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Hackerbracketpdfv2

  1. 1. University Hackathon Recruiting Platform
  2. 2. Background Hackathon! Organizers Hackathon! Sponsors Hackers
  3. 3. Background Students/semester taking part in hackathons 10000 7500 5000 2500 0 2012 2013 SOURCE:
  4. 4. Background 20k! CS grads /year 30k! funded start-ups /year $10k - $20k! spent on average recruitment SOURCE:
  5. 5. Background Companies sponsor hackathons as a recruitment opportunity. $10,000 - $25,000 per sponsor
  6. 6. Problem Hackathon Sponsors “As sponsor ROI decreases at these events, it becomes increasingly difficult to spend tens of thousands of dollars at hackathons.” Will Barnett, ! University Recruiter at Facebook
  7. 7. Problem Hackathon Sponsors “As the popularity of hackathons continues, in order to ensure the sustainability of the economic side, we would love to see a more proactive approach to matching employers and participants during (or before/after) events so that we can ensure to maximize the value of the event overall, while still allowing students to focus on learning new skills and building great things.” Will Barnett, ! University Recruiter at Facebook
  8. 8. Problem Hackathon Sponsors “There is definitely room for improvement in the way hackathon and sponsors work” Dave Jagoda, ! Coder at
  9. 9. Audience Hackathon Hackathon! Sponsors Hackers
  10. 10. Solution Hackathon talent recruitment platform.
  11. 11. Solution From the sponsor’s point of view
  12. 12. Solution “First thing that comes to mind is to keep it as brief as possible. Hackers (the good ones, at least) have plenty of previous hacks to show, so other information isn't extremely necessary.” - Adam Smith, Hacker
  13. 13. Solution From the hacker’s point of view
  14. 14. Solution x25 Hackathons! ~750 Hackers Each
  15. 15. Revenue Subscription Revenue Model Hackathon! Sponsors! (Individual events) National ! Hack A Thon! Sponsor Basic Employer Included in Hackathon Sponsorship Included $1,250/event Included $200/month - 5 emails/month $1500/month 20 emails/month Mentor-A- Hacker Intern Board $500/hacker Included - 50 Hackers $1000/Hacker Not available Hacker Product Feedback $1,000/product 50 hackers Included Not available Not Available Local Hackers Profile Expanded Hacker Search (Profiles from other events) National Competition Not available $1,000,000 $300/month University Staffing Agency Not available $1000/month 10 emails/month Not available
  16. 16. University Hackathon Recruiting Platform
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