I’ll be at StartupCampWaterloo at the Accelerator Centre in Waterloo tomorrow (Tuesday) night from 6:00-9:00 pm. The official blurb looks like this:
StartupCamp Waterloo is a chance to demo your startup idea and get help, feedback, and advice on business-critical questions such as: Have I got my target market right? How can I fund my idea? How can I scale my idea?
The audience will include successful local startup founders, and there will be an opening presentation from Albert Lai, [www.simplyalbert.com]. You will also have the opportunity to meet other people who are thinking about a startup.
StartupCamp is informal, discussion-oriented, and participatory. Every participant is encouraged to give a short demo of their idea. You’re welcome to come if you don’t have an idea to demo, but active participation in the questions and discussions is expected from everyone.
Where: Waterloo Accelerator Centre, 295 Hagey Blvd, Waterloo
When: 6-9pm, October 23, 2007
I’ll be there because it’s just a great chance to hang out with a bunch of smart, entertaining people with great ideas, and to incite some excellent discussions. Not to mention the pizza and Coffee Crisp candy bars.
If you’re wondering where all the cool stuff is happening in Waterloo, this is it.
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