The conference is about to come to a close, however another speaker is up to talk. Andrew Rauh, iOS development intern at Path, spoke more about his lessons learned in, out of all places, Detroit, Michigan, in terms of entrepreneurship. Rauh mentions how the fall of the automotive industry in the area really sparked in his mind about the importance of funding and knowing how to best allocate it to prevent such failures from occuring with startup companies right here in Silicon Valley.
Rauh, as we know, is the current intern at Path. But, what does his future look like with the company or other products? We don’t know yet and we’ll have to wait and see at Teens in Tech 2013 Conference!
The Teens in Tech Conference concluded with two more Mophie giveaways and a giveaway of sunglasses. Afterwards, individuals mingled a bit more and left. The conference was a success and this wouldn’t be possible without the amazing Teens in Tech team and the Incubator teams, plus the amazing sponsors Chevorlet, Oracle, Meshin, RadTech, PARC for providing the venue, Eventbrite, Mophie, STMBags, Harman, Vapur, Appcelerator, Pixt, SOSReady, and Hark.
The great speakers who were able to take the time out of their busy schedules also should be congratulated. They are amazing, working on amazing products, and provided useful advice that sparked thoughts, motivation, and more for the attendees and even the Teens in Tech staff like myself. Can’t wait for next year and thanks for enjoying the conference along with us! Go and create something great!
Update: One of the Teens in Tech Incubator teams, GoalHawk, was mentioned on TechCrunch tonight. Make sure to check out the article and share with your friends! Congrats to the team!