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Attending DC Startup Week? Here are some of our most-anticipated sessions

Below, find the sessions we think everyone should be checking out during the week's events.

Winners of the DC Startup Week pitch competition in 2021. (Photo via @DCStartupWeek on Twitter)
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The seventh iteration of DC Startup Week (DCSW) kicks off later this month, featuring tons of sessions on how to thrive as a founder on the DC startup scene.

The event, which will be held Sept. 12 through 16, includes founder talks, fireside chats, panels on leveling up your startup and networking meetups. This year, which is the first IRL DCSW since 2019, features five tracks: early-stage founder, growth stage, service-based, social impact and a new Web3 track covering blockchain, crypto, NFTs and the future of the internet. Select sessions will also be held virtually.

The session you attend will most likely be determined by the tracks you’re interested in and what’s most relevant for the current state of your startup. But we’ve gone ahead and put together a list of what we think are some of the coolest, must-attend DCSW sessions for you to peruse.

Here’s what we’ll be checking out, with the dates and timeframes as they stand:

And, in case you can’t get enough of the Technical.ly team, here are some sessions we’ll be hosting:

Check out the full conference schedule

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