Call for applications: C-shark Tank for Early Stage Startups with Proof of concept

The jury will select the final 12 startups to appear LIVE in Singapore 20 Feb 2020 to pitch at the C-shark Tank. More than 20 corporate executives will agree on the final 3 to invest in.
Application Deadline in a month
Eligible Countries | Regions | Cities  Worldwide
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Imagine having access to 100 VCs, angels, mentors, startup eco-system thought leaders and C-suite executives from large corporates such as IBM, Mercer, Prudential, Shell, Natixis, Microsoft, SAP and DHL.
 
Leverage the power of the networks and industry insights of corporate leaders who have regional and global market responsibilities in diverse industries from real estate to pharmaceutical to FMCG.
 
20 startups will be shortlisted to pitch to a 100 member jury at our Private Pitch Jan 15 2020. Startups from around the world will be selected to pitch via zoom to the jury who will all be in one room. The jury will select the final 12 startups to appear LIVE in Singapore 20 Feb 2020 to pitch at the C-shark Tank. More than 20 corporate executives will agree on the final 3 to invest in.
 
All 12 finalists will walk away with prizes and get face-time with both startup eco-system experts and corp executives Feb 19 and 20.
 
What we're looking for
  • company formed
  • team established
  • idea scaleable
  • proof of concept

Why participate at C-shark Tank?

 
Investment
 
Top 3 startups will receive cash investment in exchange for equity.
 
she1K Network
 
Benefit from experience and connections of C-sharks and she1K members.​
 
Media Coverage
 
Finalists get maximum visibility with local and international press.​
 
Up close & Personal
 
All 12 finalists get a one hour exclusive 1-on-1 session with one of the C-sharks.
 
Application Deadline: 31 December 2019

Source: she1K

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