StartupCamp Switzerland 2012
StartupCamp Switzerland 2012
Peter Merian-Strasse 86
About StartupCamp Switzerland
The first StartupCamp in Switzerland took place in 2009 and brought together nearly 200 young and future entrepreneurs in Switzerland in the process of building or planning a business in the high-tech, Web or life-science industry. Since then, every February there is a StartupCamp Switzerland.
The StartupCamp aims to transfer knowledge and know how in the relaxed atmosphere of a Barcamp and to demonstrate the various possibilities to get help on your way to becoming a successful entrepreneur. Tracks can include writing a business plan, fundraising, building the right team, startup support agencies in Switzerland, web technologies, marketing & PR and much more.
The attendees learn from each other and expand their network with new interesting contacts. Thanks to all sponsors this event is free for all attendees.
The StartupCamp Switzerland 2012 will take place in Basel on Saturday, 18 February 2012 at the University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland.
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You can sign up with the same login you used to have on Amazee.com. If you're new, just register and confirm you're attending!
The registration opens at 9 a.m., the intro session will start at 10 a.m. sharp, so be on time if you want to present something! Around 4.15 p.m. all sessions will be over and we’ll head over to a nearby bar (Bahnhof Buffet Basel) for some drinks. The first drinks are sponsored, so don’t miss it!
The StartupCamp consists of sessions proposed and scheduled by attendees during the intro session. So at this StartupCamp all participants are encouraged to actively contribute. You can introduce your topic in one or two sentences during the intro session and if people are interested in it you will get a slot. We all have something to say about our experiences in building a business or preparing one. There will be twenty 45 minutes slots available for participants to present or facilitate a session. Looking forward to all suggestions!
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Expect many interesting presentations, great networking with fun people, good food and more – all for free thanks to our great sponsors i-net BASEL, IBM, Oracle, FHNW, CTI Invest, Swisscom and DeVigier Foundation.
See you soon!
Your StartupCamp Switzerland Team
Thanks to our great sponsors all is for free!
Presentations and Review
StartupCamp 2012 was again a great success! Here some links to presentations and reviews:
- Patrick Stähler's presentation on "Why should your business exist" : http://www.slideshare.net/pstaehler/why-should-your-business-exist-11651414
- Jean-Pierre Vuilleumier and Chritoph Heidelberger from CTI on Financing in Switzerland: http://www.slideshare.net/StartupCamp/cti-presentation-startupcamp-2012
- DeinDeal's presentation: http://www.slideshare.net/DeinDeal/incubate-deindeal
- Startwerk.ch's review: http://startwerk.ch/2012/02/20/startupcamp-switzerland-2012-deindeal-praesentiert-e-commerce-inkubator/
- Venturework's review: http://blog.ventureworks.ch/post/18083376052/startup-camp-basel
- FHNW review: http://blogs.fhnw.ch/iwi/2012/02/21/startupcamp-switzerland-2012/
- Photos on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/groups/1019383@N23/
Looking forward to next year!
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StartupCamp Switzerland brings together young and future entrepreneurs in the process of building or planning a business in the Web, high-tech or IT industry. The first StartupCamp took place in 2009 and since then nearly 200 young people meet for this yearly event.