2012 San Francisco Start-Up Crawl


San Francisco Startup Crawl

Conversations of technical intellect paired with carnival food and collegiate-like drinking games made for an exciting night in San Francisco and a great start to the New Year.


The San Francisco Startup Crawl is a clever and effective way for technology companies to sample ideas, explore the local talent pool, and generate hyper buzz from highly-networked, smartphone brandishing entrepreneurs.  Last night’s marathon included four stops:

  1. Zaarly – Where Craigslist meets Location Based Service (LBS) and you can fulfill needs from off-the-wall, to entirely practical (See: Zaarly: A No-Brainer for SMBs.)
  2. Rally San Franisco startup incubator for non-profits, and the U.S.’s largest online fundraising group.
  3. involver – Leader in helping SMB’s grow revenues by understanding, using, and measuring effective social media marketing tools.
  4. Kitchit I really don’t know what these guys do because I was exhausted by this time, so I hopped on my RoadStar and rode home.  But I love good food and good service.  By the looks of things, they deliver both
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Andre Bourque (@SocialMktgFella) is a cannabis industry media influencer, brand executive and advisor, blockchain marketer, and cannabis columnist. He specializes in cannabis industry partnerships, distribution, and funding. He is a ranked social media marketing and content strategist.

7 Replies to “2012 San Francisco Start-Up Crawl

  1. The involver sounds interesting. Can you share more information on this? It would be nice if you come up with some articles or share links. Looking forward to exploring the involver.

  2. Craigslist better watch out- these sites have more gigs which more opportunities for the small and medium businesses. This not only opens the playing field, it blows the doors wide open!

  3. Thanks for the resources! More opportunities to make money in my local market. Funny, crazy, and down-right fun ways to make money.

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