By Lukas Steinberg
Shanghai BarCamp 2013 takes place tomorrow from 10am. Last year’s BarCamp drew over 500 attendees, so you can expect a lot creative chaos and innovative workshops for this year as well.
What is BarCamp:
“BarCamp is a fun, user-generated ‘un-conference’ that started in Silicon Valley as a response to formal, exclusive, and boring tech conferences. BarCamp is a full-day event with multiple sessions, workshops, and presentations on topics like technology, design, entrepreneurship, and social innovation. It is an open and sharing environment – everyone can attend, and everyone can participate.”
Here are a few picks of the speakers and topics for this year:
* “Designing Business” – Joey Lam
* “Lessons Learned from Crowdfunding” – Simon Kwan
* “Open Discussion: Education in 2020” – Carsten Ullrich
* “How to Value your Company” – Mike Abadi, co-founder of Arden Reed
* “Future of E-commerce in China” – Bryce Hampton
* “Discussion Panel: Different Industries Leaders Talk about Drupal End User Experience” – (DrupalCampChina)
BarCamp is not only exciting for the technology-savvy and startup aficionados among us, but also for anyone who likes to take a look beyond their own nose every now and then. And if you want to present something yourself, you’re encouraged to do so!
RSVP (visitors and speakers) here.
Free // 10am – 5pm // 金陵海欣大厦 666 Fuzhou Road, 4th floor – Shanghai