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Just coming back from the 1. VDI Nacht der Technik Rhein-Wupper feedback session. 83% of all available slots for reservation had been used during the night, what is a really good result for the 1st event in this region. Most of the presenting companies were really happy about the number of visitors, only a few could not meet their expectation. What was possibly related to their initial description of the planned presentation in the program booklet, the age restriction of their offer or the location of the company?
Compared to the well established and flag ship event in Cologne, there had been much more families and less students in the suburbs area Rhein-Wupper. A good learning for the 2nd event, scheduled for 02-Oct-2020. We all agreed that it was a really successful start and it will provide enough learnings and motivation for the next time.
As promised here the material from the two sessions of the Startup Week in Duesseldorf last week. One is in German the other one in English, have a look when you are interested. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1tpIgOp2XZuZuMxGCO23dbqnM5zALGrEm
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Meetings should be like salt - a spice sprinkled carefully to enhance a dish, not poured recklessly over every forkful. Too much salt destroys a dish. Too many meetings destroy morale and motivation. Jason Fried, American - Businessman, https://www.ted.com/speakers/jason_fried