Fuckup Nights is a global movement where people share business failure stories. In each event 3 speakers tell a failure story
using 10 images and 7 minutes each.
With monthly chapters in more than 200 cities in more than 70 countries, we are the most active entrepreneurs and creators movement in the planet.
There are many reasons why you could organize a corporate Fuckup Night:
- It promotes an acceptance mindset around failure
- It generates a culture of inclusion
- Eliminates the sentiment of hierarchy
- Facilitates innovation
- Energizes the culture of the company
- It helps you prevent losses by finding early stage mistakes
In each private event we:
- Identify and invite speakers (they can be internal or outsiders)
- Help speakers tell their story (storytelling)
- Curate speakers’ slides
- Introduce speakers and guide Q&A session
- Create branded graphic content for the event
- Mentions on our Social Media platforms (if necessary)
- Perform a study to analyse the status of failure acceptance in the culture of the company (optional)
Just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you. It takes between two weeks and two months to organize a private Fuckup Nights event. During this process, we like to jump on several calls to make sure our speakers and moderators are exactly what you’re looking for.
We have worked with
Some of our publications include: New Yorker, Fast Company, Inc., Esquire, Entrepreneur, Forbes, Virgin, Standford Social Innovation Review, Huffington Post (USA), The Guardian (UK), el Pais, El Diario (Spain), La Tribuna, L’Hebdo, Courrier International (France), Spiegel, die Welt, Taz, Mediennetzwerk, Berliner (Germany), La Nación, Clarín (Argentina), Forbes, Expansión, Reforma, El Universal, El Financiero, Excélsior, El Economista, Milenio, Time Out, Chilango, Foro TV, Televisa, TV Azteca and many more.