DETROIT, April 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Qstride, a nationally renowned technology solutions provider serving Fortune 500 companies with highly specializing Information Technology recruiting and Business Intelligence solutions, today announced it will host a cosmic-themed after-party to wrap up Techweek Detroit 2015. The ‘out of this world’ celebration will also mark Qstride’s third anniversary.
The closing event will take place Friday, April 17th at Chateau Detroit located at 24 West Adams Avenue, 2nd floor, in Grand Circus Park from 9 p.m. to close following the week-long conference April 13-17th in downtown Detroit. Nationally-acclaimed electronic dance music/DJ’s Manufactured Superstars will pump up the crowd with a high-energy performance wearing their trademark spacesuit costumes. Guests can expect a celebration with themed costume wearing characters such as LEGOLAND figures and astronauts for a truly unforgettable event.
Manufactured Superstars, consisting of Bradley Roulier and Shawn Sabo, are a perfect act to close out the week long tech event. Roulier is the co-founder of leading digital music retailer Beatport. Sabo is also an original employee and current member of theColorado-based company.
“This promises to be a spectacular sendoff after an important week of collaboration and discussion with some of the top leaders in the tech world,” said Qstride Founder and CEO Shane Gianino. “We are proud to be a sponsor and also present the official after-party for Techweek Detroit 2015 in downtown Detroit while celebrating our third anniversary with some of the best and brightest in our industry.”
Technologists, visionaries, entrepreneurs, socialites, and venture capitalists from across the United States and Detroit will attend the conference and after party. Admission to the party will be waived for Techweek conference goers who have already purchased black passes. For all others and the general public, advanced discounted tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite for $15.00. A percentage of proceeds will benefit The American Cancer Society.
Gianino launched Qstride in April of 2012 and more than doubled company revenues in 2013. In 2014, sales were approaching $2 million, all self-funded and via internal generation of earnings. In three short years, Qstride has proven it is a successful, post-revenue, second-stage startup and has demonstrated customer success on a local and national level with leading Fortune 500 companies. Qstride is poised to now double its 2014 year revenues in 2015 by delivering highly specialized IT recruiting services and business intelligence solutions accelerating a sustainable business model.
“We are now at a critical juncture poised for major angel investments, joint ventures, or possible economic grants to assist Qstride in scaling,” said Gianino.
For more information about Qstride, please visit qstride.com. To purchase Techweek Detroit 2015 tickets, visit http://techweek.com/register/detroit/.