*Free event but registration mandatory on eventbrite *
We are very happy to welcome Tanguy Goretti, one of the succesful entrepreneur in the Belgium tech scene and co-founder of COWBOY, to discuss his entrepreneurial journey during our weekly talk !
Tanguy Goretti was the founder and CEO of Djump and is now the founder of COWBOY, the new generation of electric and connected bike who just raised 10 million € with the goal to develop it globally. He built his first website at age 13, and launched his startup when he turned 23 and was still a student. Always eager to share his vision about the future of mobility, he is a strong believer in the power of tech to solve the biggest problems of our century.
For this particular talk, Cowboy opens its doors to our students and public ! We will then have the chance to discover a new place for this evening !
About Le Wagon Talk
The Wagon Talk is an informal networking event that let founders, accelerators and other important players in the local startup scene get together with future entrepreneurs to share their successes and failures.
The event is free and everyone is welcome. Take your ticket on Eventbrite to book your seat! Drinks on us ;-)
6:15PM > Doors opening
6:30PM > Start of Le Wagon Talk, be there on time! :-)
Le Wagon is Europe's leading coding school for entrepreneurs and creative people. We are now present in 30 cities worldwide, with over 120 startups and 3700+ alumni , and have been rated the no#1 coding bootcamp worldwide on Course Report & Switchup! Le Wagon teaches students to develop web applications from scratch. Our cutting-edge curriculum and world-class teachers give students all the skills and tools needed to kick-start their tech career, land a job as software developers or product managers, or launch their own startup.
If you'd like to hear more about us, reach out Ana, Brussels city Driver at [masked]
The next batch inBrussels starts on January 21st. Further details about the course, our alumni stories and how to apply can be found at www.lewagon.com/brussels