Feb 14 slushtokyo
The annual pitch training event especially curated with everything that a startup needs is back.
When is it? On Feb 16, 2019, Saturday.
What time? 12:00 – 20:00 BUT doors are only open from 11:30-12:30 so don’t be late!
Where will it be? At this cool place called Accenture Innovation Hub (Sumitomo Fudosan Azabu Juban Building, 1-4-1, 1 Chome-4 Mita, Minato-ku, Tōkyō-to 108-0073)
Who can go? Startups who are part of the Pitch Contest, Showtech Time and/or has a Demo Booth can come! We’re also opening the training to Student Pass holders. Just register and we’ll assess your application and contact you if you were chosen to join.
How do I register? Easy! Just fill this up: Pitch Training Application
What will we do? Expect a day filled with intensive sessions, one-on-one training, open pitches and more. Agenda and Pitch Training Guide will be sent to you directly by our startup team.
Who are the coaches? This year we will be having 9 brilliant coaches to shape you up for the event. More about them here.
I can’t make it. What can I do? Do not fret! We will be having an online session at 18:00 and we will be sharing live updates, highlights and session videos on our Instagram Page so make sure to follow @slushtokyo
That’s it. Now brush up your decks and put your game face on – we’ll see you this Saturday!
For more information, check out https://tokyo.slush.org/pitch-contest/
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