Launch a Startup business in 54 hours at Startup Weekend Sheffield

14th February 2019

Being an entrepreneur is about taking control of your own destiny.

Whether you're working in a boring day job, graduating and have no idea what your next step is, or just need to focus and be creative for a weekend, Startup Weekend Sheffield is for you! 3 days to learn how to be an entrepreneur! Startup Weekend is a worldwide movement that brings together entrepreneurs, designers, developers and startup experts to build creative solutions to the world's most pressing problems - all in one exhilarating weekend. Maybe you've got a world-changing idea that can be brought to life through technology, entrepreneurship and some solid elbow-grease? Perhaps you're uninspired at work and looking to take part in something a little different? Over the 54 hours from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon you'll be thrown into the ideal environment to connect with some amazingly talented individuals, discover your own entrepreneurial journey, learn what it really takes to found a real company and start building your way to success. You'll pitch your ideas, form awesome teams, speak with real customers and access experienced mentors, before finally taking to the stage to present to a panel of seasoned entrepreneurs with backgrounds in design, development and startup investment. Learn how to validate assumptions, design products that have value to your customers, and build scalable companies. All this without having to write a pointless business plan or sit through another 'advice session'. No matter what your skill-set, you're guaranteed to find your creative spark at Startup Weekend Sheffield. Come and be a part of this global movement right here in Sheffield. Further information and tickets can be found at  

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