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TechCrunch Disrupt NYC: Get Me Listed To Launch New Platform

We are reporting tonight from a Times Square hotel that actually has good wifi, something very hard to find in New York. We are here for TechCrunch Disrupt. This will be our third year bringing coverage from TechCrunch’s signature event in New York City. The previous two years we covered for our former site thedroidguy.com

In case you didn’t know, nibletz.com unofficially launched at TechCrunch Disrupt NYC last year. We still owned and ran thedroidguy.com at the time and we were looking for a place to put content from startups that really appealed to both Cameron and I, but didn’t really fit in the Android space. The fact that we were launching the site out of disrupt is exactly why our SM tagline was “small crunchy bytes from the tech and startup scene”. Most know that we’ve now pivoted to “the voice of startups everywhere else”. That’s exactly what we will find here, startups from Silicon Valley, New York and everywhere else.


One of those startups that will be in startup alley is are the folks from “Get Me Listed”. The New York based startup specializes in local marketing solutions. Get Me Listed’s technology allows marketing professionals to manage hyper local marketing campaigns from a simple easy to use dashboard.

At Disrupt this week (starting Monday morning), Get Me Listed CEO and Co-Founder Michael Mire and Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder Ravdeep Sawhney will be showing off their brand new Get Me Listed platform.

“We are excited to showcase our new platform to the public for the first time. We worked closely with our clients to develop a system that is even more versatile and offers an all-in-one solution for location-based marketing,” said Ravdeep Sawhney.

We will post more including an interview and video later on this week from Disrupt NYC.

 

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