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Pitch your startup at the first Product Hunt event of 2016

The Feb. 3 event is seeking startups to present, as well as sponsors.

At a past Product Hunt DC event. (Photo via @producthuntdc on Twitter)
Update: The date for this event has been changed, and a location has been secured! The event will now take place Feb. 11 at the cove offices in Chinatown. (1/21/16, 4:42 p.m.)

Want to be among the six local startups pitching their product at the first D.C. Product Hunt pitch event of 2016? Now’s your chance to apply.
Product Hunt and Notion Theory are hosting a pitch event on Feb. 3, and according to organizers they’re still looking for eager startups as well as sponsors. Stephen Kae from Notion Theory told Technical.ly in an email that the event will be similar to December’s D.C. Pitch Party, “but with more networking involved.”
The event venue is still TBA, but you can RSVP here.
Interested in pitching? Just fill out this form.

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