What tools would give your startup superpowers? will find out at TEDCO's Entrepreneur Expo on Tuesday.

Dogfish Head brewers doing their part. (Courtesy photo) is a media partner of TEDCO's Entrepreneur Expo. will be hanging out with the startup community Tuesday morning at TEDCO’s Entrepreneur Expo, armed with an important question: what would give your startup superpowers?
We tell stories at Lately, we’ve been thinking about how we tell our own, especially about how we connect smart people to great companies. We’ll be at the event with a fun design-thinking activation.
As a startup ourselves, we’re exploring how stories can become frameworks for innovation and change, especially in the startup space. And we think superhero stories are some of the best out there. Obvz.
So, what guides you and your startup? What are your superpowers? How do you tell your company’s story?
As a part of the event, we’re giving away a free sponsored content campaign for one lucky company.
We created a short three-question exercise we’ll be asking attendees at the Expo on Tuesday, or you can email us your answers to enter.

  • Which roles would give your organization super powers? Choose one: Data scientist; UX Designer; AI Engineer; Mobile Developer; Other
  • If you were a character in your organization’s story, who would you be? Choose one: Hero; Villain; Ally; Guide; Gatekeeper
  • How well is your organization telling its innovation story? Choose one: We’re master storytellers; We could be doing better; We need a ton of help

So, let us know. After the event, we’ll share what all of you smart folks had to say to us.
There’s still time to get tickets for the Expo here.


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