Hard to believe that it’s been almost 7 months since DemoCamp Toronto 18. It’s just crazy.
How to attend?
Everyone needs a ticket. You can register for a ticket at EventBrite.
Space at the venue is limited. And this is an iterative process. We’re trying to figure out how to make this work.
There are essentially 5 types of tickets:
- Student – Must be enrolled in a full-time academic program, and you must be of legal drinking age as the event is happening in a bar.
- Early-bird – Access to view the demos.
- Regular – Access to view the demos.
- Sponsor – Logo on the site, 2 tickets to view the demos.
- Networking Only – No access to view the demos.
What the hell is the networking only?
After the disaster that was perceived as paid seating at DemoCampToronto18, we are separating the networking and the demos. This time we really are going with paid access to the demo floor.
The networking will happen on the first floor. The demos will be happening on the second floor. The second floor is limited to 80 people. This will hopefully allow the audience to be a little quieter and give people the opportunity to listen and watch.
How to present?
All presentations are 5 minutes long. There are 2 types of presentations:
- Demos – maximum 2 slides and a functioning software or web application demo. Hardware and mobile demos are allowed however, please discuss with me.
- Ignites – 20 slides that advance automatically every 15 seconds
Basically drop me a note (I’m david at this domain dot ca), I’m hoping to have our Strutta submissions up and running soon. The biggest thing is to tell me why incredibly connected, informed and engaged people will care about what you have to say.
Sarah Baird from Interactive Ontario has offered up 3 passes and a session (3×15 minute presentations) for the best presentations at The Interactive Exchange: IN09 conference.
There are some other door prizes including a ticket to MeshU.
When and where is it?
It’s a secret. Do you know the handshake? Seriously relax!
DemoCamp Toronto 19 is happen on March 3, 2009 at The Imperial Pub.
Who should attend?
DemoCamp is a social event. Cocktails and startup demos for designers, developers and marketers in Toronto.
Bring out your dead.
Run what ya brung.
There is a lot of cool software, applications, campaigns and other things happening in Toronto. DemoCamp is a way to bring out the designers, developers, marketers, funders and everyone else associated with early-stage technology and emerging companies. Attendees tend to be interested in technology, design and entrepreneurship.