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Update about StartupBus Italy 2016

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For this year’s StartupBus Europe competition we have decided to merge the Italian bus with our other buses. Watch out for the Italian buspreneurs, they’re smokin’ hot!

A picture taken on one of the buses of Startupbus Europe 2015

The events in Bologna, Prague, Berlin and Hamburg to be visited by the Italian bus have been cancelled and we’re looking into visiting them next year. We wish to offer our sincere apologies for these late changes in the planning.


StartupBus believes entrepreneurship cannot be taught in a classroom but it can be learned while doing. Packing the experience of year one of a tech startup into 72 hours, our life-changing road trips are designed for maximal impact on the skills of our participating software developers, designers and hustlers. Our next competition is StartupBus Europe 2016, running from 2 till 7 September.

On Monday 5 September, all buses will convene at the beautiful Corda INCubator in Hasselt (Belgium) for StartupBus Demo Day. All startups born during the road trip have to present their MVP. The 10 best startups will pitch at Pirate Summit in Cologne. Pirate Summit is Europe’s craziest invite-only startup conference with over 1,000 entrepreneurs and early stage investors attending.

If you want to participate, then head on over to http://europe.startupbus.com and hit the “Apply” button. We have a few spots left on our French and Swiss bus.

StartupBus.Accelerate in Europe

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The last two weeks we held a few StartupBus.Accelerate events in Europe. StartupBus.Accelerate events are meant to help you give new insights and accelerate your way of thinking.

The first one happened at Co.Station Brussels and was a satellite event of Europe’s biggest open-source software conference FOSDEM. We had a few panel discussions about the impact of open-source software on tech companies with people like Jessica Rose (DreamFactory), Kris Buytaert (Inuits, Cfgmgmtcamp, …), Nils De Moor (Woorank), Charles Bailey (Bloomberg) and Lien Van Den Steen (DataCamp; they’re hiring developers). Continue reading →