Pachuca Startup Week gets bonus creativity points for their custom sticker sheets going to attendees all week as they roll out fun events around entrepreneurship.
They have a jam packed week of events for networking and learning as they feature hands on workshops, meet ups, talks and more around business in Pachuca de Soto, Mexico.
The Pachuca Startup Week sticker sheet features four total custom shaped peel offs, including a big Startup Week snow globe that contains a node to the local architecture and a fun “Made in Pachuca” peel that promotes
We sponsor Startup Weeks and Startup Weekends with custom stickers in association with Techstars, and we are so excited to see local business communities rallying together for a common purpose. “Startup Week is more than a conference, it’s a celebration.”
We have stickers on Florida’s Gulf Coast for the third Tampa Bay Startup Week, which is now in full swing through Friday with local events all around the Bay even into Pinellas County. This year they have a custom die cut sticker with event branding and a beach-theme Startup Weekend snow globe design in a bright, bold orange swatch.
We’ve been sponsoring this event since its inception (see the 2016 stickers and the 2015 stickers). This year close to five thousand participants will join over 80 events at venues in both Downtown Tampa and Downtown St. Petersburg. There are inspiring speakers and plenty of engaging sessions for budding entrepreneurs who want to network in the Tampa Bay area. We are always stoked to see our Techstars community get together.
Sponsored die cut stickers are heading to Finland for a Startup Weekend/Startup Week combo put on by our entrepreneurial friends in the city of Oulu. This city is in the country’s central region right on the shores of the Gulf of Bothnia and is home to 198,804 inhabitants. Iy is the most populous city in Northern Finland and the fifth most populous city in the country.
Oulu Startup Week will be a seven-day celebration of the local entrepreneurship community. Startup Week brings entrepreneurs, local leaders, and friends together for a week to build momentum of opportunities around Oulu’s one-of-a-kind entrepreneurial identity hosted in the entrepreneurial spaces we all know and love. They are rocking a rectangle-shaped die cut with a bright cyan background and the Startup Week globe design.
Startup Weekend Oulu is a 54-hour event where developers, designers and business development folks come together to form teams, validate their ideas, build new products and launch startups, all in one weekend. It is a great opportunity to test startup ideas, meet potential co-founders, build the community in Oulu and launch your next startup. For this event, they chose a custom circle sticker with their event name and the Startup Weekend beaker brand on a sea-foam green.
Startup Weekend and Startup Week are Techstars events that are part of 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 3,000 past events in over 150 countries around the world. To date Techstars events have witnessed thousands of teams being created with the help of nearly 200,000 community members. The community of people is what brings us in and why we love sponsoring such inspiring events.
We have a trio of Startup Weekend events this weekend, with three different countries represented. They are all receiving our new die cut stickers, with Startup Weekend Orange County sporting a black oval design that features the Newport Beach ferris wheel while both Startup Weekend Gandhinagar and Startup Weekend UBC Vancouver have a rectangle design relying on a green color scheme that incorporates their respective city’s skyline.
Startup Weekends, from our friends at Techstars, bring together entrepreneurs from across local communities and from around the world. Participants have the chance to build their own business and network with like-minded folks, and every Startup Weekend holds the potential for greatness.
Starting today through Sunday, Startup Weekend Kids Mexico City 2016 will be bringing together kids to focus their ideas into a business, and in the process have the opportunity to realize their wildest plans into tangible objects. Parents can be involved, and there will be games and problem solving sessions of all kinds, including a LEGO visualization exercise. Safe to say, the program is packed for these kids, and they will have an awesome sticker sheet with six individual peel offs of fun characters to stick wherever they please (just ask mom and dad!).
How does it work?
Startup Kids weekend is an event of 19 hours over a weekend, providing an educational experience in a fun learning environment where children are free to create, experience and bring their ideas reality. Participants will form teams according to the project ideas they have chosen. Through workshops, lectures and mentoring for three days, they will be in contact with expert coaches to guide their project, Mentors will provide the tools needed so that the kids can experience the process of turning an idea into something real.
Who can participate in this startup Weekend kids?
All children from 8 to 12 years are invited to bring their ideas to take the next step, to make friends, and to experience fun. These organizers know that children have both the talent and the creative minds to discover, so they are creating an experience to connect kids with entrepreneurs to witness the positive impact that they can generate in our society. Plus, this team is convinced that entrepreneurship is the best way to promote the progress of society and human welfare. Startup Weekend is the entry point to the world’s most important ventures, and Techstars is helping incubate entrepreneurs who will lead the future startups.
Thanks to the organizers and mentors for taking the time to arrange and attend this awesome community event (@alyssonfranklin, @solsona, @samarasalas, @stefica88, @erkluna, @wenyrmz, @huracaned, @XochOrtega).