Startup Warmup - Social Enterprise Startup Weekend Wellington Aug 2013
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The deck presented at Startup Warmup on 30 July 2013 as a preview for Social Enterprise Startup Weekend Wellington on 16-18 August 2013.

The deck presented at Startup Warmup on 30 July 2013 as a preview for Social Enterprise Startup Weekend Wellington on 16-18 August 2013.

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Startup Warmup - Social Enterprise Startup Weekend Wellington Aug 2013 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 1050+ Events 100,000+ Attendees 110 Countries 2000 + Global/local organizers 475 Cities
  • 2. SOCIAL ENTERPRISE ^
  • 3. • Global Facilitator, veteran of 9 Startup Weekends • Software developer, performance engineer & lexicographer • Serial entrepreneur (since age 18) • Wellington based early stage investor • Passionate about startups and entrepreneurs • Connect to me on LinkedIn and follow me on Twitter
  • 4. • • • • • • • • •
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  • 6. • • • • • •
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  • 8. IMPACT
  • 9. http://bit.ly/sw-infographic
  • 10. http://bit.ly/sw-infographic
  • 11. • Winner • $10,000 free advertising from TradeMe • Free one-year “medium” Xero account • $200 Amazon Web Services voucher • 10 days in the next 12 mo at BizDojo Wellington and Auckland • 5 days in the next 12 months at each of • eCentre (Albany) • The Bio Commerce Centre (Palmerston North) • CreativeHQ (Wellington)
  • 12. • ALL TEAMS ARE WINNERS! • Microsoft BizSpark - $10K software and services • Amazon Web Services - $100 voucher • Hook up with local developers, designers, mentors and investors • A shedload of other stuff, like freebies and big discounts on really useful stuff like O'Reilly books, SendGrid, UserVoice, KISSMetrics, MongoHQ, Crazy Egg, Optimizely, GoToMeeting - see https://startupweekend.rewardli.com/
  • 13. • • • •
  • 14. Q: Can I pitch something I’ve already been working on? A: No, however well researched and vetted ideas are welcome Q: What if my idea isn’t selected? A: Join another team. It’s not really about the idea. Q: Can I work on my idea even if it’s not selected? A: Only if you can get another two people on your team Q: Can I use any props or PowerPoint when I’m pitching? A: Props are OK, slides are not. You only have one minute! Q: What happens after Startup Weekend? A: That’s entirely up to you! We’ll have a reunion though.
  • 15. Q: What about my intellectual property? A: It’s probably better out than in. Q: Do I have to share equity with my teammates? A: The “Golden Rule” should apply, but it’s up to you. Reach quick verbal agreement up front, and don’t team up with assholes. Q: Can we use resources outside the room? A: Yes, we encourage you to pull out all stops.
  • 16. • Meet other participants and mentors • Explore some areas (e.g., energy, democracy, transport, health, environment) • Test your idea in a supportive environment • Practice pitching (and pitch coaching!) 2.30-5.30pm Friday 18 August Wellington City Council Chambers $5, snacks and drinks included http://socentlaunchpad/eventbrite.com
  • 17. • Doors open 8am • Morning • Refine your MVP and Elevator Pitch • Define customer/market validation questions • Some team members “get out of the building” • Others start building the product and/or acquiring external resources • Fill in Startup Weekend Survey / Census • Lunch: Midday • Teams give 1-minute pitch, call for help
  • 18. • Afternoon • Incorporate learnings from validation • Pivot? • Build furiously • Sign up first customers • Dinner: 6pm, another round of 1-minute pitches • Evening • Go-to-market plan • Front end / back end integration started • Final presentation structured • Doors close 1am
  • 19. • Doors open 8am • Morning • 1 minute pitches • Build comes together; testing • Final presentation being fleshed out • Plan out the future post-Startup Weekend • Lunch: midday • Afternoon • Finalise presentation; dry run; tech check • 5-8pm – Final Presentations
  • 20. • Social Enterprise Conference – Thu 15 August • Explore the social enterprise sector • Develop your social entrepreneurship skills • Talks from pioneers, skill building workshops & quality networking • Develop a blueprint for a "Better Wellington"
  • 21. • http://wellington.startupweekend.org • david@hikurangi.org.nz • alanna@enspiral.com
  • 22. • Sign up for Social Enterprise Launchpad • Sign up your friends • Think big • Meet people http://wellington.startupweekend.org
  • 23. Appendix