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Buoy wins VERGE Accelerate pitch competition in Hawaii

By Sara Isenberg
Founder, Publisher, Editor-in-Chief, Santa Cruz Tech Beat

June 20, 2017 — Honolulu, Hawaii

(Photo above: Keri Waters, Buoy cofounder, pitches at the VERGE Hawaii Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit and wins the pitch competition by popular vote of the attendees. Contributed.)

[Editor’s note: We will update this as we have additional information.]

Back in May we reported that Buoy was one of 15 finalists announced for the VERGE Hawaii Accelerate program taking place June 20-22 in Honolulu.

Just in! Buoy has won the pitch competition at VERGE Accelerate by popular vote of the attendees. Kudos!

 

 

 

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