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The LAUNCH Festival was created by Jason Calacanis. The Festival now averages 10,000 attendees per year and features a few dozen speakers well known in the start up world. Past headliners have included Mark Cuban, Paul Graham, Evan Williams, and Yves Behar. During the festival, 50 start ups are revealed and "launch" at the event. The entrants compete in front of a select panel of judges for "LAUNCH Conference"00,000 in investment. Winners of the competition have also received investment from the LAUNCH Fund, such as Connect, which received $250,000 from the fund after they won the 2014 competition.


LAUNCH Conference sections
Intro   2015 Conference    Early history    Competition structure    Previous competition entrants & winners    Previous keynote speakers    Past festivals    TechCrunch controversy    References    External links   

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The LAUNCH Festival was created by Jason Calacanis. The Festival now averages 10,000 attendees per year and features a few dozen speakers well known in the start up world. Past headliners have included Mark Cuban, Paul Graham, Evan Williams, and Yves Behar. During the festival, 50 start ups are revealed and "launch" at the event. The entrants compete in front of a select panel of judges for $100,000 in investment. Winners of the competition have also received investment from the LAUNCH Fund, such as Connect, which received $250,000 from the fund after they won the 2014 competition.


LAUNCH Conference sections
Intro   2015 Conference    Early history    Competition structure    Previous competition entrants & winners    Previous keynote speakers    Past festivals    TechCrunch controversy    References    External links   

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