The annual San Diego Startup Week returns June 25 to 29, with thousands of entrepreneurs, developers, venture capitalists and tech community advocates participating.
Over 200 speakers with first-hand experience are lined up, with most presentations taking place at the San Diego Civic Center Concourse. There are six content tracks: idea, seed, growth, development, design and marketing.
Organizers said the event is an opportunity for the local startup community to share progress, exchange resources, and celebrate each other’s accomplishments.
At night, there are parties, keynotes, startup crawls and other networking events to build community.
The event is one of the largest of its kind in the United States.
Tickets are available online, and organizers caution that events are rapidly filling up.
The event is organized by Startup San Diego, a California nonprofit that is run by a volunteer-based group of entrepreneurs, mentors and investors.
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