Guy Kawasaki is no stranger to the world of publicity.
The Garage.com (see related) CEO was, after all, one of the men responsible for helping turn the beloved Macintosh computer into a household name during his years with Apple computer.
One of his latest ideas, a series of boot camps for internet start ups held in cities across the country have shown that Kawasaki hasn't lost his touch.
Hopeful young Internet entrepreneurs have been flocking to sign up for the two day camps, which cost $895 a person and are filled on a first-come first-serve basis.
Participants get advice from some of the biggest names in the biz, including tips on pitching venture capital, handling Angel investors, building a strong management team and establishing a solid brand.
Networking may also be a consideration for some attendees.
After all, where else are you going to find a couple of hundred potential Net Moguls under one roof?
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