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Students are free at Delaware Innovation Week’s Business Conference

We want more young entrepreneurs involved in the Delaware tech community, so we're offering free tickets to the Business Conference during Delaware Innovation Week.

At the Business Conference at Baltimore Innovation Week 2015. (Photo by Catherine Sontag)

Students are the entrepreneurs of the future and we want them involved in the Delaware tech community. To help encourage that, we’re offering students from local colleges and universities complimentary tickets to our Business Conference during Delaware Innovation Week 2015.
Use the code “DIW15BizStudent” to receive free tickets to any or all of our Business Conference events on Monday, Nov. 16.


Business Conference events include:

  • Entrepreneur Boot Camp: Geared towards early-stage entrepreneurs, this boot camp will feature experts ready to teach you the basics of starting your business. Learn how to find investors, build a team, get your first customers and more.
  • #Failfest: In this off-the-cuff, unfiltered and unapologetic event, we’ll hear from a variety of speakers about their past failure(s) and what they’ve learned along the way. Sometimes it takes a lot of failed attempts before you get to that one-in-a-million idea that will launch you to success.
  • Business Conference Happy Hour: Network with current or aspiring entrepreneurs, startups and more.

Please note: Students must present a valid student ID when checking into these events. No admission will be granted without it.


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