About this event
What is the Capital One 2015 SmallBizDev Hackathon?
The Capital One 2015 SmallBizDev Hackathons will bring together 120 talented developers, designers and entrepreneurs who are passionate about building relevant and impactful solutions for the small business community. Attendees will have 24 hours to build working technology to create solutions pertaining to small businesses. Attendees may choose to solve for any roadblock that a small business may face including, but not limited to financing, increase in customer base, managing cash flow and other core issues. Solutions should be broad enough that any small business would be able to take advantage of the solution.
in any area of business processing. the next generation of tools for small businesses using a range of APIs from Stripe to Twilioprovided by Capital One.
- CoWorking Space
Twelve weeks membership at a local co-working space
The 2 winning teams will receive entry into AngelHack's HACKcelerator program
The two top teams from both cities will receive up to $3,500 in seed money
Wednesday, July. 29
6:30 pm (PDT) Pre-Capital One Hackathon Virtual Session via WebEx to 8:30 pm
Saturday, August, 1st
09:00 AM - Doors Open / Breakfast
10:00 AM - Opening Ceremony
10:35 AM - Small Business Experts and Small Business Owners
11:00 AM - Event Runthrough
11:10 AM - Team Pitches
12:00 PM - Coding Begins
12:00 PM - Lunch
07:00 PM - Dinner
12:00 PM - Pizza
What is the Fresh Code Rule? All code developed as part of the Capital One Hackathon must be fresh. Before the start of the Capital One Hackathon, developers can creat...
What is the Fresh Code Rule?
All code developed as part of the Capital One Hackathon must be fresh. Before the start of the Capital One Hackathon, developers can create wireframes, designs and user flows. They can also come with hardware. But to keep things fair, all code must be written onsite at the Capital One Hackathon. Other than that, almost anything goes and you can use any coding languages or open-source libraries.
Who Owns the IP?
Participants will own the rights to their work. Sponsoring companies may have their own terms and conditions for proprietary technology or content.