Seeing it looming reminded us that last spring, film production company Shine On Storytelling put together a great documentary short called “The Entrepreneurial Spirit,” set at the first Baltimore Startup Weekend (where Parking Panda won and launched).
Sponsored by Millennial Media, if you haven’t seen it yet — or if you haven’t in a while — it’s worth the 15 minutes, if only to get a sense of what cramming the launch of a business idea into a weekend can be like.
“Every company is a startup, at some point it started up,” said Alexa Baggio in the piece. The doc follows a handful of Startup Weekend participants.-30-
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