Seed Forum UK is giving away free pitch training & pitching to UK-based tech start-ups September 18, 2014
September 18th 2014 — London, UK — Seed Forum International Foundation today announced it is accepting submissions from fund-seeking, UK-based tech start-ups that wish to participate in Seed Forum’s first London pitch training session and 26th UK investor matchmaking forum.
Start-ups should register their interest in these opportunities by 12:00 BST on Tuesday 14th October 2014 at http://www.seedforum.org/register/company.
To celebrate the first London-hosted Seed Forum pitch training event, the first ten registering technology start-ups that have their headquarters in the UK will get a chance to win free investor pitch training (worth EUR 315) with the President of Seed Forum International Foundation, Steinar Korsmo, hosted at the offices of Gowlings UK law practitioners in London on the 17th of October 2014.
To be eligible, start-ups must never have participated in a previous Seed Forum event, and their nominations must be approved for participation by Seed Forum stakeholders. Nominees must be early-stage, high-growth businesses in the information technology industry, whether B2B technology, consumer technology, financial technology, ecommerce or other information technology areas.
All nominations must be submitted at http://www.seedforum.org/register/company by 12:00 BST on Tuesday 14th October 2014. The first ten start-ups that qualify for free pitch training will be notified on or before Tuesday 14th October.
In addition, based on Seed Forum’s assessment on the day, up to four UK-based technology start-ups in pitch training will have the opportunity to pitch for investment for free at the 26th UK investor matchmaking forum held in London on November 14th.
Click here to submit an application.
Seed Forum is the world’s leading not-for-profit investor network, providing start-ups in more than 40 countries with world-class fundraising education and investor matchmaking opportunities.
Seed Forum’s pitch training sessions help start-ups see their businesses with “fresh eyes” and prepare to pitch to investors. After pitch training, a number of start-ups that participated are then invited to pitch to investors at the region’s next Seed Forum investor matchmaking forum.
Seed Forum’s 26th UK investor matchmaking forum will take place in London on November 14th.
Investors that are interested in attending should register at http://www.seedforum.org/register/investor.
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