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Vator Splash seeks 10 hot startups to present onstage in May

CEOs and/or founders of 10 companies, chosen by their peers and vetted by judges, will have the opportunity to present onstage and give a three-minute pitch in front of some 400 business professionals, comprising of executives from startups and large companies, angel investors, VCs, and media. 

Vator is holding its second Vator Splash event to find up-and-coming,  early-stage startups to present at the Vator Splash event on May 13, 2010 at Cafe du Nord in San Francisco. 

Go to the competition page to enter a chance to get onstage.

(Join Zappos CEO and founder, Tony Hsieh, gWallet CEO Gurbaksh Chahal, August Capital VC Howard Hartenbaum, Founders Fund Dave McClure, Mayfield VC Raj Kapoor and Robert Scoble as emcee for the startup pitches. For more details about Vator Splash and to buy your tickets now, click here. There are limited tickets, so buy them soon)

Vator, a leading platform for innovators and entrepreneurs to broadcast themselves, and a provider of news and information through VatorNews, is looking to recognize and film promising startups across technology, including digital media, social media, consumer Internet, software, SaaS, iPhone apps, mobile, etc.

What you win:

The top 10 companies have the opportunity to give a three-minute presentation onstage, and get a professionally-produced video of the presentation. The audience at the Vator Splash event will then cast their vote for their favorite out of the 10. The winner will then present again onstage in a segment called Splash Box - an American-Idol-styled segment with four investors as panelists.



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