Procter & Gamble is looking for start-ups
Procter & Gamble is one of the biggest companies worldwide. In 2011 the consumer goods company recorded $82.6 billion dollars in sales. During Lift Conference Start-ups have the chance to meet P&G managers.
Entrepreneurs and technology start-ups interested should respond according the Innovation Need Briefs published on the Lift website, to participate in the selection of their Start-up for a face to face pitch with the P&G managers. Selected start-ups get the opportunitiy to work with one of the world's largest and innovative companies to develop innovative technology and IT solutions for the enterprise world.
This is already the third edition of the P&G Lift start-up challenge, after the success of the 2011 and 2012 edition, when the selected start-ups have had a chance to run pilots and projects with P&G and to get exposure to the way IT innovation is done in a large multinational company.
This call for responses is focused to one of the 5 following areas:
1. Business Intelligence for Warehousing
2. Big Data Analytics
3. Devices for Warehouse work processes
4. Master Data Mapping and Matching
5. Data Collection from Small/owner operated stores
For further information on each of these subjects, please click on each link above to see the detailed briefs and expected responses. Please send responses by the 18th of January. The selected start-ups for attendance will be confirmed by the 25th of Jan 2013.
More information on the Lift website.
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