Why you should register for Pitch Storm at Techpoint Build

by | Nov 20, 2017

If you run an early-stage startup that uses technology to solve basic problems in Nigeria, Techpoint Build provides a great platform to introduce your company to the world.

Nine early-stage startups will be shortlisted to participate in Pitch Storm, in front of an audience of several thousands.

While the overall winner will receive ₦1 million (equity-free), all participants will benefit from the media exposure and investor networking opportunities.

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Ahead of the event, finalists get to work with our pool of mentors on their presentation and fine-tuning their business model canvas. Each team gets five minutes to pitch their company and to present a live product demo to a panel of judges.

If you are still not convinced, you need to know that applying won’t cost you a thing. As long as you are confident that your idea/business is a problem solver, you can register now. Applications are still open; deadline is November 30th, 2017 at 12 AM.

Pitch Storm takes place during Techpoint Build on January 27th, 2018 at Landmark Event Centre. The event will be live-streamed.

How to exhibit or sponsor

Exhibitors and sponsors in retail, telecoms, hardware, software and eCommerce are expected to be at Techpoint Build. For booth and sponsorship, email events@techpoint.ng

For more info on Techpoint Build, please visit techpoint.ng/build. Follow the conversation with #TechpointBuild.

Nifemi Akinwamide
Nifemi Akinwamide

Building interesting stuff at Kudi.

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