Poken at TechCrunch Disrupt in SF

The 2010 TechCrunch Disrupt event in San Francisco features a virtual who’s who of the most innovative companies, and people in technology.  Ranging from big companies (Google, Microsoft, Motorola), to VCs (Sequoia, USVP) and launching true startups (Qwiki, Badgeville, etc.)  With an event motto of “Create. Destroy.  Repeat.” the Disrupt event takes a particularly progressive viewpoint on how innovation is changing the way we live, work and play.

One of the smaller companies making a huge splash at the event was Poken.  Sponsored by SecondMarket there were Pokens all around the TechCrunch Disrupt and we created quite a buzz!  Many companies pay to gain that much attention, so we thank SecondMarket for the opportunity to promote Poken and their great investor services!

Denny Mayer, Head of US Sales, was at the event and can be seen on the picture summary shown here about 2/3 of the way down the page.  According to Denny “we stole the show, and even though we were not one of the “Featured Startups” the Poken buzz was quickly created and we enrolled the entire registration team at TechCrunch into sending everyone over to pick up their Pokens….  it was awesome.”

Great work Denny and team!  Thank you SecondMarket and TechCrunch!!  Now its time to go forth, Create and Destroy. High Four!

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