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Video: Auckland Startup Weekend

13 Apr 11

The Auckland Startup Weekend (announced in March) was created to connect developers, business managers, start-up enthusiasts, marketers and designers through a 54-hour event dedicated to making something out of nothing.

Speakers included Mark Robotham (growthmanagement.co.nz), Dan Khan (Netprofess / founderwear), Stephen Knightly (InGame / Pursuit PR) and Tim Norton (90seconds.tv).

The event took place from April 1st - 3rd at the Biz Dojo located at Suite 205, The Ironbank, 150 Karangahape Road, Auckland.

For further information check out the Auckland Startup Weekend website.

You can watch a set of highlights from the event below.

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