3DS vector logos of global roundup 2016 and company logo (flat) with proper colors


3DS vector logos of global roundup 2016 and company logo (flat) with proper colors


3DS vector logos of global roundup 2016 and company logo (flat) with proper colors


3DS vector logos of global roundup 2016 and company logo (flat) with proper colors


3DS vector logos of global roundup 2016 and company logo (flat) with proper colors


July 20-22, 2018

The Global Roundup conference welcomes aspiring entrepreneurs and investors to Austin, TX for 3 days of sessions, networking, keynotes and workshops built for early stage founders.


The Global Roundup is the annual gathering of the powerful 3 Day Startup community that includes tens of thousands of entrepreneurs and investors across six continents.

Did you miss the 3DS Global Roundup? Want to watch a session you missed? We’ve got them here.

Global Roundup Schedule {2018 schedule pending}

The 2017 Global Roundup conference is full of incredible speakers, networking opportunities, interactive activities and panels to help take your startup to the next level. View Full Schedule
Featured Session: How Not To Become Uber

Uber’s struggles have trumpeted the importance of an inclusive, professional company culture that respects boundaries, fairness and equality. The Uber fiasco has highlighted broader troubles across many startups.

How is startup culture created, and how does it lead a company to thrive or self-immolate? Is culture something that can be created deliberately? When should founders be thinking about the culture of their startup? Can a toxic workplace take a startup down? And how does an inclusive, vibrant environment make a startup flourish?

Panel moderated by Michael Henderson.


Getting the chance to know so many experienced professionals, talking to them, and meeting people from so many different cultures is what I valued most. Mariana Campos

COO & Cofounder, na Vou me Casei!

Loved the keynote about going from a student at 3DS to an acquisition by Google. Further I have met so many great people, particularly from Austin’s startup ecosystem. Xiaoao Dong

Student entrepreneur, Lion Rocket

The Global Roundup is a perfect mix of great speakers, hands-on workshops and open-minded networkers. As a young entrepreneur, I really benefitted from this great conference! Stefanie Horvath

CDO & Cofounder, Studo


What is the Global Roundup?
The Global Roundup is a conference for 3 Day Startup participants, organizers, facilitators, mentors, and panelists, as well as the general public. It’s an opportunity to meet other inspired, brilliant people and take your startup to the next level.
I've never participated in 3 Day Startup. Can I still attend?
Absolutely. We encourage all aspiring entrepreneurs to join the Global Roundup. 
Is it possible to have my trip subsidized?
Possibly. Many universities have funding available for student entrepreneurs to attend startup conferences and pitch competitions. Contact us for more details.
Where should I stay?

There are lots of great options in the heart of downtown Austin, but you’ll want to book your bed as soon as you can. Some suggestions:



  • Cheap: Firehouse youth hostel is right across the street. Native hostel is also within walking distance.
  • Moderate: Airbnb has great rooms around Austin. You can even stay in an old, vintage airstream.
  • Fancy: The Hilton and Driskill are nearby, and the Omni is in the same building as the conference.
Are tickets refundable?
Tickets are not refundable, but you can transfer them to someone else.

About Us

3 Day Startup’s mission is to activate entrepreneurial potential in students of all kinds through experiential education and a global entrepreneurship ecosystem.

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Meet co-founders, make friends, and launch your startup at Global Roundup. Tickets are going fast, so act now to join us July 7-9, 2017!

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