Fun week for you, Berliner startups. The events for the last week of September are heavily influenced by Social Media Week. Continue reading and find out more. And for daily reminders: KeyRocket Twitter feed.
Monday 24 September
Social Media Week-Berlin. The biggest free web conference is coming to Berlin through Friday 28! Located at three thematically programed venues, Design Akademie, Business & PR and Arts & Entertainment, this event will feature a total of 100 activities and at least 5,000 visitors. Be one of them and book a place. KeyRocket will also be there with some surprises that we will announce soon… From Monday 24 at 9 am to Friday 28 at 6 am. Visit website for more details.
Tuesday 25 September
Agile Game Lab. Are you an agile executive, innovator, cultural hacker or game developer? You must join this great experiment where you will simulate everything from the distribution of beer from the brewery to the wholesale and retail markets. A fun experiment for sure! From 7.30 pm to 11 pm at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Auguststrasse, 69.
Wednesday 26 September
26th Twittwoch Berlin. Have you thought about how technology will affect reading and writing in the future? Communities like Goodreads, which has around 10 million of members, are changing the way people consume literature and this 26th Twittwoch will go through these new trends and more. From 7:45 pm to 11 pm at Frannz Club, Schönhauser Allee 36.
Thursday 27 SeptemberIT for CEOs. If you are trying to launch a digital product company, but your knowledge of tech is poor, don’t freak out, just register for this meeting and find out how to identify good IT services, cheap and useful software setups and new localization strategies among others tips. From 6 pm to 9 pm at HBC, Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse, 9.
Saturday 29 September
Berlin Startup Poker. Does your startup need some extra capital for bootstrapping? Come and bet some money with the poker aficionados of the Berlin Startup World. Buy-in: 20 EUR and two buybacks allowed. From 7 pm at Webworker Berlin, Ohlauer Straße, 43.