“Your panel has over 650 people registered and we only have room for 150,” our PR team reported. 650?! We were 500 over capacity for a Denver Startup Week panel we hadn’t even actively promoted. 500 people we had to turn away at the door. Now, I’m always surprised to see even a few people ...
Mayor de Blasio just announced the launch of Digital.NYC and they have asked to use our PivotDesk API to power its commercial space section of the page.
During Denver Startup Week, we hosted an event that tried to put an end to the high-level insights and endless company pitches. Instead we focused on sifting through the bs and give people what they want: actionable startup advice.
As Denver Startup Week comes to a close we’d like to say thanks to all of the great companies we’ve come across over the last 5 days. Here are the best offices in Denver on PivotDesk.
We were able to open up an office in Denver in less than a week using PivotDesk. It was as simple as browsing, taking a tour, and booking.