Orlando, FL – 15th April, 2016 – Entrepreneurs, Alex Guastella and Raghu Dhulipala of Quick’rCare, get accepted into the exclusive Alpha program hosted by Web Summit at the Collision Conference.
“We are excited to get the invite to participate in the Alpha program at Collision. Being selected by some of the best investor and advisors in technology really gives us the best exposure for the launch of our product,” stated Alex Guastella of Quick’rCare.
Quick’rCare is launching April 22nd and will provide software to immediate care facilities around the nation. Their software gives patients the ability to find and then hold their place in line at the ER, Urgent Care, or Convenient Care facility.
“The Alpha program will give us access to the best investors from firms like Greylock partners and Khosla Ventures. By getting their attention, we are going to show them how disruptive our platform is,” states Raghu Dhulipala.
Collision is “America’s fastest growing tech conference” created by the team behind Web Summit. In two years, Collision has grown to over 10,000 attendees from more than 50 countries. Attendees include CEOs of both the world’s fastest growing startups and the world’s largest companies, alongside leading investors and media. This year’s showcase will have attendance from Chris Sacca of Lowercase Capital, Miguel McKelvey Co-Founder of WeWork, and Cal Henderson Co-Founder of Slack just to name a few.
The event takes place April 26th to April 28th and will be held in New Orleans. Alex and Raghu will have the chance to pitch to investors, partners, and customers.
For more information about the showcase, please visit www.collisionconf.com