Startup Pitch Bootcamp
|Fecha:||2013-05-07, 06:30 PM|
|Sede:||Complejo RUTA N, Calle 67 #52-20v, Frente a la Universidad de Antioquia, Medellin, Antioquia, 11111|
Se contará con la presencia de los tres Co-Directores de Founder Institute Medellin, todos con experiencia en el ecosistema de startups: Dario Palacio, Jose Betancur y Alan Colmenares.También contará con graduados del programa y el siguiente panel de mentores con amplia experiencia para proveer retroalimentación puntual para mejorar sus ideas/startups.
6PM - Registro.
6:30PM - Palabras por parte de Ruta N.
6:40PM - Presentación sobre la incubadora mas grande del mundo: Founder Institute.
7PM - Conferencia sobre Ideation - Serge Kruppa.
7:30PM - Conferencia sobre mejores practicas para presentar su idea - Alan Colmenares.
8:15PM - Practica en publica por parte de emprendedores con retroalimentación del panel.
9PM - Clausura.
Serge Kruppa - Director of Engineering, VoIP and Latin America at LiveVox, a leading provider of cloud contact center solutions headquartered in San Francisco. Prior to joining LiveVox, Serge was co-founder and CTO of Peerant, a peer-to-peer contact center startup based in Silicon Valley. That venture was spun-off from Simitel, a successful IVR and speech recognition solutions provider which Serge co-founded in 2001. As CTO of Simitel, Serge was a frequent speaker at Astricon conferences worldwide and also won the Intel prize for a Competitive Mexico in 2004. He pitched in events like the O'Reilly Emerging Telephony Launchpad held in the Bay Area and was a mentor for Endeavor Mexico.
Conrad Egusa - The founder of El Espacio, the top co-working space in Medellín. He has consulted for global brands (Intercontinental Hotels Group), leading internet businesses (Eyeglasses.com), consulting firms (Stacyblackman.com), and Y Combinator startups. His background is entrepreneurial, having founded the company 2minuteGMAT, which is a GMAT prep company, and having earlier founded CampusKiwi, which was an angel investor backed startup. Conrad was formerly a writer at VentureBeat, and has contributed articles to the New York Times.