Following the success of the last edition of Google Demo Day (Women’s edition) held in December 2015, Google is hosting another Demo Day to feature some of the world’s best early-stage startups founded or co-founded by women.
Google Demo Day is part of a drive by Google to bring a diverse group of startups from the around the world to Silicon Valley to showcase their technology and meet investors and mentors.
Last year’s event saw 11 startups each give 4-minute pitches to a packed house of investors and community leaders. This time, Google Demo Day is calling to female entrepreneurs who are passionate about building a great company to apply to its open call for submission.
Successful applicants will visit Google’s headquarters at Mountain View and connect with Silicon Valley investors.
To be eligible to participate, you must have a startup in the B2B or B2C space (technology vertical preferred), founders should include at least one woman, the startup should be actively raising a Series A round of roughly $1,000,000 – $5,000,000.
Application for this year’s Demo Day is open until October 6. 2016. The startups will be in Silicon Valley from October 30-November 3, 2016. Interested startups can apply here.
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