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Startup Camp Atlanta (Game Edition)

Come build your company with Atlanta's best and brightest who are also interested in building a start up. What happens at Startup Camp? We educate you about startup creation in 56 hours: First, you and other forward thinking entrepreneurs from your city will pitch startup plans for 60-90 seconds each. Second, we’ll crowd source the best of your city’s bunch and create teams to begin solidifying those ideas. Teams are normally mid sized (plus or minus 5), and each team is mixed to balance tech-oriented and non-technical attendees. You and your team members will work the remaining hours of Startup Camp to create a launch pad for your business with professional mentors. Who goes to Startup Camp? Semantic Seed’s Startup Camp is most valuable to those who have technical backgrounds–like developers, designers, CTOs–and those in business, marketing, law, and investment. Attendees at Startup Camp come to weave their business network and to step outside their comfort zone. Most of our entrepreneurs are between 25-45. We accept younger entrepreneurs who have the maturity to handle professional work. Why should I go to an event? You’ll get valuable feedback and networking for your business. Startup Camp is an opportunity for you to create, test, and push your boundaries, all while solidifying your mission, target groups, and marketing strategy. The purpose of this 56 hour event is to give your the knowledge and experience to launch your startup company. As you build skills and absorb from professionals–the mentors, judges, and speakers we recruit–you’ll be establishing a template for the realization of your ideas, and working towards your final concept with peers. Also, check out the prizes offered to winners on the website for your city’s Startup Camp event. Do you provide food? Yes, we provide you with food and caffeine because we know the kind of momentum that needs to be sustained between team members during Startup Camp. Since all Semantic Seed events are located in great cities, you can be sure there are good places to eat nearby as well. We also provide places for you to shower so you can freshen up during the event.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Awesome event for our first camp in Atlanta, we had over 150 people over the weekend, and 12 teams showed apps on Sunday. Looking forward to part 2.

    September 16, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    DEMO's will start at 5PM prompt, cut off time for teams is 4pm, see you this evening Dean, thanks for the support!

    August 28, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    If anyone is a developer who has not registered for the event yet, we have just a few more tickets available, please go to http://atlanta.startupcamper.com/

    August 25, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Whats confusing, can you be more specific, maybe I can answer a specific question. With regards to what happens after the camp, if you mean to the teams, that really up to the team, we encourage them all to continue building on the project, and try to raise some money if they are serious about the idea! Hope that helps!

    August 25, 2011

  • Tash

    the website is rather confusing (to me), perhaps a usability issue, could you please explain what the different types of tickets are for? and where I can read about the outcome, what happens after the camp?

    August 25, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Absolutely Lee, please see http://atlanta.startupcamper.com

    August 21, 2011

  • Lee G.

    Is there anyplace to get more details about this? It sounds intriguing, but I have plenty of questions.

    August 21, 2011

  • Toby Morning changed the location to Georgia Tech ATDC

    August 7, 2011

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