With Startup Weekends in five American cities and three others around the globe, we're thrilled to know that entrepreneurial communities are gathering to help solve the problems of today. Promotional logo stickers with custom branding help set these events apart.
Startup Weekend Singapore Mega
Over in Singapore, the team went with a custom shaped sticker with all kinds of icons encircling the Startup Weekend beaker logo, and then their location branding. They will be serving up plenty of entrepreneurial training and awards, with $250,000 worth of prizes and swag given away. They will have have DJI drones, Xbox, Kindles and many other amazing tech gadgets for the best teams. Winners will stand to get startup courses with certification, co-working memberships and Lego Trophies.
Startup Weekend Saint John
In Canada, the designers went with patriotic flair for their circle sticker, with a a Maple Leaf Flag flying high out of the Startup Weekend Beaker. The bold red color will really pop and help call attention to wherever it life. Startup Weekend Saint John brings together New Brunswick designers, developers, entrepreneurs, and experts from all domains to do amazing things.
Startup Weekend Latinx in Tech - OAK, LA, CHI, MIA, NYC
The Latinx* community is the second largest ethnic group in America, made up of 52 million people and by 2060, over a quarter of the entire U.S. population will be Latinx - that’s about 119MM people and over a trillion dollar market that remains untapped - until now. This team is making this startup weekend the biggest in history. They’re launching 50 Latinx led ventures in 54 hours in five cities. There will be 500 Latinxs and allies together in Oakland, LA, Chicago, Miami and New York to ideate and design solutions to the problems affecting the Latinx community. The sticker you see is for the New York edition, with a custom die cut shape bringing together the title sponsor Google for Entrepreneurs, the Startup Weekend branding and their unique event theme.
Startup Weekend Oulu
In Finland, attendees might find their perfect co-founder soulmate with whom they'll go on to launch a successful startup, be it this weekend or down the road. They take good care of teams during the weekend. This Startup Weekend provides plenty of food, unlimited coffee, Startup Weekend Oulu T-shirts, a fantastic working space, access to the best startup tools, advice and coaching from some of the area's best startup mentors, plus a being plugged into a global community of entrepreneurs. The went with a simple, Startup Weekend beaker logo without any event or location, which will help it serve as a bat signal of sorts for those in the know. With a bright orange color as the dominant design motif, this round sticker will have plenty of life on bumpers, laptops, window or whatever spot it ends up.
More about Startup Weekend from Techstars.
Startup Weekend 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 and launch the next startup.
Startup Weekend is 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 2900 past events in over 150 countries around the world. To date Startup Weekend events have witnessed 23k+ teams being created with the help of over 193k community members. Thanks to Techstars, this event gets major interest and sponsorships. We've been doing this for many years now, and we love to see new communities popping up every year.
*Just a definition of Latinx really quick:
Latinx (pronounced: Latin-X) is a gender neutral term often used in lieu of Latino or Latina that refers to individuals with cultural ties to Latin America and individuals with Latin American descent. The -x replaces the standard o/a ending of Latino and is intended to be more gender inclusive. The term originally appeared online in queer forums, but has slowly gained recognition in academic spaces and social media platforms. There is a current ongoing debate surrounding the usage of the term, as well as the other proposed attempts at introducing gender neutrality.