This year, in preparation for the Spark.Me conference, the .ME Registry is organising a Startup School, which will be held on June 17-18 at the hotel â€œMediteranâ€ in sunny and techy Budva, Montenegro.
This two day program is aimed at startups in early stage of development, before their first investment, but regardless of the product development stage they are currently in. A great list is part of the program, including names like: John Biggs, the editor of TechCrunch, Max Gurvits, partner at Teres Capital, Dilyan Dimitrov, co-founder of Eleven, Elina Zheleva, Design Thinking Evangelist, Jure Mikuz, Managing Partner at RSG Capital, Slovenia-based VC Fund, David Raskino, Entrepreneur, Coder, Director of Microsoft Ventures.
They will teach you how to grow your idea into a full-fledged business, approach media and investors, corner your market, where to find funding, and will cover many more startup related topics.
During the Spark.me conference there is also a startup competition, applications for which are still open, while the school is free for all and the application period is open from April 15, 2014 until May 31, 2014. However, there will be a preselection, as the number of participants for the school is limited. The list of approved applications will be published on June 6th 2014. Apply now.