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The Monaco Junior Chamber of Commerce is organising the “Get in the Ring” competition on December 1 for the fourth year in a row.
This international event, which is in English, brings together talented startups which compete against each other in front of an audience of investors, influencers and potential customers.
MonacoTech, the newly established Incubator-Accelerator initiative in Monaco will welcome these startups for a Coaching Day where mentors from all sectors, such as Marketing, Finance, Law, and New Technologies, will be with them to help them prepare for the Competition. The day will last from 8:30 am until 5:30 pm.
The main event will be Night Pitching, an American-style show with a ring in its centre, rather like a boxing match, which will take place from 6 pm to 11 pm at the Meridien Beach Plaza. The spotlight will be on startups which that defend their projects seeking the acceleration for the growth they believe in.
There will be five intense 30-second rounds per participant touching on presentation, achievements, market research, and financial analysis. This will be followed by questions from the jury composed of investors.
The competition is held in English and welcomes a wide audience. The winner of the competition will be directly qualified for the world final of “Get in the Ring” to be held in March 2018, whose venue remains a secret. The evening at Meridien Beach Plaza will end with a networking cocktail.
Booking on: www.gitr-monaco.com
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