Techstars Startup Weekend Women Dublin 2024: Empowering Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Techstars Startup Weekend Women Dublin is thrilled to announce its upcoming event from March 22nd to March 24th, 2024, hosted at the stunning Accenture Song office in Smithfield. This power-packed 54-hour event aims to empower aspiring entrepreneurs, offering them a unique platform to connect, innovate, and make a positive impact on society. The event is for everyone, not just women and you don’t need to have a business idea to join us.

Coming to Ireland, Techstars Startup Weekend Women

Event Highlights:

Dates: March 22 – 24, 2024
Location: Accenture Song Office, Smithfield, Dublin
Theme: UN Sustainable Development Goals and Social Innovation

About the Event:

Techstars Startup Weekend Women Dublin is a dynamic three-day event designed to inspire and propel aspiring women entrepreneurs into action. This edition will be hosted again at the state-of-the-art Accenture Song office in Smithfield, providing an inspiring backdrop for collaboration and innovation.

What to Expect:

Participants will have the opportunity to join or form a team, collaborate on social innovation ideas, and connect with like-minded individuals and mentors. The theme for this event revolves around the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and Social Innovation, aligning the entrepreneurial spirit with global initiatives for a better future.

“Techstars Startup Weekend planted the seed of entrepreneurship to me and gave me the confident to pursue my entrepreneurship journey, that’s why I’m so passionate to volunteer and give back this experience to other aspiring entrepreneurs” Leyla F Karaha

“Techstars Startup Weekend was not just a great couple of day, it was a transformative weekend. Surrounded by inspiring women with shared ambitions, I found the validation that propelled my business idea and the entrepreneurial life forward. Since that empowering weekend, I haven’t looked back, only onwards, upwards and full speed ahead” Lorena Rodriguez, Founder Rooty.

“Participating in the Techstars Startup Weekend has been a springboard for my business plans. Most importantly it has brought me a heartfelt connection with individuals and entrepreneus who care about making this world a better place for everyone. Teresa Ventaja, Founder PrivaC

Why Attend:

Networking: Connect with amazing minds and potential co-founders.
Learning: Gain insights from experienced mentors and industry experts.
Collaboration: Work on innovative ideas addressing social challenges.
Empowerment: Amplify the presence of women in the startup ecosystem.

Event Organisers:

Techstars Startup Weekend Women Dublin is organised by a team of dedicated volunteers committed to fostering diversity, innovation, and social impact within the entrepreneurial community.

How to Participate:

Click here to register and secure your spot for this exciting and empowering weekend.

Join the Conversation:

Stay updated on event details, highlights, and announcements by following us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and using the official event hashtag: #SWDW

Techstars Startup Weekend Women Dublin 2024 promises to be an unforgettable experience where ideas turn into action, and collaborations create a positive impact on the world. Be a part of this transformative journey and help shape the future of entrepreneurship.

Last year event pictures

About Techstars Startup Weekend:

Techstars Startup Weekend is a global grassroots movement of active and empowered entrepreneurs who are learning the basics of founding startups and launching successful ventures. It is the largest community of passionate entrepreneurs, with events in over 150 countries and 700 cities around the world.

About United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all by 2030. Adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, they are a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet.

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