ATDC @ Athens Bootcamp Demo Day

2017-04-13 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Thinc Studio
Address: Thinc Studio 225 W Broad St, Athens, GA 30601

Come hear from the surviving teams from our 8 week Bootcamp series. Over the past two months, young entrepreneurs have learned the ins & outs of defining their customer, understanding their financials, and learning how to pitch.

In this final evening event, the remaining teams will pitch their business concepts to a panel of judges who will award one startup $5,000 to continue on with their idea.

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