WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwired) -- 05/22/13 -- BestBequest.com was voted "DC's Hottest Showcasing Startup" at Tech Cocktail's Washington DC Mixer, defeating 11 other startups from the local tech industry. The voting opened to the general public on May 8th and ran till May 15th in advance of the mixer, where BestBequest.com was announced the winner.
"Tech Cocktail is dedicated to showcasing the best and brightest of startup communities from around the country," said Zach Davis, Director of Marketing for Tech Cocktail. "There is no better example of this than with the Hottest Showcasing Startup reader's choice poll, for which the local tech community votes decide the winner. The people have spoken and have told us that BestBequest.com was the hottest amongst the group."
"What keeps our team going is that people who use our service realize how unique and invaluable it is," said Lauri Tamney, Director of Global Sales & Marketing at BestBequest.com. "The fact that we've received this recognition on such a big platform is further validation for our goal, which is to encourage people to prepare."
BestBequest.com launched its Life Events Management Platform® on May 7th, allowing users to store important documents and digital media in a secure LegacyVault®. Following this regional win, BestBequest.com will now compete at Tech Cocktail's national event in Las Vegas, which will showcase startups from various areas of the country.
BestBequest.com is a Private Digital Life Technology Company, which develops unique, cloud-based products for today's digital world. BestBequest.com has offices in Houston, TX, Washington DC, and New York, NY.
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