Houston Startup Weekend is less than two weeks away. For today’s tip, we have collected advice from past participants both here in Houston and around the country on how to best prepare. Take a few moments to read their advice and be ready for an action packed event.
- Startup Weekend – A Schedule and Plan of Action – Houston Startup Weekend organizer Javid Jamae drafted a course of action based on his past personal experience as a Startup Weekend participant and organizer. He provides advice on what to do before the event and how to break down each hour of the actual weekend in his comprehensive post.
- Why We Are Sponsoring Houston Startup Weekend – Austin Fatheree of our sponsor RIVVIR Consulting provides insight on his past Startup Weekend experience and a sneak peak at what he is hoping to accomplish at next week’s event.
- Nine Best Practices for Putting Together a Killer Startup Weekend Project – In this quick read, Brendan McCorkle provides high level nuggets of wisdom, combined with practical tips on how to make your life easier.
- An Insiders View of Startup Weekend DC EDU – Ainsley O’Connell writes her personal perspective about what it was like to work on 4eyeson.me at a recent Startup Weekend event. She touches on how the idea evolved, challenges that faced the group, and pitfalls that the team experienced.
Tips and Tid Bits: Startup Weekend sponsor Houston Technology Center will be hosting NASA / JSC: Intro to Entrepreneurship on Thursday. Global Entrepreneurship Week starts next week. Events taking place in Houston include The UHGBC Green Expo, OpenCoffee, and Startup Weekend.
Come share ideas, form ideas, and launch startups at Houston Startup Weekend. The event will be taking place November 18 – 20 at the University of Houston – Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture. Take advantage of our special pricing before November 16th.