For less than the cost of a bicycle tune-up, you can attend Atlassian Starter Day in San Francisco, an event that brings together some of tech’s brightest entrepreneurs for a 1/2 day of talks about the business of startups.
- Nathan Stoll, Aardvark
- Avner Ronen, Boxee
- Mike Volpe, Hubspot
- Steve Ginsberg, Pandora
- Glenn Kelman, Redfin
- Jochen Frey, ScoutLabs
From the throes of fast growth to the ins-and-outs of user experience testing, Starter Day is about the business of startups, but the lessons learned extend to any technical team that’s looking to excel. You need more reason than this? Here’s 5 more:
5. The big bash afterwards
After the presentations, we’re going to have a big bash at our user conference, Atlassian Summit. Schmooze with Starter Day attendees and meet the sponsors of Summit, many of whom are also young startups themselves. After networking, you wind down at the InterContinental’s Grappa bar. Seriously, a Grappa bar?!?!
4. It’s only $10 if you’re a Starter License holder
If you have a Starter License, we’ll give you $40 off the already ridiculously low cost of $50. Contact us for details.
3. Network with other tech junkies like yourself
We speak geek. So does everyone else who’s gonna be there. Get out of the office and make a few connections with like-minded folk, you never know where it’ll lead.
2. Find out who the mystery speaker is
Truth be told, we’ll probably announce the mystery speaker about a week before the event, but trust us, you’ll want to be there to hear what s/he has to say.
1. Did we mention killer talks by hot startups?
Get your spot at Starter Day. Seating is limited.