20 of Silicon Valley’s finest – including but not limited to, innovative developers, marketing, pr, social media…all who love entrepreneurship and the feeling of a startup atmosphere, looking to create a ground breaking product with a new team. What that product is? They won’t know until they are accepted on the bus.
The hackathon will take place for 3 days and 2 nights to an exclusive location, that will take these fine individuals outside of the silicon valley bubble, and away from any distractions. Allowing them to enjoy the fine escape of California’s beautiful scenery.
Each individual will be hand selected by our Angel Hack team, by evaluating our personal networks, and also by publicizing the event through silicon valley technologists where they can apply on the website. Applications submitted through the website will be reviewed and hand selected for approval.
We will be leaving San Francisco on November 11 on a bus to a TBA location and returning on November 13th. Along the way, we will have team building activities on the bus, as well as a team building lunch upon arrival. Upon arrival at the hotel, working begins at 7 p.m. Friday the 11th with a hard stop at Noon on Sunday the 13th. On Sunday, we will be taking the team to a rewarding location of wine tasting or another exclusive team building congrats for making it through the weekend and creating a product.
Upon completion, we are seeking to hold a press/media event upon return to San Francisco at Rocketspace. At the event, we will give a demo of the products created, and allow Angels, VC’s, and media a first look of what a 3 month incubator can create in a 3 day time period.
You can check out more details at http://www.angelhack.com
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