#SMNT36

Ctrl CollectiveOn Wed, July 15, we all drove to Playa Vista for our July pitch/demo event #SMNT36 at CTRL Collective @ctrlcollective:

“The Collective is a shared working space in Silicon Beach that’s bringing together the best staCtrl Collective Viewrtups, entrepreneurs, hackers, makers, students, and creatives in Los Angeles”.

We were very excited to invite our members to this new location to showcase how much Silicon Beach has to offer. The venue boasts 24 private offices and about 300 co-working spaces.

This mansion style building of about 26,000 sq. ft, formerly an oil company abode, offers covered outdoor space and a garage to be converted into a makerspace and sound proof recording studio. The property (with 60 parking spaces on premises and private valet) is so big, that we had to create multiple signs with arrows so that our attendees didn’t get lost in its vast labyrinths. See more pics: http://ctrCtrl Collective Conference Roomlcollective.com/photos

Read more about CTRL Collective: http://latechdigest.com/take-a-peek-inside-ctrl-collective/

We are grateful to our sponsor Sri Pulakanam from NeurLabs @neurLABS that also presented their app MigoAmigos.

NeurLabs logo

7 startups came to CTRL ColDavid and Taleia at Ctrl Collectivelective to show their creations:

MigoAmigos @migoamigo_

P2start @P2Start

Finask #finask

Postwaves @post_waves

Yougee @yougeeme

Mingling at Ctrl CollectivePlume @theplumeapp

Sense360 @thesense36

Plume with erotic text images Pitch and demo at Ctrl Collective
was the most provocative presenter!

Playa Vista is definitely booming with more offices and co-working spaces popping up all over! And it is becoming cheaper than Santa Monica.

Please find more pics from this event on Meetup or FB and videos on our Youtube Channel. See you in August at #SMNT37!

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