Tech Cocktail

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Tech.Co (formerly "Tech Cocktail") is an American web publication and events organization for startups, entrepreneurs, and technology enthusiasts,[1] co-founded in 2006 by former Tribune Company and AOL employee Frank Gruber and early FeedBurner employee Eric Olson.[2][3]

In 2012, Tech Cocktail re-located to Las Vegas to work with Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh's Downtown Project following a $2.5 million investment.[4]

In 2015, Tech Cocktail rebranded to Tech.Co,[5] marking the company's shift to focus on editorial.

History

In 2010, Tech Cocktail transitioned into a full-fledged media company,[6] with Olson moving on to pursue new endeavors and Gruber partnering with technology producer and longtime AOLer Jen Consalvo.

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