Australian Women in Tech Pitch
CALLING ALL FEMALE FOUNDED TECHNOLOGY STARTUPS!
Applications now open…
We are looking for tech businesses that are ready to scale globally. These businesses will have the opportunity to pitch to potential investors, customers and partners from Australia, North America and Asia Pacific.
Finalists will have 3 minutes to pitch their business ideas, and the winner will be selected by a panel of high profile judges.
The winner will have automatic entry into an Australian Landing Pad of their choice; Berlin, San Francisco, Shanghai, Singapore or Tel Aviv.
All finalists will receive personalised pitch coaching and a complimentary ticket to attend the Hopper Down Under conference from 29-31 July 2019.
More prizes to be announced!
Applications close: Midnight, Sunday 30 June 2019
Australian Women in Tech Pitch: Thursday 1 August 2019 (in Brisbane)
Australian Women in Tech Pitch is an initiative of the Australian Government – through AusIndustry, Austrade and CSIRO|Data61 and sponsored by IBM.
Questions regarding the pitch can be referred to AWTEvent@industry.gov.au
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