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Startups – take your chance and stand out at Latitude59

Startups are the driving force behind Latitude59. Be it pitching on the main stage or showcasing at the demo area, you'll be in the spotlight to meet investors, guests and other startups. And win amazing prizes.

Startups – take your chance and stand out at Latitude59

LATITUDE59 PITCHING COMPETITION
Apply by 12 April

It’s here! Latitude59 pitching competition 2020 is this year highlighting early-stage companies that stand out for their focus on impact and mindset change. Read more and apply here. 

Prizes:
Investment up to 200k led by EstBAN 
€10 000 equity-free cash

More prizes to be announced

DEMO AREA
Apply by 30 April

The L59 demo area presented by Tehnopol is your opportunity to put yourself on the centre stage at L59 – we can only accommodate 55 startups! Showcase your product in front of potential investors and customers, gain immediate customer feedback and conduct first-hand market research, receive media coverage and more.

We are looking for early to seed-stage companies who meet the following criteria:

  • Early to seed-stage companies
  • The company has a functioning product with traction
  • Ready to present their product to investors and customers
  • Have received angel or seed investment 50k-1.5M
  • Have been in any acceleration or other programs/competitions

PRICE:

One demo booth for 2 days:
€109 for those applying before 30 March (included)*
€169 for those applying between 1st April and 30 April (included)*

*The demo booth price does not include any conference passes. When buying a Demo booth, you will have the opportunity to purchase up to 4 Startup Passes for €89 each.

Read more and apply here.

See you all at Latitude59 – 28-29 May!

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