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If you would like for your event to be considered for inclusion in our calendar, there are two options:


1. Regular Event Listing


Please have the following details of your event ready as they will need to be submitted:

Event Name
Organizer Name
Start Date and Time
End Date and Time
A description of your event
Name of Venue
Address of Venue
Cost of the event
URL where attendees can register
Image/Logo for the event/organizer


2. Featured Event Listing


We are pleased to introduce our new Featured Event listing service.   Featured Events will receive premium placement on the run of the site, which means every single page on the site will showcase your event.

This is your opportunity to reach our very influential, extremely well educated, and highly affluent audience of venture capitalists, angel investors, entrepreneurs, accelerators, startup employees, thought leaders, event organizers, corporate executives, academics, city officials, PR/press people and tech enthusiasts.

Simple featured listings are being offered now at the special rate of $150 and will be included in our curated list of weekly events through the date of your event, and on our website as well, right over there to the right. We also have opportunities for integrated marketing campaigns that include display advertising, social push, and native content initiatives that can be priced upon request.

After you complete the steps from part 1 by following the link below, you will then have the option to feature your event.   If you have any questions about featured listings, please email us at featured@alleywatch.com

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Please visit our self service submission page to list your event.

Please note that inclusion in the AlleyWatch calendar is completely at the discretion of management and submission does not guarantee posting.  The AlleyWatch calendar, by policy only, focuses on events that have some tangible educational purpose where attendees can leave with some sort lasting knowledge.  Events such as happy hours and after parties, while great, do not qualify for inclusion.

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