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Pitch the US Postal Service in Baltimore next month

Eight startups will get picked to pitch at the National Postal Forum. Applications are now open.

Not your grandfather's Postal Service. (Photo by Flickr user Aranami, used under a Creative Commons license)

The National Postal Forum is coming to Baltimore next month. It may sound like just another industry conference heading to the harbor, but startups have a chance to leave their stamp (?) on the event.
The U.S. Postal Service and D.C.-based NotionTheory are hosting a pitch competition on May 24. Applications are open, and eight startups will get a chance to deliver, rain or shine, snow or sleet.
Apply by May 10
NotionTheory’s Stephen Kae said it will help if startups have a business that is relevant to the postal service in some way, but it’s not required. Being an early stage company is a must, however. Teams have to be smaller than five people, operating for less than two years and received less than $250,000 in funding.
It’s a follow-up to last year’s inaugural event, which was held in D.C. This year, organizers added a cash prize of $25,000.

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