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Apply to have your startup in the SXSW V2Venture pitch competition

This is a two-day pitch event geared to take innovative startups through a fast-paced review and rehearsal process before unleashing them on a live audience and panel of judges that will include reps from the Venture Capitalist / Angel community as well as industry experts in Las Vegas, Aug. 13-14.

This is a guest post from Jan Schaffer, the Executive Director of J-Lab at American University and a member of the SXSW V2VVenture advisory board.

Get national attention for your startup by entering your startup in the SXSW V2VVenture pitch competition.

This is a two-day pitch event geared to take innovative startups through a fast-paced review and rehearsal process before unleashing them on a live audience and panel of judges that will include reps from the  Venture Capitalist / Angel community as well as industry experts in Las Vegas, Aug. 13-14.

V2V is seeking new products or services in Education Technologies, Health Technologies, Mobile and Tablet Technologies, Culture and Entertainment Technologies, or Innovative World Technologies. Competing startups go through an online review process by the SXSW V2Venture Advisory Boards before being chosen to compete onsite.

Deadline to apply is May 31.  More info and apply here.

There is a $100 application fee, but it can be waived for bootstrapped companies.

Companies: SXSW

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