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16nov2018

Startup24 Arnhem

Tijd: 15.30 tot 01.00 uur
Locatie:  ArTEZ in Arnhem

Startup24 is een landelijk evenement met een lokale invulling, waarbij studenten op een praktische, laagdrempelige en vooral leuke manier leren wat er komt kijken bij startups en ondernemerschap.

Pitchen, op een creatieve en flexibele manier problemen leren oplossen en een bedrijfsmodel opzetten, zijn niet alleen belangrijk bij het beginnen van een startup. Het zijn ook belangrijke vaardigheden in een snel veranderende economie. Door studenten zo vroeg mogelijk enthousiast te maken over de mogelijkheden van ondernemerschap, hebben ze tijdens hun studie de ruimte om volop te experimenteren en zo, gewapend met het juiste gereedschap, te doen waar ze goed in zijn na hun afstuderen.   

En dat is precies het doel van Startup24, met een groot startup evenement in alle grote studentensteden van Nederland. Met 24 uur op de klok, vormen studenten teams, en leren door middel van interactieve workshops en games een idee om te vormen tot een gevalideerd concept en strakke startup pitch, die tijdens de finale gepresenteerd worden.

In Arnhem/Nijmegen doen de HAN, Van Hall Larenstein, ArtEZ en de RU mee. Startup24 zal dit jaar plaatsvinden bij ArtEZ in Arnhem.

PROGRAMMA
15:30-16:00 Walk in (Entrance)
Welcome in the local venue, which will be your homebase for the upcoming 24 hours!

16:00-16:30 Local kick off (Plenary room)
Plenary introduction of the purpose and the content of Startup 24.

16:30-17:00 Teampitches (Plenary room)
For the teams who still seek a team member to complete their team, there is time to give a 45-seconds pitch after which the speed dating between participants who subscribed as an individual and the teams which are not completed happens. Once a team is completed, it can register as a team at the entrance of the building.

17:00/17:15 Problem defining and solving (Team office)
Having formed your team, it is now time to get to know each other and to work on an idea. Take some time to formulate your idea; what is exactly the essence that you will be working on? To develop an idea, you have to carefully review what the real problem is, and if that problem is worth solving. This may sound hard to do, but no worries, there is information in the information booklet to help you!

18:15 - 19:00 Dinner (Kitchen)
Dinner (and lunch) is provided by TakeAway.com - enjoy! This is the ideal moment to have a quick and informal chat with one of the coaches, who can help you with defining and solving the real problem. Don’t forget to network with other attendees!

19:00 - 19:45 Workshop Lean Validation (Plenary room)
After having defined the real problem and a, or some, possible solution(s), it is time to validate your assumptions. In this interactive and practice-oriented workshop you will learn the best ways to validate your assumptions and how to iterate them.

19:45 - 22:00 Working on validation (Out of the Building)
The easiest and best way to check whether you are on the right track is by validating your assumptions in the field. Get out of the building, talk to your potential customer and get as much valuable information out of them as possible!

22:00 - 22:30 Summarizing validation (Team office)
It is time to summarise all the information you have got from potential customers, where your assumptions right or do you have to alter them? If your assumptions were confirmed in the field, then you’re definitely on the right track and ready to build your business model. If not, no worries, there is plenty of time left to test new assumptions.

22:30 - 23:15 Workshop BMC (Plenary room)
In this workshop you will learn how to fill in Osterwalder’s Business Model Canvas and thus how to build a business around your value proposition.

23:15 - 00:00 Working on the 1st pitch (Team office)
When the clock strikes 12, it only means one thing: pitching time! Since pitching is an essential aspect of entrepreneurship and this might be your first pitch, you had better be prepared for it! In the 1st pitch you have to elaborate on the team formation, to give an overview of the assumptions you had had, how you validated them, the outcome of the
validation, and which steps you’re going to execute later on!

00:00 - 00:30/01:00 Pitching time (Plenary room)
Depending on the number of teams, there is time for a 3-minute-pitch to cover the aforementioned topics in front of a jury of experts. Don’t be afraid, in the first pitching round they are here to give you critical, but valuable feedback. With the feedback in your mind, you are invited and encouraged to continue working during the night, but you are allowed to go home after the 1st pitching round. During the night, energizers will be organized to keep you awake and there are possibilities to have at least some rest.

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