Enter the Green:Net Startup Launchpad Now! Friday Is the Final Day for Submissions

If you’ve been cooking up a great business idea for how to use IT to fight climate change, you need to enter our Green:Net 2010 Launchpad! We’re only accepting submissions until 5 p.m. PT on Friday, so make sure you and your colleagues enter soon. You can find the form on our conference web site.

Green:Net 2010 is the GigaOM Network’s conference where green and IT meet — the Startup Launchpad is where we unveil 10 hot startups that we think have the coolest applications for leveraging IT to fight climate change. The Launchpad winners will receive a lot of visibility — and likely interest from investors. Check out last year’s Judge’s Winner, Wattbot.

Our fearless judges this years are:

  • Steve Vassallo, Venture Partner, Foundation Capital
  • Navin Chaddha, Managing Director, Mayfield Fund
  • Tom Blaisdell, Partner, Doll Capital Management

Apart from the Launchpad we have a packed day of great content and world-class speakers. So put the date in your planner: April 29th, at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco. Visit our web site for further details. And you can take $75 off the ticket price if you register with this link:

http://greennet2010.eventbrite.com/?discount=GIGAOM75

Green:Net is also a great way to address an audience of greentech influencers. For Exhibit opportunities call Mike Sly at (415) 235-0358 or email events at gigaom dot com. See you there!