Pitch Competition

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Latitude59 Pitch Competition for Early Stage Startups


Latitude59's Pitch Competition 2018 is organized in partnership with the Nordic Angel Program (NAP) run by Estonian Business Angels Network (EstBAN).

We're looking for early & seed stage startups and the deadline to apply for the Latitude59 Pitch Competition is on April  23.

For more information, write to us at kai@latitude59.ee.
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    When: Fri, May 25, 2018 at 16:00
    Where: Kultuurikatel Blue Stage
    Who: Up to 10 early stage startups from Estonia and abroad
    Application process: February 15 - April 23
    Prizes:
    • Grand Prix: Syndicated investment from Nordic Angel Program for up to €250 000 (deadline closed on Apr 1)
    • €10 000 equity free cash
    • 2-week residency at Startup Embassy Silicon Valley incl. flights by GoTravel
    • Elevator Bootcamp on May 23 for founders & key team members
    • Free legal counselling from Hedman Partners

    Why pitch in Estonia?

    Newsweek:

    “Millions invested in Estonian startups after boom in the tech industry”

    Forbes:

    “Estonia is the place with big ideas and a big footprint in the world of technology. Entrepreneurs who plan to expand globally can take note from Estonia’s rapid success. In Estonia, thinking globally has become a national mindset.”

    The Economist:

    “Estonian geeks developed the code behind Skype and Kazaa (an early file-sharing network). In 2007, it became the first country to allow online voting in a general election. It has among the world’s zippiest broadband speeds and holds the record for start-ups per person.”

    TransferWise Pitch Competition 2017 finalists:


    • 3DC.io is the easiest 3D design app on mobile platforms and webs

    • Festivality Platform SaaS bringing festivals and events to mobile. Simultaneously building the most robust behavioral database of live events´ fans for promoters, artists and brands.

    • WINNER! Funderful is fundraising software for universities ($40B industry) that turns nostalgia into donations without the annoyance of cold calls or guilt trips.

    • Nowescape Provide easy booking experience to those, who want to book reality games.

    • Tebo is a marketplace for education content. Teachers can find resources, such as slides, quizzes, worksheets for their classes or make money when sharing their own.

    • TriggMine builds a new layer of email automation, one that drives the effectiveness of email marketing and growing alongside the company’s revenue.

    • Welltrado provides benchmark for peer-to-peer lending industry.

    • WiDE is software which generates digital model of assistive device combining pre-defined digital design of the device and a 3D scan of patient.