Welcome to the VentureVillage Events Diary – a round-up of the hottest startup events of the week!
Founder Institute – Meet and Greet with YouTube Cofounder Jawed Karim
Date: 05 December 2013
Location: YOU IS NOW, ScoutCasino/Immobilien Scout, Andreasstraße 10, 10243 Berlin
Cost: Free, with registration via http://fi.co/e/6701/yin add “YOUISNOW” in the referral source.
Jawed will give advice to the graduates of the Founder Institute (FI) based on his experiences as a cofounder at YouTube, founder of Youniversity Ventures and investor in companies such as Airbnb, Palantir and Eventbrite. Stefan Jörgensen from Itembase and Florian Kosak from 50Hours will also share insights about raising millions of dollars for their startups with the help of the Founder Institute. FI will offer a three-hour workshop for those participants with a strong idea who want to improve their pitch presentations.
hub:raum Accelerator Krakow demo day
Date: 07 December 2013
Location: hub:raum Krakow, Mogilska Street 65, 31-545 Krakow, Poland
Cost: Free, with registration via email@example.com
Hub:raum Krakow WARP is an eight-day acceleration programme backed by Deutsche Telekom. The initiative takes place in Krakow from 30 November 30 until 7 December. Participating startups will present their ideas on the final demo day on 7 December in Krakow to either attract investors or get the chance to join the hub:raum incubator programme.
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Date: 10-12 December 2013
Location: Eurosites Les Docks , 50 Avenue du President Wilson , 93200 La Plaine Saint Denis, Paris
Cost: Startup ticket €800, Early bird ticket €1990
It’s the 10th anniversary of LeWeb Paris and the international conference for startups and web entrepreneurs wants you to invite you to image the ‘The Next 10 Years’. From Guy Kawasaki to Accel Partners’ Sonali De Rycker, the event will bring the brightest minds from tech and entrepreneurship to exchange ideas, network and discuss what the next 10 years might hold for the world of technology.
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