Over 75 of London’s finest startups applied for the second series of the Elevator Pitch.
In partnership with Campus London we took 60 of the startups to the CampusCam – a video booth (Big Brother’s secret diary room if you will..) to ask them to apply by video.
Only 25 startups could go through to the next round, with 5 chosen by a public vote on our websites.
There were a range of companies spanning different sectors and ideas. This included the latest tech ideas for children and clothing through to computer programming.
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Some even turned up with carrots…..
Using the touch screen, people were asked a series of questions such as what they would consider success for their business in the next 6 months. Some more carrots maybe?
With a limited time to describe their company and why it should be chosen, pitchers had to think of unique and original ways to be noticed.
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With such a wide array of attendees, for some it was seen as an excellent networking opportunity.
The companies chosen for Elevator Pitch Round 2 public vote have already been announced. You can make a difference by voting on our website here.