Startup Weekend UCSB Jan 2016

Jan 16 '16
IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY, START WORKING ON YOUR PRESENTATION. THE PRESENTATION IS HOW YOU SHOW WHAT YOU DID ALL WEEKEND.

It's been really exciting to see all of the hard work and progress that all of the teams are making today.

This is a reminder to start planning and practicing your final presentation. The 5-minute presentation onstage at Corwin Pavilion (the same stage where you pitched) and th
IF YOU HAVEN'T ALREADY, START WORKING ON YOUR PRESENTATION. THE PRESENTATION IS HOW YOU SHOW WHAT YOU DID ALL WEEKEND.

It's been really exciting to see all of the hard work and progress that all of the teams are making today.

This is a reminder to start planning and practicing your final presentation. The 5-minute presentation onstage at Corwin Pavilion (the same stage where you pitched) and the 3-minute Question and Answer from the Judges period is your opportunity to show how your product or service is solving a real problem and how your team intends to build a sustainable business capable of growth.

Keep up the hard work and have fun!
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Jan 16 '16
Hi Startup Weekenders,

I hope the first full day of work has gotten off to a great start for everyone. We have lunch coming up at 1pm at the ground floor of the Student Resource Building (SRB). Mentors will be arriving at 1pm. Please make your way down to the ground floor by 1:30pm where we will be gathering to get a minute update and call-for-help from each team. Then, each mentor will introduce
Hi Startup Weekenders,

I hope the first full day of work has gotten off to a great start for everyone. We have lunch coming up at 1pm at the ground floor of the Student Resource Building (SRB). Mentors will be arriving at 1pm. Please make your way down to the ground floor by 1:30pm where we will be gathering to get a minute update and call-for-help from each team. Then, each mentor will introduce themselves and fill you in on their expertise. Please take advantage of the mentors and approach the ones that you think could help you or sign up for them to visit you at your workspace. Also, if a mentor becomes distracting, feel free to politely ask them to allow you to leave you to work on your ideas.

See you all soon. Let us know if you have any questions.

SW UCSB Organizing Team
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