Startups, we want to hear your pitch at the Satellites!

Carmen Benitez of Fetch Plus Asia pitching at Singapore Satellite 2011

e27 is on a six-city hunt for the most promising startups in Asia, and we want you to pitch your product.

With less than a week to go before the closing of the Startup Marketplace application, e27 is leaving no stone un-turn in our search for the best Asian startups. Our aim is to showcase the best in the region to the Echelon crowd of over 1000 investors, global corporate leaders, government and community leaders in June.

The Startup Marketplace journey begins next month in April. when we hit the shores of Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, Taiwan and Japan with the Satellites. We are looking for startups to pitch their products, first, at the Satellites. This will be the initial wave of exposure and feedback that a startup, looking to go global, can expect. The confirmed Satellite dates are:

Jakarta, Indonesia (7 April)

Manila, Philippines (12 April)

Singapore, Singapore (14 April)

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (17 April)

Taipei, Taiwan (24 April)

Tokyo, Japan (26-27 April)

Chris Riley, CMO of Moglue, pitching his product at Hong Kong Satellite 2011

Satellites are startups’ gateway to Echelon 2012, Asia’s longest running web tech conference. Online application to pitch at the Satellites closes on 31 March, 2012. What are you waiting for? Seize the opportunity to launch your startup to greater heights. Apply and join us now for the Satellites and Echelon 2012 Startup Marketplace.

Joash Wee

Joash is passionate about tech startups and building the technopreneur community. While completing his undergraduate business degree, he decided to take a programming class just for kicks. Fortunately for him, he managed to scrap a pass and it now helps him get by with the geek talk. When he is not discussing about startups or the latest technologies, you can find him reading off his Kindle or taking photos with silver halide salts, old school.

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