Echelon 2014: Get your tech goodies with SpacePak today!

Want cool deals on your favourite tech products or interested in finding out what new startups offer? Check out SpacePak!

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It’s only one week to Echelon 2014, Asia’s premier tech and startup conference! Today, we, at e27, are pleased to announce that the entries for SpacePak, our digital goodie bag that’s been launched for Echelon 2014, has been finalised!

Also Read: Echelon 2014 brings SpacePak just for you!

Among the many companies that are included in SpacePak is Hong Kong-based Ambi Labs, who will be offering its smart air-con remote control, Ambi Climate, for free to the first 100 delegates that sign up with it. Other companies are AdRoll, which is offering a S$100 (US$80) free trial for all Echelon delegates, and Ritmo Learning Lab, which is offering free multimedia iBooks.

Over 30 companies have attractive offers for you via SpacePak. We are sure you want to know more. All you have to do is click here!

Make use of the week before Echelon to take a look at what products interest you, and get ready to log in with your Echelon registration email on June 10.

For now, you will be only able to access the SpacePak on the Echelon dates of June 10 and 11, to ensure maximum engagement with corporate sponsors and exhibiting startups.

Haven’t bought your tickets to Echelon? Sign up via the link below, and get access to the newest products from Asia’s hottest startups and tech companies!

Echelon 2014 is a two-day Startup, Technology and Business event where Asia’s most innovative startups, early-stage investors and tech industry leaders as well as tech media, gather to celebrate and build Asia’s growing tech industry, as well as make valuable relationships.

Enjoy 10 per cent off your Echelon 2014 tickets (which include a SpacePak each), just because you read this article! Or use the code “e27Friend“.

Terence Ng

With a few failed and unrealized startups under his belt, Terence is no stranger to the startup landscape. He hopes to start something big. Someday. Meanwhile, he is content with bringing the latest startup and technology news to both professionals and lay readers alike.

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