Aside from all that, we can now look forward to a closed-room pitching slot for 10 Thai-based startups on the second day. These shortlisted 10 will pitch their startups to Global Brain, a Japan-based venture capital firm to be selected for an all-expenses paid trip for two to attend Global Brain Alliance Forum (GBAF). Held every December in Tokyo, GBAF sees the presence of around 100 representatives of major Japanese corporations, such as NTT DoCoMo and KDDI, gather to listen to venture pitches and meet startups there for potential matchmaking. GBAF will provide you with the valuable connections that you need for potential funding and partnership opportunities.
Interestingly, last year, Thai-based e-book platform Ookbee was selected to attend GBAF and ended up the winner of the event. Who will be this year’s pick?
Download your application form. Do note that this pitching session is only open to confirmed Echelon Ignite Thailand 2013 attendees with a Thai-based startup and are able to showcase a ready product. Have you bought your tickets yet?
Deadline for submitting your application form: 21 August 2013.
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