VentureBeat is happy to be sponsoring the “VentureBeat People’s Choice Award” at the Under the Radar conference on April 26, 2012.
There are 32 startups presenting at Under the Radar, from AppFog to Zadara. The companies are tackling a wide range of markets (mobile security, platform-as-a-service, performance monitoring, database scalability, and more), and they’re at varying stages of growth. But for this award, only one thing matters: Who can collect the most votes?
Check out the contestants’ profiles or see below for links to each company’s website. Then scroll down to the poll below and cast your vote!
The winner will be announced at the Under the Radar Award Ceremony, hosted by VentureBeat. The winner will receive an interview in VentureBeat as well as the glory and envy of fellow Under the Radar participants. (Alas, we will not be able to present you with the Stanley Cup.)
Voting opens immediately and closes at noon on April 26th. I’ll be presenting the award at 5pm that evening, so get your votes in now!
Good luck and happy voting. Voting is now closed. The winner is AppFog — congratulations, guys! Please vote only once. Even if you can figure out how to get around the system and vote multiple times, that’s cheating.
And, you can get $200 off your ticket to Under the Radar if you use the code ‘vbeat’ when checking out. Here are some more details on the conference.
Under the Radar: Consumerization of IT
April 25-26 2012, 8am-5pm | Microsoft Campus, Mountain View, CA
Under the Radar Conference is Silicon Valley’s most effective innovation showcase and business development conference. Leading decision makers are brought together with pre-vetted startups that are disrupting the way traditional business is run. Through an intense vetting process, Dealmaker Media selects a handful of the industry’s most compelling emerging startups to present to experts and CXOs looking to partner with, buy or acquire new technologies.
Enter promo code “vbeat” to receive $200 off! Register Link: www.undertheradarblog.com/register/
Here are links to each of the companies in the contest:
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