Startup Grind 2015 Brings Top Minds in Business and Investors Together

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Startup Grind Conference attendees include global experts, leaders, and more than 100 investors. We are bringing together mentors like Twitter cofounder Biz Stone to inspire entrepreneurs from all around the world.

Biz Stone speaking at Startup Grind 2015

We are bringing together the brightest minds with some of the hottest companies in Silicon Valley.

Top experts, investors, and business leaders will meet in Redwood City, California for Startup Grind 2015, a conference designed to educate, inspire, and connect entrepreneurs. The conference will be held February 9th-11th at the Fox Theater in Redwood City, California and features a roster of notable speakers, including co-founder of Twitter Biz Stone, Lyft CEO Logan Green, Pebble CEO Eric Migicovsky, and Airbnb co-founder Nate Blecharczyk.

With support from companies like Google for Entrepreneurs,, and Intuit, Startup Grind 2015 will be one of the top entrepreneurial events of the year. Attendees will have access to 25 hours of talks moderated by experts in the areas of funding and the future of investments, the Internet of Things (IoT), the online marketplace, and the sharing economy. Workshops will also cover social impact and enterprise issues.

Startup Grind’s events are also broadcasted across the globe, with more than 1500 people joining in throughout the conference. Participants will have access to professionals in a variety of fields, potentially offering the resources they’ll need to grow their teams. With approximately 100 investors in attendance, entrepreneurs will network with professionals looking for the next big idea.

“Startup Grind hosts monthly events across the globe on a regular basis,” says John Rampton, marketing for Startup Grind 2015. “In 2014, entrepreneurs listed 50,000 reasons our events helped them build their businesses. We’re hopeful that number will only continue to grow.”

Through networking events and workshops, attendees will be encouraged to interact and exchange ideas. In addition to evening events, networking breaks will be held throughout each day’s activities to allow attendees to promote their startups. Last year’s conference received significant press coverage and was named a “fantastic event” by TechCrunch reporter Colleen Taylor in early 2014.

Registration is now open on an as-available basis. To reserve a seat, professionals should visit Journalists interested in attending can sign up for a press pass at

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