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Twin Cities Startup Week Releases 2020 Schedule

Tech and startup fans, it’s time to whip out your calendar marking pencils — the initial schedule of events for Twin Cities Startup Week 2020  (September 7 – 25) has just been released. From pandemic-related topics to marketing to financing to career fairs — and some sure-to-be-awesome shindigs from your very own (more on those below) — the lineup of virtual events is already looking packed.

There’s way too much to list here, so head over to the Twin Cities Startup Week 2020 schedule and start loading up your September days now (more events may be added, so keep an eye on it).

We do, however, want to highlight a events!

The Live Podcast Booth


9/10, 9/17, 9/17

9:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Every Thursday during Twin Cities Startup Week 2020, we’ll be hosting a live (virtual) podcast booth! We’ll be pairing hosts from local podcasts for conversations on podcasting, business, Minnesota, and more. Much more information — including host reveals — to come.

Fuckup Nights Twin Cities (FUN)

Fuckup Nights Twin Cities


4:00 – 5:00 p.m.

We all fuck up. That’s just life. But no matter the fuck up (it’s so fun to type that), it’s important to embrace the lessons learned, dust yourself off, and get back to it better than before. That’s what Fuckup Nights Twin Cities is all about. Host Sarah McNally will be your guide as Nancy Lyons (CEO, Clockwork) and Heather Manley (CEO, On-Demand Group and Crooked Water Spirits) share stories that are sure to fire you the fuck up during Twin Cities Startup Week. More speakers to be announced!

Minnesota Startup Awards 2020



4:00 p.m.

Makers, inventors, entrepreneurs… seven companies will be taking home the coveted Minnesota Startup Awards paddles (made by Sandborn Canoe Co). Nominations are still open so be sure to get your picks submitted before the extended deadline of Wednesday, August 19.

Alex Skjong
Alex oversees the content produced for BETA, Twin Cities Startup Week, and When he’s not writing or editing, there’s a good chance he’s enjoying a refreshing brew and explaining the merits of heavy metal (of which there are many).