Apr 9, 2013 · 1 minute

We talk a lot about enterprise startups here at PandoDaily. And more often than not, these posts inspire intense debate in the comment sections about what it means to be an enterprise startup, who these companies should market to, and whether the enterprise trend is the real deal or just another micro-bubble.

So when Accel Partners said they wanted to give 15 PandoDaily readers tickets to the April 30 Stanford-Accel Symposium on enterprise (a $495 value), we figured it was the perfect opportunity to gather some of our brilliant readers' thoughts on the future of enterprise business all in one place. All you have to do is answer one or all of the questions below, and if we feature your answer in an upcoming post, you'll score a ticket to one of the most anticipated Valley events of the season. You can place your answers in the comment section, give us a shout on Twitter or Facebook, or use this form.

For more information on the event, click here.

We look forward to hearing from you!

What companies are you most excited about in the enterprise space and why?


What are the biggest challenges facing enterprise companies?


Is the excitement over enterprise companies a "bubble" or the real deal?


How should enterprise startups market their products? Should they target end-users (employees) or pitch to employers?


Where does the future of enterprise software lie: On mobile or on desktops?


Do too many companies call themselves "enterprise" when the label isn't always accurate?