The CeBIT PitchFest follows on from the StartUp Conference. A number of the StartUp exhibitors get the opportunity to pitch their business ideas to a panel of esteemed judges. Winners of the competition have gone on to become huge business successes and include Touch One, Ingogo and Mathspace to name just a few.
In 2016, nine dedicated start-ups competed at CeBIT Australia’s annual PitchFest, with NetHealth crowned the winner after a competitive series of pitches in front of renowned judges Steve Baxter, Founder, River City Labs and Shark, Shark Tank Australia and Brad Rosser, Founder, TiE Board and Charter Member, BSF Group and Dennis Silvers, Director, TiE Sydney. See the full media release here.
CeBIT would like to congratulate the companies selected as finalists for the CeBIT PitchFest:
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Complete the form on the right to be kept up to date on the PitchFest program or register your interest in taking a subsidised stand within the CeBIT StartUp Exhibition Zone.