On March 3 and 4, six startups specializing in information and communication technologies will improve their business strategy and pitching, 4-minute presentation for potential investors. Mentors and business professionals will work with them in group workshops but mainly during individual sessions.
Zuzana Nehajová, one of the mentors, is a leader of InnovYEtion Hub in EY. Zuzana is helping companies of all sizes as well as public administration within the CEE region and beyond to adopt new technologies and trends. The invitation to DEXIC Boot Camp also accepted experienced mentor Nikola Rafaj from the Prague accelerator StartupYard. Jaroslav Novák from Wunderman will learn startups to improve their pitches and help them with marketing. Business professionals are represented by Martin Javnický, who works in Česká spořitelna as a strategic project manager.
ICT startups in Proof of Concept to Minimum Viable Product can apply to 25.2. 2018.
Six selected startups get the opportunity to attend the 2-day DEXIC Boot Camp for free, work with inspirational professionals, look at their project in a new perspective and move it forward. They will learn how to effectively present the project to investors and how to engage them in a short time. Startups will pitch in front of a wide audience during the Grand Final on March 5 2018, at the Cultural Center Vratislavice 101010. The winning teams from the Grand Final will have the opportunity to participate in the acceleration program, which will run for six weeks in May and June 2018 under the auspices Liberec region in the framework of the project Accelerator, Interreg Danube Transnational Programme.
Acceleration program as well as DEXIC Boot Camp is being prepared in European House of the Liberec Region. In our region we see great potential for technology and business development and therefore we are organizing the DEXIC Boot Camp and the Grand Final, as well as other events for innovators and entrepreneurs. We work with European startups and we would like to transfer our experience to the Liberec region and help start-ups in their development and entry into international markets.