Accelerating Asia Open House: Poker Night

Accelerating Asia Open House: Poker Night
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We're back with another Open House! Join us for an exhilarating and competitive evening of poker with the Accelerating Asia community. 🎲 🔴♣️ Whether you're a seasoned poker pro or new to the game, this is your chance to put your skills, luck, and nerves to the test in a friendly yet intense atmosphere. 💪

Poker is not just a game of chance, but a game of skill that requires strategic decision-making where you learn to analyze potential outcomes, make calculated moves, and develop a competitive mindset -- skills that are highly relevant for startups and investors alike. 🚀🔥

What you can expect from this event:

🌟 A fun and engaging night of games and networking with the vibrant startup community in Singapore

🌟 Meet the team behind Accelerating Asia and have the opportunity to pitch your startups to them, opening doors for potential collaborations and partnerships.

Don't miss this chance to enjoy a thrilling game of Poker while enhancing your decision-making skills and expanding your professional network! 🌟🎲🔴♣️



Does it cost anything to attend?

Nope. This event is free for the Accelerating Asia community of investors, mentors, entrepreneurs and ecosystem partners. We also welcome people who are interested in our startups or the work we’re doing to come and join us. Simply reserve a spot via eventbrite and present a ticket on the day of the event.

How do I get there?

Our Open House will be hosted at Accelerating Asia's HQ where Draper Startup House is located (39 Ann Siang Rd, 069716 Singapore). We encourage all of our guests to take public transportation wherever possible.


Important Notes

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