West Coast Startups: Pitch For PSFK Coverage In San Francisco

West Coast Startups: Pitch For PSFK Coverage In San Francisco

Pitch your next big idea for coverage on this Wednesday, September 11th.

  • 15 september 2013

This Wednesday, PSFK invites our Bay Area readers to pitch us story ideas for coverage on the site. The best presentations will get a speaker slot at our annual event in San Francisco on November 21st.

Held at San Francisco’s leading creative agency, Goodby Silverstein & Partners at 650 California Street, attendees will present PSFK founder Piers Fawkes with a 3 minute pitch about project, product and service ideas to be featured on this site.

In a lively but relaxed atmosphere, Piers Fawkes will be joined by Andy Grayson, Head of Brand Strategy at GSPSF, who will give feedback on every pitch. The event will be photographed and recorded on video, with your permission.

Presenters will need to sign up through Eventbrite to present between the hours of 5pm and 7.30pm on Wednesday September 11.

Refreshments will be provided, as well as photography and video production. A report of the event will be published on afterwards and will be shared across PSFK & GSPSF social channels.

Not in San Francisco? Stay tuned for more info on our Chicago pitch event on September 23rd!

Sign up below!

PSFK // Goodby Silverstein & Partners


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