The exciting, jam-packed 2018 Twin Cities Startup Week was also a successful week for Starting 11! Three of our co-founders participated in popular panel discussions during the week, and our team had the chance to simultaneously make new connections and re-connect with investors, partners, and startup founders. Read on for the #TCSW2018 highlights.

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On October 11, Starting 11 co-founder and General Counsel Amanda Heyman participated in the “Venture-Scale Apps: A Panel of MN’s Funded Mobile-Centric Startups” discussion at WeWork Capella Tower. Founders from Upsie, BrightHealth, Kidizen, Branch Messenger also participated the discussion, coordinated by Josiah Gulden and Mike Bollinger of Livefront.

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On October 9, Starting 11 co-founder and CEO Teague Orgeman shared his thoughts about the concept of a “Minimal Lovable Product” with a sold-out audience at FieldNation.

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On the opening day of Startup Week, Starting 11 CTO Alex Ryan and CEO Teague Orgeman discussed the future of daily fantasy sports at the “Play the Odds: The Future and Impact of Sports Betting” panel discussion hosted by MentorMate. Alex and Teague were joined by Fanball and LeagueSafe founder Paul Charchian, Inbox Dollars CEO Daren Cotter, and Hydra FPV CFO Matt Otterstader.

Fox9 News covered the event — check out story below!

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