Startup.Network announces two new Startup Battles

Startup.Network announces the Startup Battles for San Francisco and Los Angeles

Startup.Network is pleased to announce, the next 144 Startup Battle taking place in San Francisco on May 23rd, while the next 145 Startup Battle taking place in Los Angeles on May 30th.

During these two startup events, the most successful Startups will compete for the attention of select members of Venture Funds and Angel Investors.

StartUp Battle San Francisco

Startup.Network has already organised more than 100 Startup Battles in various cities across Europe, the Middle East, and the USA, helping more than 100 Entrepreneurs raise money.

Startup Battle is designed to help interested parties find ‘diamonds in the rough’ to invest in or find startup investors for your current venture.

Pitching at the Startup Battle is a great opportunity to: find investors; raise money from venture funds and private investors; acquire practical advice from experienced venture capital professionals; find partners and clients, expand your network; present your startup to a wide audience and the investment community.

StartUp Battle Los Angeles

If you are going to build a successful startup, Startup.Network let’s you try your hand at investment battles! All you need to do is register the Startup on the Event Page

Upon reviewing your application the Startup.Network team will contact you with feedback.

Startup Battle will be held in two stages:

Panel Discussion on the topic “How to structure your startup to get investors excited”.

Pitch Session.

The Ticket Cost for Guests:
Early Bird - 20 $; Regular - 50 $.

You can purchase it by clicking on the “Ticket and registration” button on the Event page.

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