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Deck that I used in Chihuahua Entrepreneurs Forum, mostly I share my experience working with the Monterrey Startup Community and some thoughts on how to improve and move forward.

Deck that I used in Chihuahua Entrepreneurs Forum, mostly I share my experience working with the Monterrey Startup Community and some thoughts on how to improve and move forward.

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    Startup communities: Lessons and thoughts. Startup communities: Lessons and thoughts. Presentation Transcript

    • Hello Chihuahua.
    • 1.Monterrey.
    • 2.Books.
    • 3.ラーメン
    • Conversation > Bla Bla Bla...
    • MTY has: 1.Entrepreneurial Culture. 2.Engineering Talent. 3.Market Proximity. 4.Capital.
    • It wasn’t overnight...
    • 2011. Startup Weekend. Barcamp. Hackathons. 2012. Coworking Spaces. Dev/ Design Shops. Meetups. 2013. Accelerators/Incubators. Venture Capital. Learning Clubs.
    • 1.Entrepreneurs. 2.Startups. 3.Schools. 4.Service providers. 5.Talent development. 6.Recreation places. 7.Companies.
    • The Model / Theory:
    • “Engage the whole stack.” -Feld.
    • 1.Ask for proactive feedback. 2.Work with the right people. 3.Eyes wide open.
    • 1.Expect something in return. 2.Seek power or recognition. 3.Seek individual purposes.
    • “Building a startup community is not a zero-sum game.” “If everyone engages, the entire community can be winners.”
    • This is the time of México.
    • Thank you!!