Nibletz Media Inc., an online news service and event production company focused on startups and entrepreneurs “everywhere else” (ie. outside Silicon Valley) is bringing their annual startup conference, Everywhere Else, to Cincinnati next month.
Everywhere Else Cincinnati will bring over 1000 entrepreneurs, startups, investors and creatives to the Duke Energy Convention Center in Downtown Cincinnati. for two and half days of non-stop startup activity.
Nibletz’s first conference, Everywhere Else Memphis, attracted 1280 attendees, including 76 startups from 36 states and 7 countries. It was also named one of Forbes Magazines “Must-Attend 2013 Conferences for Entrepreneurs.”
The event in Cincinnati will include two days of content, parties, networking events and a startup exposition.
“The goal of the conference is simple,” said Kyle Sandler, Nibletz Media founder in a press release. “We want to strengthen the region’s startup community and help entrepreneurs and startups through education, exposure, and connections with our top notch speakers, national media, and other founders and investors that will be in attendance.”
Speakers scheduled for Everywhere Else include:
- Joe Medved, partner at SoftBank Capital
- Andrew Warner, founder of Mixergy
- Naithan Jones, CEO & founder of AgLocal
- John Bracken, CEO & founder of Speek and Evite
- Jonathon Perrelli, Managing Director & co-founder of Fortify Ventures
- Wil Shroter, CEO & founder of Fundable
- Derek Flanzraich, CEO & founder Greatist
- Blair Garrou, Managing director Mercury Fund
Everywhere Else will feature a Startup Village, an expo of over 60 startups from “everywhere else.” If you have a startup and would like to be featured in Startup Village, registration for a booth is currently discounted to $495 and includes 3 attendee tickets. The most promising startups in the idea/prelaunch, seeking funding, and funded categories will be invited on stage to pitch and receive feedback from investors.
Attendee tickets for the conference are being offered for $99 with an early bird discount.
“We want to make sure our conferences are affordable to even bootstrapped startups and founders,” Kyle Sandler said. “We are offering the same caliber experience as conferences that often charge up to ten times more.”
Nibletz CEO, Nick Tippman, originally from Fort Wayne, In., was a member of the 2012 class at The Brandery, Cincinnati’s startup accelerator. He decided to stay in town after the program was over. He also worked in marketing at Impulcity, the Louisville-born events app that famously jumped ship to Cincinnati.
More information, tickets and discounted hotel rates available for Everywhere Else online.