After an initial teppanyaki-dinner, a good night's rest and some relaxation at the spa facilites, it's time to go to work. For 24 hours. When this time is up, each team will present their finished and (hopefully) fully working web service.
The whole event will be documented on the live blog, where videos and short interviews will be posted throughout these 24 hours.
The goal of the 24 hour business camp is to have fun, meet other entrepreneurs, test our creative limits, and inspire other people to build their own start-ups. The inspiration comes from the 24 hour dot com, a similiar but smaller event that took place in Berlin in 2004.
The event is organized by Ted Valentin, a swedish internet entrepreneur.
Some practical information:
Where: Hasseludden Yasuragi. [google map]
When: January 21-23, 2009.
Press contact: Ted Valentin. firstname.lastname@example.org. +46-707-466606.
Sponsors: Bonnier r&d, Mindpark, Binero.se, Mobilstart.
- 17.30, Wednesday January 21:st. Our boat, which is called Östanå, will depart from Nybrokajen Kajplats 7, in front of Strand Hotel in central Stockholm. [map] It will take us all out to Hasseludden, which is about 45 minutes outside Stockholm. On arrival there is a dinner for all the participants, where we get to know each other!
- 11.00, Thursday the 22:nd: We have an hour for short sponsor presentations.
- 12.00, Thursday the 22:nd: The actual 24 hours begin. We start working.
- 12.00, Friday the 23:rd: The 24 hours are over. (Before 12, everyone should write a short blog post, explaining their project.) We have a short follow-up, maximum one hour.
- 13.00, Friday the 23:rd: Everyone can take a bus or a shared taxi back to town.
- 20.00, Friday the 23:rd: Those who want meet up at Rival, Mariatorget, for a beer or two.
Participation cost: The cost for participation is 2000 sek (around $250). That's a really reduced price, thanks to our sponsors. The event is fully booked.