Denver Startup Week is about innovation for founders, developers, product managers, designers, marketers, sales teams, and makers. As the largest free entrepreneurial event of its kind in North America, Denver Startup Week featured 400 sessions throughout the Denver Community, including three sessions in the CAVEA Theater. Check out the overview of all the sessions throughout this week-long event.
September 25 | 8:00-9:30am
Time to market is often seen as the holy grail of developing products. This can lead us to try to cut corners in able to get there first. This doesn’t actually work. In most cases, these cut corners cause more significant delays, and crappy products. We will explore the modern mechanisms to be able to reach real value more quickly by eliminating churn, rework, and error prone software. More >
September 25 | 2:00-3:30pm
Presented by Creative Startups
The publishing business has been turned upside down. Blogging, self-publishing, content aggregators and online communities all live in the shadow of Amazon, while traditional publishers stick to blockbuster authors. What's a writer to do? Start a revolution! Come meet writers and entrepreneurs who are capturing the opportunities this disruption has wrought. These innovators create content and communities, reach new markets and write the future one page (or post) at a time. More>
September 26 2018 | 10:00-11:30am
It's no secret that Colorado's lifestyle is a big reason why people move here to live work and play. We have the second-largest aerospace economy in the country and home to many titans of the industry like Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrup Grumman, and Ball. And, the aerospace startup community is also gaining momentum.
But how can these startups compete with the big players in a traditional industry? Are there opportunities for disruption? Is there room for collaboration? During this panel discussion hear from the experts that will explain how to find new value propositions, cultivate an innovative workforce, and translate this into business models that succeed. More>