signals Founders' Academy

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signals Open Studios

Am Nordbahnhof 3

10115 Berlin

Germany

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*** We want to support early-stage startups and young entrepreneurs: Use the following code to receive a free ticket! ***

CODE for free ticket : signalsFORearlyfounders

We're happy to invite you to our signals Founders’ Academy!

Save the date for our one-day boot camp where early-stage founders and soon-to-be founders become investor-proof: the signals Founders´ Academy.

Learn from renowned entrepreneurs and investors, like Lukasz Gadowski, Dr. Carolin Gabor, Verena Hubertz and Jens Lapinski, on how to build up a strong team, raise your first funding round and finally, build a successful and scaling business! You will also have the chance to receive insightful feedback from VCs during one-on-one sessions.

After an exciting day of keynotes from top speakers, VC office hours, workshops and panels at the signals Founders´ Academy we will shift gears and head over to the signals Summer Party to mix and mingle for the evening.

Looking forward to seeing you!


What: signals Founders’ Academy

  • VC office hours: receive feedback or pitch your idea to the investment teams of the signals pre-seed program, signals VC, Westtech Ventures (and more VC’s to be announced soon).
  • Keynotes and panels: Founders learn from the best to discuss the yeas and nays of hands-on topics such as scaling a business. (among others Lukasz Gadowski and Dr. Carolin Gabor, Jens Lapinski and Verena Hubertz)

  • Workshops: basic knowledge on due diligence, design sprints, B2B sales or building a strong MVP.

  • Networking: There’ll be plenty of time to make relevant contacts during coffee breaks, lunch and at the signals Summer Party!

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signals Open Studios

Am Nordbahnhof 3

10115 Berlin

Germany

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