Friday, September 13th could be a lucky day for five startups. Then they fight at the me Convention in Frankfurt for a starting place at the Reeperbahn Startup Pitch and a ticket for the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas. Well over 500 people have voted online for the five finalists who we would like to introduce to you!
It is still a while until the Reeperbahn Startup Pitch, but the hot phase has somehow already started. On September 13th there will be a Pre-Pitch at the me Convention in Frankfurt, a kind of qualification competition for the final in Hamburg. And that’s also where you’re in demand. Via an online voting you can decide which five candidates will compete at the me Convention and win attractive prizes!
How time flies! At the end of this week, on August 25th to be precise, is application deadline for the Reeperbahn Startup Pitch which will take place on November 7th at the Mojo Club. So if you already wanted to apply, don’t hesitate any more. And for all the others we have compiled the seven most convincing arguments as to why participation in the seventh edition of our competition is exactly the right thing for your startup.
Until August 25th you can apply for our Reeperbahn Startup Pitch. One of the conditions of participation is the submission of an English pitch deck with a maximum of 15 slides. In this context the eternal question arises: What does the ideal pitch deck look like? In the following article we’ll give you a few tips.
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In the third and final episode of our series about the new participants in the Next Media Accelerator (NMA) we present: a new type of job advertisement with whyapply, gamification of editorial content with Playgorithm and voice input of texts with Voimada.
The application phase for the Startups@Reeperbahn Pitch is currently underway again. In 2017, London startup Sceenic took part in the competition and reached second place. CEO and co-founder Paul Bojarski tells us in an interview how he experienced the event and how Sceenic has developed since then.
Leah Hunter is a jounalist, author, speaker, founder and so much more – and on September 19th she is part of the jury of our Startups@Reeperbahn Pitch! In an extensive interview she talks about Hamburg, Austin, what kind of startups she’s looking for and why a great pitch should be delivered like jazz music.
Finally the time has come – the application phase for the Startups@Reeperbahn Pitch has begun! In 2018, startups from all over Europe will again be fighting for a lavish media budget from WELT and a trip to the SXSW Festival in Texas. Here we tell you how you can take part!
Here we continue with the Next Media Accelerator, Batch 6. In the second part of our little series about the new participants we present selected journalism with Praise and Locationews, museum chat bots from helloguide and success predictions from Exponenta.