Win Free Tickets to Day One of the JuiceTank Conference

Want to win a free ticket to JuiceTank’s conference?

Our team has been working hard to bring you our inaugural JuiceTank Conference.We want as many people to come out to the first day of our conference and we have come up with a fun way to get you involved.

First, what is the event?

The JuiceTank Conference is dedicated to helping tomorrow’s leaders learn practical skills including entrepreneurship, decision-making, networking, thinking big, and strategy.

For the first day, we have some exciting keynote speakers from American Express, the NY Giants, crowdfunding platform Rockethub, NYC’s First Chief Information & Innovation Officer, and many more! Just check out the conference agenda to see what to expect.

You can find more information about the speakers on our website.

How can you win tickets?

We have a limited number of seats to the conference, valued at $79. You will only be paying $10 to cover the cost of food! The first day of the conference will be at Kean University, so travel will be required.

Simply write about what inspires or motivates you or your biggest challenge as an entrepreneur in the comments box below (scroll down). Write as much or as little as you want!

The judges (members of the JuiceTank team) will select the winning entries. Their decisions are subjective and final.

What you need to know:

  • You will win a free ticket to the first day of the JuiceTank Conference ($10 for cost of food)
  • The deadline is Tuesday, June 26 at 12:00 PM EST, and the winners will be announced later that day.
  • IF you’ve already purchased a ticket, no worries. If you win, we’ll either give you a full refund or you can give your spare ticket to someone you really like.
  • No purchase is necessary to win.

We look forward to reading your comments. Good luck!

4 Responses to Win Free Tickets to Day One of the JuiceTank Conference

  1. Deven Trivedi June 25, 2012 at 6:34 PM

    As an entrepreneur, I am inspired by creativity and originality. I firmly believe that novel ideas that I find stimulating and exciting myself as an individual, would be similarly attractive for others.

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  2. Crystal Casado June 26, 2012 at 4:01 PM

    As a hispanic female and first generation american i have been very limited to the number of experts or mentors i could meet. This experience I know will change my life. I am so inspired to hear other peoples stories of how they have succded and have built themselves up. Hearing firsthand from a scholor would be such an inspiration and would teach me things that i wil not be taught in school. Being a part of this experience would really mean a lot to me. I have a dream to work in the medical field and i would love to hear how others have passed through their obstacles. The speaker Dr. Nilesh J. Patel really stands out to me and i would love to hear his story. I really hope I am lucky enough to meet such educated people . I know i would use every bit of information I learn in this conference in my present and later life.

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  3. Priyanka Rajani June 26, 2012 at 6:41 PM

    The thing that’s most challenging about being an entrepreneur is that they constantly work with the concept of math. Any miscalculations can change their information, effecting results. However, the most inspiring thing about them is that they get to use many skills such as leadership, teamwork, making choices, networking, etc. they are exposed to what the real world is like. They can learn about how to make deals and how the business world works.

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  4. Cyle Jackson June 27, 2012 at 6:09 AM

    In ventures, I am inspired by exciting ideas and the potential to build something of value from scratch. Hakuna Matata! =]

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