Who will know in Startup Weekend:
Startup Weekend participants are almost 50% technical (developers, coders, designers) and 50% business (marketing, finance, law). Twenty-nine percent of Startup Weekend participants attending the event to grow your network (network), 20% attend the event to develop a product, and 13% to learn how to create a new company. Approximately 80% of participants continue or plan to continue working on his startup after the weekend.
That'll get the event:
Education: Startup Weekend is all about learning, whether a new skill or a new way of thinking. Not just listening to theory, build your own strategy and test it as you go.
A date with your partner or with-founder: people attending a Startup Weekend are serious about learning how to build and launch startups. Create relationships that endure after the weekend.
Build your network of contacts (network): Startup Weekend work hard to recruit high quality entrepreneurs like you.
Learn new skills: Startup Weekend is a perfect opportunity to work on a new platform, learn new programming languages or give marketing a try. You have nothing to lose, get out of your comfort zone.
Learn how to launch a business: Indeed it!
Advisory: people with experience in several areas involved in Startup Weekend and give feedback to participants.
Get access to valuable resources startups: to participate in Startup Weekend get instant information on great products and tools. Nobody is going to Startup Weekend empty handed.