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How Hackathons Help #Startups Get New Customers

Have you ever been to a hackathon? Or have you only watched from a distance - via Twitter or Facebook
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How Hackathons Help #Startups Get New Customers
By Disruptors Handbook • Issue #16 • View online
Have you ever been to a hackathon? Or have you only watched from a distance - via Twitter or Facebook? For many of us, our first hackathon is a test of nerves - should we sign up, will we turn up? And will our work be good enough to stand up to scrutiny?
While many of these fears are well-founded, they are only a very small part of the hackathon experience. Rather than a nerve wracking, intense challenge, we work to create an environment that provide stepping stones for participants. We support their work. Their approach. And build their confidence and abilities. For the Disruptor’s Handbook, it’s all about making innovation accessible and achievable.
Want to see for yourself? Register for our upcoming HaTCHathon event - a health tech focused hackathon skills, and put your creativity and awesomeness to work to solve some of the toughest challenges facing health care in Australia today. We’d love to see you there!

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