Nottingham’s Tech Start-up of the Year 2011

Nott Tuesday’s Tech Start-up of the Year competition is back for 2011!!

Are You Nottingham’s Most Promising Tech Startup? 

We’ve looking for five startups (less than 3 years old) to pitch their services on the 8th of November!! Five experienced judges  will be there hear from the startups and select a winner.

Adam Roberts from Go Dine and winner in 2010

We need sponsors to support the event and provide bounty for the winner. Last year Adam (above) won over £2,500 in prizes! Please email nick.barker@awaremonitoring.com with your ideas for prizes. As a sponsor you will be profiled on Nott Tuesday blog and at the award evening in front of Nottingham’s Digerati.

The Format

As with the 2010 Awards the format will be simple:
  • 4 minutes to pitch
  • 5 mins Q&A judging panel
  • Judges retire to deliberate
  • Winner announced & prize given

The Panel

The judging panel  will include experts in entrepreneurship, funding and legal advice. They all know what is takes for a start-up to succeed. We’ll let you know who they are once all the judges have confirmed.

The Pitch

The judges are going to want to hear about

  • Problem
  • Solution
  • Competitor  / Market
  • Team
  • What you are looking for

The trick is to keep it simple, punchy and to the point.

How to enter

If you want to enter email nick.barker@awaremonitoring.com now with a short pitch of your product. The judging panel will then select the best five startups to present on November 8th 2011.

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One response to “Nottingham’s Tech Start-up of the Year 2011

  1. Hi, Are you still looking for sponsors? If so please email me. Steve

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