San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come to Study Hall to develop and improve your ideas with fellow entrepreneurs and subject matter experts. Think: Ultra-collaborative co-working.
Our goal is to provide a collaborative environment with a diverse skill-set in the room, so please make sure you complete the form fields during registration. We use your answers to select an amazing mix of attendees. 1-week before the event, we will send you an email confirming your ATTENDEE status.
This event has a curated attendee list as we are giving preference to individual's interested in development (aka, coding), UX, and UI. Due to the limited capacity (50 people) and the desire to keep the interactions meaningful, not everyone will be put on the ATTENDEE list, but if you don't get in, we encourage you to apply to the Study Hall event.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Doors open at noon and 1-minute intros begin at 1pm:
- State your name & business
- Tell us about what you're working on
- Discribe a challenge you need help with
- Share your areas of expertise and how you can help others in the room
By the time you leave Study Hall, another attendee will be able to help you solve your challenge or be able to introduce you to someone that can. We've already confirmed a stellar group of subject matter experts (VC's, journalists, etc...), and anticipate a fantastic afternoon.
MORE ABOUT STUDY HALL
Fosterly’s Study Hall is a collaborative co-working event focused on enhancing community between its entrepreneurial members. Study Hall attendees receive feedback and support from peers and experts, and lend their expertise to other participants in return.
With the help of community sponsors such as Verizon and Microsoft, Fosterly provides the environment, coffee, WiFi and space to work and create. It’s up to attendees to bring their computers, a willingness to collaborate, and their entrepreneurial spirit.
Study Halls can be subject matter focused or general in nature and range in size from 50 to 300 attendees. Fosterly recruits subject matter experts, investors and experienced entrepreneurs to participate as special guests at Study Hall. These special guests engage informally with attendees and help to facilitate collaboration.
It is important to note that Study Hall is not an event to pitch for funding or sell services.
Fosterly’s mission is to support collaborative entrepreneurship and the growth of new organizations.
Fosterly provides resources online at www.fosterly.com and offline through collaborative events like Study Hall, the Startup and Creative Economy Census, and Intern Match.
THIS STUDY HALL IS MADE POSSIBLE BY OUR FRIENDS AT VERIZON.