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iWeekend : We love startups is coming to India

Team YS
16th Mar 2010
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iWeekend is an intensive event that brings together a highly motivated groupof 50 entrepreneurs and professionals to select a couple of ideas and worktogether to launch a first version of the products (usually webapplications), all in one weekend. 

The event promises to bring together an interesting mix of technology

entrepreneurs, professionals, mentors and investors. It will be organized in

Bangalore, New Delhi and Ahmedabad during three consecutive weekends: 12-14 March, 19-21 March and 26-28 March respectively.

iWeekend is a non-profit organization started in Spain in 2008 with the

mission of promoting the culture of entrepreneurship in new technologies.

The event has been successfully organized in Spain, Mexico and Russia and

has attracted a lot of support from public and private entities, including

the Spanish government and some well known technology companies. In India,

iWeekend is supported by Nadathur S. Raghavan Centre for Entrepreneurial

Learning (IIM Bangalore), Centre for Innovation, Incubation and

Entrepreneurship (IIM Ahmedabad) and The Indus Entrepreneurs, Delhi chapter

(TiE Delhi).

Registrations are open for all the 3 events. Applicants are subject to a

selection process before being confirmed to participate in the event.

Confirmed participants pay an entrance fees which cover the costs of event

registration and catering for the whole weekend.


The event is targeted towards professionals, freelance, students, of any

age: programmers, designers, marketers, business folks, lawyers, etc. with a

passion in technology, internet and the world of software. A total of 6

products will be created in the 3 events. The events will be broadcast

through live streaming and twitter during the whole weekend.

More information on http://iweekend.org/

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