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Venture Creation Weekend: Connected Devices and Wearables

Interested in creating cool wearable products that empower consumers? Develop, test and launch your business in 54 hours!
When Nov 18, 2016 06:00 PM to
Nov 20, 2016 07:00 PM
Where Cambridge Judge Business School, Trumpington Street, Cambridge
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Venture Creation Weekends are about learning through the act of creating – aspiring entrepreneurs can find out if their start-up ideas are viable, build and test their own strategies, and get feedback from experienced mentors.

This three-day intensive event will bring together technology and innovation entrepreneurs interested in creating cool wearable products that empower consumers, and exploring the reach of connected devices.

Bring your enthusiasm and creativity, pitch your best idea and inspire others to join your team. Get feedback from mentors and pitch your idea to a panel of industry experts and investors. The winning team will get a prize and a place on the Accelerate Cambridge Programme.

Tickets: £60 – book by 17 November.

15% early bird discount available until 4 November

OPdA delegates can also get a 20% discount by using the code “OPDA”

There are 20 free tickets for women (10 sponsored by CJBS and 10 sponsored by Astra Zeneca).

Find out more and register here or email  with any questions.

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