StartupBus Builds Tech Companies in 72 Hours

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Build My Tech Companie in 72 Hours? that’s good!!!

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If you think it’s impossible to build and launch a technology company in just 72 hours, you’d be wrong.

Young entrepreneurs from across the United States, Canada, and Mexico set out earlier this week on buses bound for San Antonio, Texas where they’ll pitch their new business plans to judges and potential investors.

The StartupBus—founded in 2010—brings together promising entrepreneurs, coops them up on a bus for three days and tasks them with building a business from the ground up – all while traveling 70 mph down the highway.

Competitors from New York City, San Francisco, Seattle, Nashville, Kansas City, Florida, Canada, and Mexico must form teams on their buses and turn ideas into actionable items.

The “buspreneurs” are mostly techies – software engineers and web designers, with a few marketers thrown in for good measure. The buses stop in cities along the way so competitors can meet up with mentors…

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