Denver Start-up Week begins on September 12 and runs until September 16, 2016. It is THE largest event of it’s kind in North America and this year’s program is even more exciting then year’s past – and those were pretty damn epic.
This year, the week is split into 6 tracks so each person can get the info they need and walk away connected and inspired. The tracks are: Designer, Developer, Founder, Growth, Maker and Product. Ignoring the grammatical inconsistencies, the tracks help establish a set of events for each person in the system of entrepreneurship and innovation. There are also major headlining events and social events.
As if that wasn’t enough, the program also offers a number of “clusters” – sessions related to the same industry vertical. For example, there is an IoT cluster that includes “The Power Glove: A Case Study in Design Research” and “Practical IoT: How Will IoT Effect Climate Change?”
Other clusters include a healthtech cluster, a diversity cluster, and a cannatech cluster (this is held in Colorado, after all). Before you sign up for the cannatech cluster and make your way to Denver in a week, the primary course listing for this cluster is an hour and a half session called “Cannabis Data and Business Intelligence”. We are serious about pot here.
Denver Start-up week is FREE! That is what makes it such a stellar event with the most accessibility of any event around.
You can sign-up online and get packed, because you don’t want to miss this.
If you are attending, use the hashtag #DENStartupWeek and make sure to tell us what you think. @StarterNoise
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