TechChill startup pitching contest is open again

The TechChill startup and business festival has opened applications for its annual pitch competition, the Fifty Founders Battle.

Early-stage startups are encouraged to apply to compete for the main prize of EUR 10 000 as well as an opportunity to get fast-tracked to the Startup World Cup 2020 in San Francisco, the largest startup competition in the world.

The Fifty Founders Battle takes place during next year's TechChill 2020 as one of the main events of the conference.

The competition showcases 50 of the most promising startups and offers them stage time to pitch their story on the first day of the conference to an audience of international venture capitalists, business angels, accelerators, media, and the official jury.

Investors in the audience will include IBM Blockchain Accelerator, 500 Startups, Startup Wise Guys, Flashpoint Venture Capital, Pegasus Ventures, SuperSeed, Inventure, Karma Ventures, Change Ventures, Superhero Capital, Practica, Contrarian Ventures and more, looking for their next investment.

All fifty startups will also receive a ticket to TechChill 2020 and will participate in a coaching session during Fifty Founders Bootcamp, organized in cooperation with Startup Wise Guys. Previous Fifty Founder Battle winners at TechChill include well known and successful Baltic startups such as Infogr.am, TrackDuck, Edurio, Nordigen, Sprayprinter and last year’s winner Precision Navigation Systems.

All seed and early stage-startups are welcome to apply, with no country restrictions. The application deadline is January 13, 2020, apply here: https://ej.uz/50foundersbattle

TechChill has grown to become one of the leading tech, startup and entrepreneurship events in the region. Next year's event will take place February 20-21. More details are available at the official website.

 

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