Andela at TechDay NYC 2016

This Thursday, April 25th, marks the fifth annual TechDay New York. Over 550 companies and 30,000+ early adopters, investors, job seekers, and journalistswill congregateat Pier 94to once again make TechDay the largest startup event in the United States.Aside from the free swag you're bound to rack upupon arriving at the event,here are three other new opportunities for this year's attendees to look forward to:1) An opportunity to pitchyour next big idea to the producers of Shark Tank.2) Live demos, where you'll get to listen to and demo your product on stage for three minutes.3) Accelerator Alley, where you'll get to meet some of the world's top startup accelerators.

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And last but not least, you'll get to meet the Andela team at TechDay! That's right - Andelaisexcited to be an exhibitor for the first time at TechDay NYC, and we look forward to seeing you there.Come join us at our booth for food, refreshments, and for an opportunity to meet our team as well as our developers via a live stream.Event DetailsDate: April 21, 2016 (Thursday)Time: 10am-5pmLocation: Pier 94 at 711 12th Avenue New York, NY 10019it's FREE!

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