More tickets released for the 2013 Crunchies — and don’t forget to vote

It is that time of the year – where you go shopping, eat a lot more than you should, party way too much and of course, gear up for the new year. And the new year brings you the technology industry’s annual celebration of innovation and entrepreneurship: the Crunchies, an event we co-host with our colleagues over at TechCrunch and VentureBeat. In other words, it is time for you to snag the tickets that are up for grabs. Today, we are releasing the second batch of tickets and of course, vote for all your favorite startups. And yes, there is an after-party!

Submit nominations for your favorite startups, apps, cloud services and more in the 20 categories now through December 6. (Do that here!), and don’t forget to buy your tickets now. Nominations close at 11:59pm PT on December 6, 2012. We’ll announce the finalists on January 3, 2013, and open up the final round of voting then. (You’ll find all the rules here.)

Mark it on your calendars:
Thursday, January 31, 2013
7:30pm – 11:30pm
Louise M. Davies Symphony Hall
201 Van Ness Ave, San Francisco

This year’s categories (and last year’s winners):
Best Technology Achievement (2011: Siri)
Best Collaborative Consumption Service (New for 2012)
Best E-Commerce Application (New for 2012)
Best Mobile Application (2011: Evernote)
Fastest Rising Startup (New for 2012)
Best Content Discovery Application (New for 2012)
Best Design (2011: Path 2.0)
Best Bootstrapped Startup (2011: Imgur)
Sexiest Enterprise Startup (New for 2012)
Best International Startup (2011: Peixe Urbano)
Best Education Startup (New for 2012)
Best Hardware Startup (New for 2012)
Best Time Sink (2011: Words With Friends)
Biggest Social Impact (2011: Twitter)
Angel of the Year (2011: Reid Hoffman)
VC of the Year (2011: Marc Andreessen & Ben Horowitz)
Founder of the Year (2011: Jack Dorsey)
CEO of the Year (2011: Jeff Weiner)
Best New Startup of 2012 (2011: Pinterest)
Best Overall Startup of 2012 (2011: Dropbox)

Check out additional coverage from our partners: Techcrunch and VentureBeat.

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