Sign up to Rabalder Festival Hackathon - One Man's Trash...
Dear soon-to-be Rabalder Festival Hackathon - One Man's Trash... participant!

Please answer a few short questions to allow us to better get to know you and put you in a team with other great people of similar interests.

The hackathon is at Orange Makerspace, Penselstrøget 64, 4000 Roskilde. The event will be in english and there is a no show fee of 500 DKK. Last day of sign up is Thursday 17th of August.

On Friday 25th of August 16.00-22.00 we start things off with a sharp and precise interactive introduction to seeing waste as resources and innovation work, followed by a team kickstart and idea development Friday bar.

On Saturday 26th of August 10.00-20.00 we work and develop prototypes to be tested later in the day, when Rabalder Festival opens to the public at 14.00. There will be a rapid prototyping workshop and a pitch training workshop for those interested. The day ends with a pitch on stage in front of an expert panel who nominate a winning idea to the prize of 10.000 DK, as well as the possibility to pitch your idea to potential investors and business partners at the COCONFERENCE on October 12th. Read more at http://corolab.dk/projekter/coconference.

We look very much forward to welcoming you to 24+ hours of hacking waste in a festival environment! We will take good care of you, so you can take good care of the challenge.

For any questions, please contact andersgr@roskilde.dk

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