South Florida Startup, Boatsetter, Invited To Attend Collide 2015, Vegas’ Top Tech Conference.
Deemed “a grand enclave of tech’s high priests,” by the New York Times, the Collision Conference held in downtown Las Vegas in early May was a don’t-miss event for Boatsetter. With over 7,500 attendees and offering 200 speakers sprawling across 5 stages, it was an incredible honor for tech startup, Boatsetter, to have been one of the startups exclusively invited to attend this event and spend 48 hours among some of the world’s most noted entrepreneurs, investors and tech mavens.
In four short years, the Collide Conference has become one of the world’s leading tech summits creating an unrivaled community where the great minds building leading companies of the future can intersect with those who have already paved a clear pathway with their existing organizations.
Boatsetter was honored to be chosen to be on display at this impressive event, joining some of the world’s most unique and successful startups as well as a top 10 ranking on a leading tech blog. The South Florida online boat sharing tech startup made quite a splash at Collide gaining recognition as an innovator introducing the sharing economy to the multi-billion dollar marine industry.
Boatsetter is one of the first P2P (Peer-to-Peer) marketplaces aimed at making luxury boat rentals readily available to consumers notwithstanding their prior boating experience. The Company is leading and reimagining the marine industry with the strongest sustaining model for the new “sharing economy” mindset. All boats are inspected prior to being listed and all captains are US Coast Guard licensed and pre-screened before joining the platform.
The management team is one of the most knowledgeable groups within the marine industry, with over 100 years of combined marine industry and tech experience. To learn more about this Company, please visit www.boatsetter.com.