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I attended the London Startup Weekend about 10 months ago. It was a totally refreshing weekend with a lot of fun involved. That Friday I ran out of my day job, jumped on the plane at Dublin airport and before I knew it was coming up with new business ideas in the the heart of London for the next 72 hours, living on a diet of sushi, pizza and old fashioned sweets. We had so much fun. Bela & I ended up being the weekend Fussball champions, something which is always very important when starting a startup. Aside from socialising, I captained a team based around the use of brands in games. We didn’t make the final cut (perhaps due to the fussball) but I think I ended up doing about 47 pitches, and met so many great talented people it was brilliant. Long story short, it really gave me a kick up the you know what to get moving. Two months later I quit my job and founded Chocolate Lab Apps. StartupWeekend is wonderful, so if you ever get a change to attend I’d strongly advise it. Startupweekend.org very kindly published a guest blog post I wrote, if you click on the picture above you’ll see the full version. Enjoy!

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Elaine Heney is an online entrepreneur, triple #1 best selling author and international keynote speaker. Elaine is an Amazon FBA ecommerce advisor, investor, Hollywood movie producer, online business consultant and CEO of Chocolate Lab Cashflow. Elaine has also published over 300 mobile apps across Amazon, Apple & Google, and enjoyed over 20 million app downloads and over 50 #1 apps worldwide.

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