The LoyalT team of Startup Weekend III in April poses on the roof of bizperc. Photo by Michael Stacy.
Update: Tickets are now on sale at kansascity.startupweekend.com.
If you’re unable to make it to Omaha’s event later this month, Sept. 16-18, make sure to put this one on your calendar and consider attending. At Startup Weekend, small teams of developers, designers and business people work for 54 hours to take an idea from concept to prototype, ending with a pitch competition with judges that deems one team the winner of the event.
To learn more about Startup Weekend Kansas City, visit kansascity.startupweekend.org.
To see our past coverage of Startup Weekend Kansas City, which include photos and videos of the event, see our post: “Startup Weekend Kansas City: Photo and video wrap-up“.
Here are some thoughts from the organizers on the final day of the Startup Weekend held in April: