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TechWeekLA Coming To Santa Monica Pier

TechWeekLA at Santa Monica Pier
TechWeekLA at Santa Monica Pier

Wrapping up a successful show in New York, TechWeek is coming to Santa Monica, California.

The team at TechWeekLA is building their own tent on the historic pier in the heart of Southern California’s “Silicon Beach” to host the event from November 17th to the 21st.

If you only have a few days, be sure to attend the conference and expo on Thursday the 20th and Friday the 21st. A complete schedule of all the events, sessions and speakers is available at TechWeekLA.

To make it even easier to attend, we are offering our readers a 15% discount off the event registration – just use promotion code ” YP4G7WKY ” during the sign up process.

TechWeekLA has over 75 speakers and 1,000 companies participating in this event, making it the largest Los Angeles technology focused event for 2014. At the expo, CEOs, entrepreneurs, innovators, and dreamers will meet and mingle to see what’s next.  For anyone who helps build, support, or celebrate the tech ecosystem in Southern California, TechWeekLA encourages you to learn from top speakers, find your start-up co-founder or catch a demo of the newest products making waves in Los Angeles.

Techweek’s mission is to showcase, celebrate and enable emerging innovation ecosystems. Make a date to join thousands of other entrepreneurs, developers, VCs, and techies for the greatest celebration of Los Angeles tech and innovation ever to hit Southern California.


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