By Team Techweek2

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Interested in showcasing your start-up story, or perhaps just want to practice your pitch? We are offering a limited number of start-ups the chance to do just that during our Techweek'18 Headline Events!

This unique opportunity is for start-ups in three areas – agritech, creative and high-tech manufacturing – aligning with the topics of Techweek's three, regional, one-day Headline events:

The start-up showcase at each event will begin with a series of short talks from investors within the relevant sector, and then it's over to you to share your story! Each start-up will be given six minutes to present, followed by a question and answer session with the investors and audience.

What’s included:

  • Complimentary pass to the full-day Headline Event*
  • Six-minute presentation opportunity followed by Q&A with investors 
  • A stand in a dedicated expo area to network and showcase your start-up
  • An interview on Techweek TV 
  • Inclusion (alongside a handful of fellow start-ups) within a featured Techweek blog 

How do I enter?
To submit your start-up for consideration in one of our three Techweek start-up showcases, please fill out Techweek's start-up showcase experience submission form

If you have any questions, please contact the Techweek team.  

*Please note: All travel and accommodation expenses are the responsibility of the individual or start-up participating.

Submissions close 31 March, or when all the spaces have been filled.


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