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So You Wanna Startup

Startupbootcamp IoT and gridComm’s Startup Success

Step 1: Visualize your amazing new IoT product.
Step 2: Assemble your stellar startup team.
Step 3: Profit.

We all know that the steps to create a successful startup aren’t as easy as that. Sometimes we all need a little help: some cold hard cash, a comfy office space, and maybe a little guidance from someone who knows the biz. Steven Webb (element14) is here to introduce us to the Startupbootcamp IoT | Connected Devices. Steven reveals how you can pitch your startup to this unique accelerator program and what super cool prizes will be awarded to the winners of this contest. Also this week, we take a closer look at startup success story gridComm. Mike Holt (gridComm CEO and Co-Founder) joins Fish Fry to illustrate how gridComm is making cities across the world a whole lot smarter.

 

 

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