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SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
SunyRide OpenCoffee Club Riga 11-Sep-08
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  • Hi, my name is Sandis. I am a dad, runner and... co-founder of SunyRide. SunyRide is Rideshare to Events with Friends service... based on Facebook.\n
  • It’s a pool of drivers and passengers, who match on basis of interests, location and social connections. Whether you are friends already or you’re gonna become after sharing the ride... to your favorite band’s concert, sports event or... Open Coffee Club event.\n
  • This service is created by great team with a combined... 55 years of experience... in management, advertising, development and design.\nThousands of all kind of events attended by millions of people every year, but...\n- Inconvenient public transportation (e.g., non existing or too many connections)\n- Difficult traffic and parking to event\n- Hours spent in public transport with people with whom you might not share common interest\n\n
  • But there’s another way, more fun...\n
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  • We are looking for drivers and passengers to join...\n
  • ...and rockstar angel investors for investment in the SUNNIEST company in North Europe.\n
  • How we started. We lived with our idea since January. With out doing anything, we just had our precious idea... But then we were inspired by what teams achieved in Garage 48.\n\nSo we decided hackhaton is something we should organize ourselves. \n
  • So we did, on basis of wireframes, what Kristaps and I put together... we started to work for two days.\n
  • ...of course not without some help...\n
  • and some more work and fun! I have to say hackhaton is good way to start something with all the common constraints no time/money/resources, whatever excuse you might have.\n
  • In April we applied to Startup Sauna Warmup Spring edition on April 15th.\nWarmup is one-day-coaching-event. It’s targeted for early stage startups that want to get mentoring from the best serial entrepreneurs and investors from the Nordic region. The best teamwill be selected to the Startup Sauna program and granted 1 500 euros prize money to cover travel and accommodation.All applications sent to Warmups will also be part of the open call process from where they might be invited for the program.\n\nWe didn’t won, but were strongly suggested to apply via open application. So we made it, from nearly 200 teams we get into 15, as well as Warmup winner Mighty Fingers and Campalyst.\n\n
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  • Great mentors\n
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  • Fun in free time, it’s kitchen\n
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  • Latvian sleeping van...\n
  • Preparation for demo day....\n
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  • SunyRide presentation\n
  • We graduated program as “Best Demo”.\n\n\n
  • We were one of 6 teams selected for trip to Silicon Valley. We started with most important...\n
  • ...surfing in Santa Cruz.\n
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  • Half Moon Bay\n
  • Feedburner, Meebo, Meetup, ShareThis, Sugar CRM, Tesla Motors, Twitter, Yahoo\n
  • Airbnb, Apple, Dropbox, Google, YouTube, PayPal, Cisco Systems, Oracle, Electronic Arts, Yahoo!, NVIDIA, Atari, LinkedIn, Meebo, Zappos\n
  • CEO and founder of Applifier, cross-promotion network for social games and apps reaching tens of millions of MAU. Everyplay, our startup in the social gaming space, turned into Applifier recently.\n
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  • SF Shared office space.\n
  • Our partners come from companies like MySpace and BitTorrent, and mentors from companies like Yelp, Digg, Mint, MochiMedia, and OpenDNS.\n
  • Product Manager at Google\nCo-Founder and Chairman at Jaiku (acquired by Google)\n
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  • Tõnis Saag, Sportlyzer\n
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  • This movie is based on true story of Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane’s successful attempt to put together a baseball club on a budget by employing cquantitative analysis known as sabermetrics to create a winning team and, more miraculously, to combat the huge payroll inequities between baseball’s richest and poorest organizations. He questioned existing status quo.\n
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  • Transcript

    • 1. Rideshare to Events with Friends
    • 2. Rideshare to Events with Friends
    • 3. Drivers Passengers
    • 4. Inspired by
    • 5. Riga 30.09.2011. more info on startupsauna.com
    • 6. Ricky YeanCo-Founder & CEO at Crowdbooster.comPhoto: Facebook.com
    • 7. Sami InkinenCo-Founder and President at Trulia.comPhoto: SFGate.com
    • 8. Ville VesterinenCEO at Grey Area. Shadow Cities
    • 9. Nicolai WadströmCEO & Founder at BootstrapLabs
    • 10. Michael LevitFounders Den
    • 11. Steve BlankSerial entrepreneur, lecturer at StanfordUniversity
    • 12. Mårten MickosCEO of Eucalyptus Systems, f. CEO of MySQL
    • 13. Donna NovitskyInstructor, Global Entrepreneurial MarketingStanford School of EngineeringPhoto: http://www.flickr.com/photos/abennett96/
    • 14. Gregory W. HeibelPartner at OrrickPhoto: http://www.orrick.com
    • 15. Robert ScobbleBlogger http://scobleizer.com/
    • 16. Steve JurvetsonManaging Director at Draper Fisher JurvetsonPhoto: http://www.acceleratingfuture.com
    • 17. Mark DempsterMarketing partner at Sequoia CapitalPhoto: http://www.sequoiacap.com
    • 18. Jussi LaakkonenCEO & founder at ApplifierPhoto: http://venturebeat.com
    • 19. Mikko TorikkaWriter at VentureBeatPhoto: http://deski.fi
    • 20. Duncan LoganCEO at RocketSpacePhoto: http://www.younoodle.com
    • 21. Paul BragielFounder at i/o venturesPhoto: http://online.wsj.com
    • 22. Jyri EngeströmFounder & CEO at DittoPhoto: http://about.me
    • 23. Caterina FakeChairman of the Board at Etsy, Co-founder ofHunch, f. Co-founder of FlickrPhoto: http://www.hauteliving.com
    • 24. Bjoern Lasse HerrmannCofounder at BlackBox & StartupGenome
    • 25. Christofer KarltorpCo-Founder at Zerply
    • 26. - How can I help you?- Contacts- Time 10-15
    • 27. - Practicalities- Company establishment in US- Visit existing contacts- Meeting with partners
    • 28. Jim LeaheyVice President, Sales and Marketing at OaklandAthleticsPhoto: http://mlb.mlb.com/oak/
    • 29. Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didnt do than by the ones you did do.So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. Mark Twain
    • 30. Thank you!@SandisSaukaSunyRide co-foundersunyride.com / @sunyride_com

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