Disruption Corp. to host showcase of Startup Factory’s latest graduating class

On Feb. 11, early-stage tech companies that have already gone through the North Carolina accelerator program will present to D.C.-area investors.

This is what a party in Disruption Corporation's Crystal City offices looks like.

(Photo by Flickr user Tech Cocktail, used under a Creative Commons license)

This year, D.C. investors will have the chance to meet with hand-picked early-stage technology companies on their home turf.
Disruption Corporation announced Monday that it will be hosting the North Carolina-based accelerator Startup Factory’s end-of-season showcase event, to be held Feb. 11.
The presenting companies will have graduated from the accelerator’s three-month program with $50,000 in initial seed capital.
“These are serious, successful investors and they attract serious and promising entrepreneurs,” said Disruption founder Paul Singh, in a release. “We want to make sure the smartest capital can find the smartest bets.”
The investor-only event will be followed by a celebration with other D.C. technologists at the new Crystal City bar Highline.

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