Jan 21 slushtokyo
Ground control to Slush Tokyo 2019! We have a little over a month left to the event, and we want to make sure you know that you can still apply for your startup pass and demo booth. Here’s how:
1. Apply for your pass on the Slush Platform
2. Wait for your application to be reviewed
3. Once your application has been accepted, you may buy your startup pass!
With a startup pass, you have access to our matchmaking tool, our meeting area, and the amazing, exclusive Startup Day to give you all the insights on how to make your startup go above and beyond.
● I have sent in my application. Can I buy tickets?
Please wait for us to review your application (1-2 days). You will receive an e-mail notifying when you can buy your tickets.
● Are demo booths included in startup passes?
No, startup passes and demo booth tickets are sold separately, both available on the Slush Platform once your application has been approved.
● How many passes do I have to get?
For startup passes, 1 pass/person is needed. Each pass is valid for both days (22-23/Feb).
For demo booth tickets, 1 pass/day is needed ie to demo booth throughout Slush, you will need TWO tickets. If you only purchase 1 ticket, your day will be assigned and notified in February.
**Both pitch contest and showtech time do NOT require any further purchases, since they are included in the startup pass and demo booth tickets respectively.
● How do I get on stage?
Only startups who participate in the Pitch Contest and Showtech Time will have time on stage (3min pitch & 2min QA)
See you all soon!
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