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Techweek 2012 Conference and Expo is currently happening in Chicago, and with it comes a showcase of today and tomorrow’s technologies, products, and solutions. We’re pleased to announce that ReviewTrackers is part of this leading tech conference and trade show, and is one of the 21 diverse startups featured in Techweek’s Tech Cocktail Startup Showcase and Mixer.
Techweek 2012 brings together over 5,000 participants, 2,000 brands, 300 speakers, 200 sessions, and 100 exhibitors at Merchandise Mart inChicago. It also attracts the top entrepreneurs and innovators in an event that helps champion the tech explosion inChicagoand theMidwest.
“We’re going to be the digital mecca of theMidwest,” said Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel in a keynote speech that kicked off Techweek. “Three years from now (Chicago) will be known as the startup city if we do everything right.”
ReviewTrackers is already generating a lot of buzz at Techweek. As tech and startup website Nibletz reports, a number of the #Techweek and #TechweekChi hashtags on Twitter are accompanied by another mysterious hashtag: #TWBR.
For those who are unaware, #TWBR stands for “Techweek Bathrooms” – which is exactly where the hashtag has been spotted. Yes, bathrooms with hashtags – and they’re sponsored by none other than ReviewTrackers. Let’s check out some of the tweets to find out what the buzz is about.
— Brandon Zeman (@brandonzeman) June 22, 2012
— Startup Tech Guy (@startuptechguy) June 23, 2012
— Passing Leads (@passingleads) June 24, 2012
— Cameron Wright (@cynikaloptimist) June 24, 2012
Of course, you don’t need hashtags to remind you to answer – respond! – to the call of nature. If someone’s pissing on your company’s reputation, there’s no better online review monitoring and management solution for you than ReviewTrackers.