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Here’s what you’ll learn at the #DIW15 Business Conference

A can't-miss day for local startup founders. Here are the details.

The Entrepreneur Boot Camp during Baltimore Innovation Week 2015. (Photo by Catherine Sontag)

Are you a student, founder, entrepreneur or just interested in the Delaware startup community? Then join us on Monday, Nov. 16 for our Delaware Innovation Week Business Conference.
This three-part event brings together more than 75 early-stage entrepreneurs and startups to participate in a fast-paced boot camp, an open discussion on failure and a networking happy hour.


Start the day with our Entrepreneur Boot Camp:

  • Learn how to build a successful startup team, how to get in front of and look attractive to investors, customer acquisition, tax status, insurance and more! We’ll take you through the basics of starting your own business and help you figure out what your next steps are.

After Boot Camp, join us at #Failfest and hear from eight different entrepreneurs as they share in personal storytelling:

  • They’ll talk about their past failures, lessons learned and paths to success. Failure is a natural part of the entrepreneurial experience. Why not embrace it and learn from each other’s mistakes?

Finally, close with our Business Conference Happy Hour — food, drinks and networking!
Check out our killer list of speakers:

Companies: Carvertise / The McConnell Companies / New Castle County Chamber of Commerce / Delaware Technology Park / Saul Ewing /

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