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4 lessons from Start Up Weekend that changed my views on innovation & tech

Last weekend I spent 54 hours with total strangers, voluntarily working into the wee hours of the morning, all in the hope of creating a market-beating product consumers had never seen before. The reason behind this madness? Start Up Weekend: an event powered by Google for Entrepreneurs and facilitated by Techstars, which supports wannabe entrepreneurs Continue Reading > The post 4 lessons from Start Up Weekend that changed my views on innovation & tech appeared first on FreshMinds.
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