Thursday October 1, 2015 0 comments
DENVER -- The fourth annual Denver Startup Week is on a roll this year when it comes to attendance, according to organizers.
As of mid-day Wednesday, a total of 10,000 people had registered to take part, hitting the goal set for the week with half of the week still left to go.
Denver Startup week this year began Monday and concludes Friday.
When DSW began in 2012, there were 70 events and 3,500 attendees. This year, there are 230-plus events and more than 10,000 attendees.
The week is an opportunity for Denver area entrepreneurs and startups to get together through networking, learn about making their businesses more successful and just have fun with bar crawls and daily after parties.
More than 50 panels, speakers and events are set for today. For a full schedule of the week’s activities, click here.
Denver’s Startup Week is one of five now being held in the state, with Boulder Startup Week the longest-running, marking six years in 2016.
Other Startup Weeks are now held annually in Fort Collins, Longmont and Colorado Springs, which will hold its event Oct. 5-9.