March 06, 2014 07:55 ET

Next Salesforce, VMware, WebEx Might Be Just Around the Corner at San Francisco's DEMO Enterprise

From Bitcoin, Big Data and Mobile to 3D Printing, Drones, and Robotics -- America's Most Exciting Startups to Launch at DEMO Enterprise in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Mar 6, 2014) - DEMO Enterprise [], the conference for technology startups solving today's most pressing problems, will showcase a hand-selected group of new business products setting the pace for the future of technology. The founders, CIOs, investors, press and engineers who attend the annual event at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco on April 3 will get to see where technology is going and learn from the people who are taking us there.

"We've traveled the country meeting with the most promising startups, looking for products that harness new technologies to tackle big business problems. The core of creativity is looking at problems in new ways, and that is what we will be celebrating onstage at DEMO Enterprise," said executive producer Erick Schonfeld.

This year's competitive landscape includes technologies from cloud computing, mobile and big data to sensor networks, Bitcoin, 3D printing and robotics. Attendees will celebrate those who are presenting and creating innovative, new products, and see how technology start-ups evolve.

They will also hear from speakers including computing pioneer Alan Kay, Box CEO Aaron Levie, venture capitalist Keith Rabois, and robotics entrepreneur Helen Greiner. To attend and see where technology is going, register at

About DEMO
Produced by IDG, the DEMO conferences in the United States, China, Brazil, Russia and Vietnam focus on emerging technologies and new product innovations. The DEMO conferences have earned their reputation for consistently identifying tomorrow's cutting-edge technologies, and have served as launchpad events for companies such as Palm, E*Trade, Salesforce, Webex, Tivo, VMware and Fusion-io and thousands of others, helping them to secure venture funding, establish critical business relationships, and influence early adopters. The DEMO Scholarship Partner Program, subsidized by corporate sponsorships, offers multiple scholarship opportunities to ensure that deserving entrepreneurs have the chance to introduce cutting edge technology products at DEMO that might have otherwise gone undiscovered. To attend or apply to demo, please go to For media inquiries contact:

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