Calling all budding entrepreneurs


Entries are now open for Pitch@Palace Australia 2.0, an exciting initiative which gives entrepreneurs the opportunity to meet the people who can help make their business dreams become a reality.

This November, Pitch@Palace Australia 2.0 will see the best entrepreneurs from Victoria, Queensland, New South Wales, Western Australia and South Australia, come together to battle it out in a ‘pitch off’.

Founded in 2014 by Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, Pitch@Palace guides, helps and connects entrepreneurs and early-stage businesses with potential supporters, including CEOs, influencers, mentors and business partners.

For a behind-the-scenes look at what’s involved in the process, take a look at Crewmojo’s blog from last year.

Crewmojo progressed through to the National Pitch@Palace Finals at Government House and although they weren’t chosen to attend Pitch@Palace Global in London, they are now further developing their business in the Macquarie University Chi Wah Foundation Incubator.

Pitch@Palace Australia 2.0 has a broad technology theme, seeking entrepreneurs who have identified opportunities in the following areas:
– Biotech and Medical Technology
– Consumer Technology and Internet of Things
– Cyber Security
– Data Management and Analytics
– Educational Technology
– Energy, Environmental and Renewables Technologies
– Fintech
– Fitness Tech
– Health and Wellbeing Tech
– Industrial Technology
– Media, Communications and Entertainment Technology
– Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality
– Smart Cities

Applications are open until 30 September, to enter click here.





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