Are you an entrepreneur looking for a new way to challenge yourself? Then the 48-Hour Start-Up may just be for you. The event encourages individuals or teams from various backgrounds to work together on a project, create a business plan, and create a mature offer in 48 hours. Following the bid, selected projects will have the chance to present their start-up ideas in front of a panel of investors. Think Dragons’ Den but a lot more French (the project is organized by the French Junior Chamber International and Niwotata Future Hub).
This year’s session will run June 12-14 and revolves around the theme of female leadership, with various successful female leaders giving speeches throughout the weekend. To find out more, check out the organizers’ website.
To sign up, fill out this form before June 9. Registration is RMB 400 for non-members and RMB 300 for students enrolled in China or French Junior Chamber International members.
The registration fee includes: two-day mentoring sessions, speeches by high-profile experts, a presentation of selected projects to a panel of investors, networking, and CV dissemination, awards, as well as food and beverage provided over the entire weekend, and a cocktail party on Sunday evening.
This post first appeared on thebeijinger.com on June 2, 2015.