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Startups have until March 24 to submit their applications for a shot to enter the Demo Pit, which gives early-stage companies in fields like IoT, data analytics, artificial intelligence and security a chance to showcase their technology before a tech-savvy audience.
The selected early-stage companies must have a product in early commercialization. They’ll receive a booth to demo their product throughout the entire conference. The best three companies, as determined by a panel of investors, which will have five minutes on the main stage.
“The Phorum Demo Pit continues to be one of the most popular components of the conference each year,” said in a press release Allen Born, director at Fairmount Partners and the advisory board chairman of Phorum 2017. “The Demo Pit enables startups to showcase their technologies, pitch their value proposition and network with hundreds of decision-makers.”
Baltimore’s own RedOwl Analytics was selected as the Best in Show in last year’s edition of the conference.
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