Press Release The Federal Government of Nigeria unveils DEMO-Africa 2014 Africa-7th March 2014 -DEMO-Africa has released the dates for the third annual DEMO Africa to be held between 22nd and 26th September 2014 in Lagos, Nigeria. The series of events will be hosted in collaboration with the Nigeria Federal Ministry of ICT, the LIONS@FRICA Partnership, […]
Technology continues to transform business in fundamental and surprising ways. On April 3, 2014, the world’s top enterprise founders, investors, CIOs, and press will gather at DEMO Enterprise in San Francisco to discover new technologies solving big problems. If you register to attend before the end of February, you can still get a ticket for the early-bird rate of $645 (full price is $800).
Two dozen new enterprise products will launch on stage across cloud, mobile, big data, commerce, DevOps, and health. Speakers will include computer scientist Alan Kay, Box CEO and founder Aaron Levie, iRobot and CyPhy Works founder Helen Greiner, IdeaLab CEO Bill Gross, Khosla Ventures partner Keith Rabois, SecondMarlket and Bitcoin Investment Trust founder Barry Silbert, and Yext CEO and founder Howard Lerman. Complete agenda after the jump.
We are about halfway through the DEMO Tour, on our search for enterprise startups and products solving big problems. After our trip to Boston tomorrow hosted at Highland Capital Partners, we are heading back to California for two days. February 11th we will be at IDG Ventures in San Francisco and at August Capital in Silicon Valley on February […]
Today is the last day to apply for a scholarship to DEMO Enterprise, so get those applications in. We are looking for new enterprise products solving big problems to launch onstage at DEMO Enterprise in San Francisco on April 3, 2014. Check out the agenda here. Thanks to incredibly strong support from our sponsors such […]
Editor’s note: DEMO Watch is a new column produced in partnership with CITEWorld, where this first appeared: Foursquare, Twitter, Facebook — they’re all really good for letting the world know exactly where you are and what sandwich you’re eating right at that moment, which makes for great advertising and a great way for businesses to […]
The DEMO Tour is on a roll. Following our stops in Chicago and Austin at the end of this month, we will be heading to Boston on February 4th. Highland Capital will be hosting the tour. Any company working on a new enterprise product solving a big problem can apply DEMO Enterprise is right around […]
“Because the Internet, mistakes are forever,” raps Childish Gambino (the musical persona of comedian and actor Donald Glover) on his latest album. As public officials and celebrities seem to discover over and over again, the Internet isn’t a guarantor of anonymity, and even your e-mails and screenshots of text messages can be used against you — which is frustrating when you’re just trying to have a friendly, informal conversation with colleagues.
That’s the problem addressed by Confide, a just-launched off-the-record messaging app for iOS that’s been called “Snapchat for grownups.” But where Snapchat focuses on short-lived photo messages, Confide is designed to let the office professional swap text with without worrying about unintended recipients or a digital paper trail.
The DEMO Tour will be making a couple stops in Austin and Chicago in January as we continue our search for the best new products solving big problems for businesses. DEMO Enterprise is right around the corner in April, and so we are hitting the road to find out what enterprise founders are working on. […]
Enterprise startups, start your engines. We are about to kick off an epic DEMO Tour leading up to DEMO Enterprise next April. We are looking for new enterprise products solving big problems. Our first three stop on the Tour will be in December at FirstMark Capital in NYC (December 5, 2013), Accel Partners in Silicon […]
In Silicon Valley, the shift is palpable. Startups and dollars are moving towards the enterprise in a massive way. Two years ago, only 38 percent of the top 50 tech deals in venture capital went to enterprise startups. Today, 70 percent is going to enterprise (see chart). Yet beyond the VC world, companies targeting the enterprise don’t get the love and attention they deserve. We are going to change all that with our next event on April 3 , 2014 n San Francisco: DEMO Enterprise. (Apply here to launch a new enterprise product).
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