This past weekend was Maker Faire Bay Area, which was a blast. We had our own booth showcasing many of the products that launched out of HAX. If you stopped by our booth, thanks for dropping by!
Maker Faire has always been a good opportunity for teams to do customer development, get people to sign up for their newsletters, or direct people to their Kickstarters for those who have launched — oh yeah, and practice pitching.
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By the end of it, most of the teams were completely worn out, as they talked to hundreds of attendees, if not thousands.
Follow us on Kickstarter as well, to see the companies currently running campaigns, many of which are hugely successful.
A lot of exciting things are going on, with many start-ups making media appearances, like Next Thing Co’s C.H.I.P on Fox News, and several of our start-ups will be launching in the months to come.
Thanks to everyone who came out to Demo Day at Autodesk’s Gallery Space in San Francisco earlier today.
We had a great time! If you weren’t able to attend, you can
watch the recording of the event on YouTube.
Batch S6 Companies
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A fun presentation about lean hardware startups:
YES! GENERATOR is back with a second edition which will be better, bigger and… bigger.
Hardware is the new software, great. But how can you build a hardware startup fast and cheap?
GENERATOR is a half-day event to learn about the new trend of “Lean Hardware” from startups who have done it successfully...