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March 23, 2012 - paulak

Tech start-ups called on to pitch for mentoring and free office space

Innovative technology start-ups have been called on to pitch their business ideas to a panel of venture capitalists at the upcoming InnoTech Summit competition and be in with the chance of winning a prize package of mentoring and free office space.

Organised by the Venture Capital Club of Hult International Business School, the InnoTech Summit is seeking promising technology start-ups in need of support.

Applicants are required to enter online and the top five entries will be selected to pitch their idea to a panel of investors at the InnoTech Summit on 13 April. They will be competing for three prize packages made up of mentoring and office space.

“This competition gives these entrepreneurs the stage to pitch their ideas directly to people who can help them bring them to life, but also by providing mentors to nurture small businesses, and in turn, innovate the future of high tech,” said InnoTech Summit founder Jennifer Arcuri.