We’re glad you asked!
In a nutshell, Startup Weekend is an opportunity for anyone anywhere to workshop ideas, from small business ventures to innovative apps, and turn them into reality. If you want a refresher on what a Startup Weekend entails, check out our previous post, What is a “Startup Weekend anyway?” and take a look at the Startup Weekend Siem Reap About page.
No matter your background; designer, developer, tech guru, or just interested in being a part of something different, Startup Weekend Siem Reap is the perfect place to test your talents and gain valuable entrepreneurial experience. Even if you don’t have a business idea of your own you’ll be able to collaborate with others, sharing your skills to make something great.
Throughout the weekend you’ll get a crash course on how to take an idea and turn it into action. Mentors established in the startup community will provide tips and critiques to help you and your team shape a viable business model, which you will then pitch to a panel of judges. Over the 54-hour workshop you’ll also become a more empowered leader and further develop your creative and innovative thinking abilities, priceless skills in the social entrepreneurship world.
Need some inspiration?
Check out these awesome ideas that launched from Startup Weekend Phnom Penh:
Joonaak – Delivery Services in Phnom Penh. Take a look at their really nice delivery motorbikes https://www.facebook.com/joonaak2u
Pmap – Stands for Promotion Map, a mobile application that allows you to easily find great promotions nearby https://www.facebook.com/pmap.official
So what are you waiting for? Register now and take advantage of early bird prices!
Startup Weekend Siem Reap 2015 | Friday 29 May 6pm until Sunday 31 May evening
Venue: The 1961 Coworking and Art Space
$22 (early bird) – includes all food and drinks for the weekend, coaching from our professional mentors, startup tools and lots of fun!
Visit our Startup Weekend Siem Reap page to register and buy tickets!
We’ve all been there; struggling to stay focused during a drawn out presentation or worse, flipping through your own PowerPoint while watching your audience gradually disengage.
Gabriel Ellis-Ferrara, founder of Barefoot Leaders understands and wants to help you bring life back into your meetings. With his MBA background and passion for art Gabriel consults with a variety of businesses on a new method for motivating audiences: Visual Meetings.
Intrigued? So are we.
Wednesday, May 6 from 6 – 9 p.m. and Saturday, May 9 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Gabriel will be hosting workshops at the 1961 to teach you how to transform the way you lead and motivate your team.
The workshop is $15 if you register early, $20 at the door.
What you’ll get:
Learn more about Barefoot Leaders on their website.