CommonAngels Pledges 20 Startup Tix for XSITE June 19: Get Yours Here

5/22/13Follow @gthuang

With just under a month to go before our fifth annual XSITE conference at Babson College (agenda here), we’re pleased to announce that CommonAngels has pledged to buy 20 tickets for startups looking to attend—see below for details. (CommonAngels is an investor in Xconomy.)

This year’s event features top speakers including Akamai CEO Tom Leighton, SolidWorks founder Jon Hirschtick, Crashlytics co-founder (now with Twitter) Wayne Chang, Xamarin co-founder (and open source guru) Miguel de Icaza, Communispace CEO Diane Hessan, FitnessKeeper CEO Jason Jacobs, Dyn CEO Jeremy Hitchcock, DataXu CEO Mike Baker, Veracode CEO Bob Brennan, BzzAgent CEO Dave Balter, Data Point Capital’s Scott Savitz (founder of Shoebuy), LearnLaunch co-founder Jean Hammond … and the list goes on and on.

Yes, the theme this year is “Boston’s Tech Revival,” and you can still register here. We’ll tackle the hard questions of what the New England innovation community—from students to startups to investors to big companies—needs to do to lead the world in areas such as marketing, security, software development, education, hardware design, and healthtech.

For each of the past couple years, we’ve registered more than 100 startup attendees as part of XSITE’s great mix of networking and ideas. We plan to continue the trend this year.

To that end, Xconomy will be doling out 10 of the CommonAngels tickets—so if you work at an innovative startup and want to attend for free, just e-mail us at events@xconomy.com and tell us about your company. First come, first served.

A big thank you to CommonAngels, and we hope to see you all on June 19.

Gregory T. Huang is Xconomy's Deputy Editor, National IT Editor, and the Editor of Xconomy Boston. You can e-mail him at gthuang@xconomy.com. Follow @gthuang

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