentations. All a startup needs is good chat.”
If you’re interested in demoing then you can register via their website http://dublinbeta.com/ You can also find them on twitter: @dublinbeta
If you do wind up going along, please drop us a message on firstname.lastname@example.org to share your experience!