Enter Cambridge Wireless’ Discovering Start-Ups Competition

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Want to get noticed and pitch your idea to an elite panel of industry leaders and potential investors? Last year 80% of the Discovering Start-Ups competition finalists received investment and funding.

The selected 10 finalists will pitch their ideas, technologies and innovative products to an elite judging panel of business leaders from BT, Deloitte UK, Samsung, London Business Angels, Barclays, Wayra, Silicon Valley Bank and many more.

Five winners will each receive a prize fund including one year CW Founder membership one delegate pass for the 2017 Future of Wireless International Conference and the chance to exhibit and three lucky winners will each receive a ticket to attend the 2017 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona courtesy of Tradefair and UKTI. Other prizes to be announced!

This is a unique opportunity to showcase your innovative idea or product and gain valuable PR exposure to the world of investors and technology industry.

Deadline for Applications: 23rd September 2016

You can enter the competition by clicking here or by visiting: @CambWireless.

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