San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Get ready for another amazing Startup Pitch Night, our quarterly startup series! At each session of our bi-monthly Startup Pitch Night series, a handpicked group of tech startups are invited to pitch their product in front of an audience and a panel of expert judges. At our next session, we're taking a look at super-amazing FoodTech, AgTech, FarmTech startups that are ready to disrupt the food category. Startup Pitch Night is a great networking event too. GET TICKETS NOW!!!
Meet the Startups
How #SVFStartupPitchNight works:
Step 1: Each startup will have an opportunity for a 4min pitch to a panel of angels, VCs, corporate investors, and experts
Step 2: Each company will receive 11 minutes of valuable feedback from the panel of judges
Step 3: One overall winner selected from the judges' scores
Thank You to Our Partner
When & Where
Silicon Valley Forum
At Silicon Valley Forum, we believe in the transformative power of entrepreneurship. We’ve dedicated the last 33 years to helping people learn how to build a business the Silicon Valley way, with a focus on creativity and innovation, using technology to bring society towards a better future. Whether you’re trying to create a company here or build your own Silicon Valley at home, our events and our online portal light the way for you to learn and grow as a 21st century entrepreneur.
We have a long history of creating successful events, programs and conferences that educate, train, inspire and connect technologists, entrepreneurs, corporates, investors, innovation and startup hubs, and students—in Silicon Valley, throughout the U.S., and globally. We organize about 100 different activities per year, have over 15,000 subscribers/users, and work with over 40 countries worldwide.
Our partners include global leaders like Accenture, IBM, Microsoft, and Qualcomm, just to name a few; as well as leading venture capital firms and service providers. Silicon Valley Forum is a fully independent 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization.
For more information, visit our website at http://www.siliconvalleyforum.com/.