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May 25, 2016 11:08 am

This event covers the basics of starting up

Join PakathonDC for the first in a series of workshops on getting started with your startup.

At a PakathonDC event.

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Today in interesting niche events: PakathonDC, a group that empowers “entrepreneurs across the globe to bring about an actionable change in Pakistan,” is hosting a workshop on the basics of starting up next Tuesday, May 31.

“You have an idea for a way to make this world a better place but you have no idea where to start,” the event page declares. But lucky you — PakathonDC has your back. The group plans to host a series of events, each tackling a different aspect of starting a company.

“Our workshop will be open to anyone and everyone with an interest in entrepreneurship and launching their own startup,” organizers tell Technical.ly. “A startup connected to Pakistan is not a requirement!”

The upcoming event, to be held at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, promises to focus on the process of incorporation and the lean startup method — future topics include design, funding and more.

Curious? There’s more information here.

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