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Wilmington TechBreakfast wants you to demo your product

There's one slot available and it could be yours.

At TechBreakfast, August 2016. (Photo by Megan Anthony-Keogh)

Wilmington TechBreakfast is looking for one more product demo to add to its lineup during Delaware Innovation Week.
Earlier this year, TechBreakfast made its debut in Wilmington and it was a hit. The series hosted its second event over the summer with a star-studded panel of investors who provided some great advice. Now the thrice-annual series is back for one last event this year.
If you’re interested in filling in the open demo slot, here are some comforting words from Megan Anthony, who’s helping organize the event: “It can even be an idea, it doesn’t have to be super thought out. It can be your idea for improving a technology that already exists. There are seven minutes to present and five minutes for Q&A with the audience.”
This TechBreakfast will be held at World Cafe Live at the Queen’s Olympia Room and will kick off at 8 a.m. on Nov. 16.
Interested parties should in touch with the organizer Ron Schmelzer for more information.

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