All of this is possible as more and more startups come to the bay area, from Sonoma to San Jose there are thousands of fledgling startups that just need the extra connection to get to the next level
(PRWEB) February 18, 2014
The Lee Harbert Foundation located in the San Francisco, California bay area has announced an event that will be taking place on New Years eve of 2014 to benefit the local design and technology sectors.
The event is to be hosted at the House of Pong located in the city of San Francisco and is hoping to attract local tech and financial talent to create a melting pot of entrepreneurs, startups, and individuals who can link up with each other and create great business opportunities that would not have previously existed.
“All of this is possible as more and more startups come to the bay area, from Sonoma to San Jose there are thousands of fledgling startups that just need the extra connection to get to the next level," says Lee Harbert a 24 year old start up entrepreneur who has created the foundation as a way to ensure that the bay area continues to see explosive growth.
The event is open to all ages and will be serving drinks and appetizers to all of those who attend. If anybody is interested in sponsoring the event then please be advised that all sponsorship opportunities will be announced over the next quarter.
If you have a startup that is interested in presenting please email us at contact(at)theleeharbertfoundation(dot)com and we will reply back shortly with any presentation opportunities that are available.
Last year one of the engineers for the Media Player Codec Lite from CNET presented presented how to build a product that consumers like to use from around the world and how easy it is to expand with the whole world being wired today.