Sun MicroSystems is teaming with social networking site Mashable.com to create a weekly review of new startups. The newly created category is part of their partnership to help startups with emerging ideas garner greater publicity for their efforts. In addition, Sun Microsystems, as part of its Startup Essentials Program with mashable.com is hosting a free event called “Startup Camp” in San Francisco on May 4 to 8. The event unfolds as a non-traditional conference, such that startup participants actively take part in sharing, networking, and discussing ideas as apposed to the accustomed practice of listening to the speaker rant about startups. Also, the event will showcase a competition for Startups to compete against one another for the title of “Best Startup” by means of a 5 min business pitch. Hence, for those who feel that this is unfound territory, then may I suggest you take a glimpse of a past event by Sun Microsystems by visiting SunMicrosystem’s startupcamp.
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