infoShare 2019 Startup Contest is open. Win 30K EUR

As candidaturas para o concurso de startups do infoShare 2019 está aberto. Prêmio 30K EUR

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Application for infoShare 2019 Startup Contest is open. Prize pool for the best startups increased to 30 000 EUR

The infoShare Startup Contest application process has been opened, inviting startups worldwide to entry. The prize sum has risen to EUR 30 000 in cash. The top applicants will attend infoShare in May to pitch to investors, VCs and corporate representatives. Final will take place in Gdansk, Poland.
Best startups on Startup Stage
The contest application process started on October 15th and it finishes on February 28th. The jury will then evaluate the projects, with the main selection criteria being Team, Innovation and the project’s Business Potential. The top 20 contestants will pitch on Startup Stage at infoShare 2019, getting a chance to present their product and fight for the final prize. The winner will be announced on the second day of the conference.

The award rules have changed this year. There is a prize for each of the top three contestants. The winning prize is EUR 20 000, the second and third place get EUR 7000 and EUR 3000 respectively. The awards are funded by the President of Gdańsk.

STARTUP CONTEST – a chance for startups worldwide

Originating form 45 different countries, a total of 493 startups in their early business phases applied for Startup Contest last year. Most projects represented the Health & MedTech & Wellbeing sectors. The applications were evaluated by 21 jury members, including Seth Bannon from Fifty Years, Peter Cowley from EBAN and Jess Williamson from TechStars.

The winner of the competition was ThinAir Water, a UK-based project sourcing water from the atmosphere and purifying it for human consumption. The other top four finalists were Afforest for Future, Biolumo, FinAi and Magentiq Eye.

Registration for the contest is available at: infoshare

infoShare Conference, the biggest tech conference in CEE is a place where technology meets business. Every year thousands of participants come to Gdańsk to attend the event. Among the guests are startup founders, investors, corporate representatives, programmers and marketers. 2 days, 6 stages, 200 speakers, more than 150 speeches and side events provide an opportunity for networking and interaction. infoShare also offers supportive ambience for companies in their early stages of development. Speed Dating gives a change to pitch to investors, projects can be presented in one of Startup Expo’s expo booths and the Startup Contest attracts around 500 startups competing for a total prize of EUR 30 000.

Let’s grow with technology!

In case of questions please contact:

Paulina Bochenek-Styrylska,
PR & Communication Manager
600-910-830
pbochenek@infoshare.pl
media@infoshare.pl

 

As candidaturas para o concurso de inicialização do infoShare 2019 está aberto. Prêmio para as melhores startups aumentou para 30 000 euros
O processo de inscrição do InfoShare Startup Contest foi aberto, convidando startups em todo o mundo para a entrada. O montante do prêmio subiu para 30.000 euros em dinheiro. Os principais candidatos vão participar do InfoShare em maio para oferecer aos investidores, VCs e representantes corporativos. A final terá lugar em Gdansk, na Polônia.
Melhores startups no estágio de inicialização.
O processo de inscrição no concurso começou em 15 de outubro e termina em 28 de fevereiro. O júri avaliará os projetos, com os principais critérios de seleção sendo Equipe, Inovação e o Potencial comercial do projeto. Os 20 melhores concorrentes participarão do Startup Stage no infoShare 2019, tendo a chance de apresentar seu produto e lutar pelo prêmio final. O vencedor será anunciado no segundo dia da conferência.
As regras do prêmio mudaram este ano. Há um prêmio para cada um dos três principais concorrentes. O prémio vencedor é de 20 000 euros, o segundo e o terceiro lugares recebem 7000 e 3000 euros, respectivamente. Os prémios são financiados pelo Presidente de Gdańsk.
Concurso de Startup – uma chance para startups em todo o mundo
Originados em 45 países diferentes, um total de 493 startups em suas fases iniciais de negócios se inscreveram para o Startup Contest no ano passado. A maioria dos projetos representou os setores Health & MedTech & Wellbeing. As candidaturas foram avaliadas por 21 membros do júri, incluindo Seth Bannon, da Fifty Years, Peter Cowley, da EBAN, e Jess Williamson, da TechStars.
O vencedor da competição foi o ThinAir Water, um projeto sediado no Reino Unido que busca água da atmosfera e a purifica para consumo humano. Os outros quatro finalistas foram Afforest for Future, Biolumo, FinAi e Magentiq Eye.
As inscrições para o concurso estão disponíveis em infoshare

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