European startups, start your engines for Plugg

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Registration for the Plugg Start-Ups Rally 2010 are now open. You can register here.

Since 2008 Plugg in Brussels has become a must-attend fixture on the European startups scene. It was one of the first startups events I attended after just joining TechCrunch and it was a brilliant event, made more fun by the great welcome put on by founder Robin Wauters, who later happily became a TechCrunch writer as well.

Every year Plugg gives European startups an opportunity to pitch a large audience composed of entrepreneurs and investors, and an esteemed jury.

As of today, European startups can submit their company and team member profiles, after which the jury will decide which 20 of them are deemed worthy enough to compete based on a set criteria.

This year, they’ve partnered with dotopen, for the registration system which should make it easier to register a startup entry.

The deadline for registration is 12 February 2010 (Friday next week) so register ASAP. (click the appropriate link in the box on the right top of the screen to sign up for the Plugg Start-Ups Rally)

The 20 best startups will be selected to pitch. Good luck. If you have questions contact Plugg here.

  • Martin

    Great news! I have tried in vain to do it few days ago when registrations were still closed – see you there! :)

  • Smartupz Editor

    So many great events – so little time…

  • sk

    europe FAIL!!

    • Davor

      unfortunately I must agree to the some extent. EU is still quite far behind US re. relevant startup forming & funding.

      • George Hari Popescu

        So what’s your point? Europe is far behind the US re. censorship also, but it’s not relevant.

      • George Hari Popescu

        Mendeley proved to be a very good choice at Plugg 2009. I am using it since and it has been helped me in my research.

        Plugg proves to be a great event – for business and for social networking and I glad that I participated in the 2008 and 2009 editions (and I will be there this year also).

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  • George

    I have never even heard of of this before. Thanks for the information

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