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A quick marathon to conceive good ideas – ‘Start-up weekend’


A quick marathon to conceive good ideas – ‘Start-up weekend’


By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 6 Sept 2011 ) ‘Start-up weekend’, planned for 4-6 November at the BizDojo in Wellington is one of those web-oriented events that Wellington seems to be particularly good at pulling off.

The idea is to mix people, ideas, skills and resources, and see if new businesses can’t be conceived.


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