Silicon Beach Fest, The Titan of LA Tech Events is Nearly Here

Summer’s at the door and the biggest tech extravaganza in LA history is about to kick off.   Silicon Beach Fest will be celebrating LA’s booming tech scene, entertainment roots and shining new start-ups. Panels, keynotes, workshops, and mixers take place at over a dozen top tier venues in Santa Monica and Venice from June 21 to 23.

Silicon Beach Fest is created by Digital LA, Los Angeles’ largest networking group, presented by engage:BDR, and organized with LA companies including technology incubators / accelerators StartEngine, Amplify, and LaunchPad, social media marketing platform PromoJam, and LA’s tech news organization TechZulu.

Amongst the attendees and speakers you will find invited celebs, start-ups, VC’s, film and music industry executives, social media gurus, and developers, Silicon Valley, Orange County, New York and other places within the US and international.

Speakers include Jason Nazar (DocStoc), Howard Marks (StartEngine), Ken Chung (Viddy), Lindsay Gabler (The GRAMMYs), Ana Liza Bella (NBCUniversal / STYLE), and Darren Rush (Pose). Some of the topics that will be covered are legal tips for start-ups, press in Silicon Beach, meet and greet with VC’s, and branding. The festival also includes a Hackathon and numerous opportunities for networking. A full schedule of the three day-event can be found on the event website.

Silicon Beach Start-Ups will of course be attending the event, and we hope you are too! For more info check out the Silicon Beach Fest’s website, Facebook or Twitter (#SBFest).

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