What could be better than an all-expenses paid event featuring the best of what Denver has to offer when it comes to the entrepreneurial and innovation communities. Denver Startup Week believes that accessibility is the most important factor in cultivating a thriving community, which is why this event will always be free.
Denver Startup Week begins on September 25th, and runs through September 29th. This one-week event features local companies and community leaders. Hiqh-quality meetings will also be held highlighting experts in each of their respective fields. With such names, associated with such industries, as:
- Erik Mitisek - Project X-ITE, University of Denver
- Ben Deda - Galvanize
- Castle Searcy - Tootsies Nail Shoppe
- Brian Corrigan - Oh Heck Yeah
- Jay Zeschin - Ello
- Conor Swanson - Code Talent
There are too many names to mention, which means you have so much more to take home from this year’s event. To be with these passionate, driven and friendly professionals is a must for anyone interested in learning about startups. In fact, five hundred proposals were received from stellar companies with only the top fraction selected to participate in this year’s event.
The headline event includes a wide array of experts from many different fields, and is expected to entertain while providing interesting content. A unique perspective is expected to produce an opportunity for the community to exchange original thoughts and ideas.
Denver Startup Week includes six tracks, all of which will inform and inspire attendees regarding everything it takes to launch a startup. Sessions include:
DESIGN – including everything from fashion to architecture to digital design and artwork, within the critical elements of design, this is an opportunity to let your creative juices flow. Network with the best and most passionate and leave with fresh ideas.
DEVELOP – there is something for everyone in this track: frontend, backend, full stack, APIs and more. Improve your skills as you learn from the experts.
FOUND – to found a company successfully, certain skills are needed to build a team, generate product, establish funding, go-to-market and more.
GROW – consistent and long-term growth within a company is vital. No product sells itself, so it is imperative that a team markets, sells and supports a product. Digital marketing, inbound, outbound sales and customer experience are all going to be covered at this year’s track.
MAKER - such exciting and innovative subjects as breakout brands stories and new technologies in manufacturing will be discussed while connecting with other artisans, engineers, manufacturers and enterprises.
PRODUCT - product skills are currently in high demand. Come to Denver Startup Week and learn how to acquire them easily and quickly.