Denver Startup Week breaks registration record

DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Registration for free events at 2016 Denver Startup Week, now underway, has broken all previous attendance records since the event was launched in 2012.

At the kickoff Monday, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said he hoped the entrepreneurial event would attract 11,000 people. But event organizers announced Wednesday that 12,500 people have registered for the 300 events across the city. Last year, organizers were thrilled when more than 10,000 people attended events during Denver Startup Week.

The event, in its fifth year, ends Friday. It attracts founders and investors from all industry areas for panel discussions, workshops and social events centered around startups and entrepreneurs.

“We convene community better than anywhere in the country, and Denver Startup Week is an excellent representation of our thriving and diverse entrepreneurial ecosystem,” said Tami Door, president and CEO of the Downtown Denver Partnership and co-founder of Denver Startup Week.

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