Alynome, a leader in marketing, development and angel investment services, today announced a cloud computing and mobile startup angel investment help special at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012. "TechCrunch Disrupt is a leading event for startups and angel investors of new cloud and mobile applications. They need resources that understand and solve their needs," said Basil Maloney, Managing Partner of Alynome. "Your startup has unique new cloud computing and mobile software and services that customers want but you need help reaching your angel investment goals quickly. Alynome makes it happen," he added. Find out more about how Startup Angel Investment Help Special can help you.
Disrupt SF 2012 will include Ben Horowitz of Andreessen Horowitz, Ron Conway of SV Angel, Mark Suster of GRP Partners, Matt Cohler of Benchmark Capital, Jeff Clavier of SoftTechVC, Jim Goetz of Sequoia Capital, Vinod Khosla of Khosla Ventures, Wesley Chan of Google Ventures, and Kevin Rose of Google Ventures. Also Reid Hoffman of Greylock Partners and LinkedIn, Jack Dorsey of Square and Twitter, Kirk Dunn of Cloudera, Dave Morin of Path, Ruchi Sanghvi of Dropbox, Marc Benioff of Salesforce, David Sacks of Yammer, Todd McKinnon of okta, Aaron Levie of Box, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, and Justin Rosenstein of Asana.
Alynome (alynome.com) delivers unique marketing, development, and angel investment services for established developers, startups, and angel investors of enterprise cloud computing, mobile, big data, BI, social, crowdsourcing, and security software and subscription services. Options include management consulting to provide guidance, outsourced marketing, outsourced application development, workshops, and transitional leadership during startup, growth, pivots, and restructuring.