Bill Reichert - Garage (Keynote speaker)
Eugene Zhang - InnoSpring
Mario Tapia - Momentum
Rodolfo Gonzalez – Foundation Capital
Benjamin Malka - GP of North Hill Ventures
Alexander Niehenke - Principal of Scale Venture Partners
Monali Jain - Charter Member
Hendrik Pretorius, Pretorius Law (Immigration Lawyer)
Jackie Hernandez, Plug & Play Tech Center (Entrepreneur)
Niranjan Singh; Bio - Founder of Wipiway. Previously, developer for Healthcare System Connections. Penn State Graduate and winner of Penn State Hackathon, 2012. Active member of the Innoblue entrepreneurial community. Microsoft Imagine Cup Alumni. Experience in variety of Tech projects, expertise in Android App development.
Manish Chandra (Founder & CEO at Poshmark, Inc.)
Russell Beattie (Technical Evangelist, Amazon)
Kamalakannan Siva (Technology Architect, Cisco)
Silicon Valley Startup Weekend is taking place December 13 -[masked]. This Startup Weekend is mobile focused, but all ideas (web, enterprise, consumer etc) and entrepreneurs are welcome to come and participate! Get your ticket today - we are expecting this event to sell out. What is Startup Weekend? It's 54 hours of pure startup action. You'll have a chance to form your team, build your product, and network to make those connections you need to launch your startup. Silicon Valley Startup Weekend is all action and no talk! Sign up today!
Official site: http://siliconvalley.startupweekend.org/
About Startup Weekend (http://startupweekend.org/)
The professional and personal challenges, the high and lows, the failures and the success?
Startup Weekend (http://startupweekend.org/) is a global grassroots movement of active and empowered entrepreneurs who are learning the basics of founding startups and launching successful ventures. It is the largest community of passionate entrepreneurs with over 400 past events in 100 countries around the world in 2011.
The non-profit organization is headquartered in Seattle, Washington but Startup Weekend organizers and facilitators can be found in over 200 cities around the world. From Mongolia to South Africa to London to Brazil, people around the globe are coming together for weekend long workshops to pitch ideas, form teams, and start companies.
All Startup Weekend events follow the same basic model: anyone is welcome to pitch their startup idea and receive feedback from their peers. Teams organically form around the top ideas (as determined by popular vote) and then it’s a 54 hour frenzy of business model creation, coding, designing, and market validation. The weekends culminate with presentations in front of local entrepreneurial leaders with another opportunity for critical feedback.
Whether entrepreneurs found companies, find a cofounder, meet someone new, or learn a skill far outside their usual 9-to-5, everyone is guaranteed to leave the event better prepared to navigate the chaotic but fun world of startups.