SICTIC brings Swiss start-ups to CeBit

13.02.2017 08:41

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CeBIT is the world’s leading IT trade fair. SICTIC offers Swiss start-ups the opportunity to present their company at the SICTIC booth. In addition the investors club organizes a bus night ride for start-ups for CHF35 only including entrance fee to CeBIT.

This year CeBIT’s moto is the digital transformation with the slogan d!conomy – no limits. Topics that fall under this umbrella include Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality, Internet of Things, Unmanned Systems and Solutions (drones), Cybersecurity and Cloud. CeBIT expects 200’000 industry professionals and potential customers, 250+ investors and 3’500 journalists.

For the third time CeBIT has a dedicated exhibition hall for start-ups only called CeBIT SCALE11. Emerging start-ups from all over the world will be present and have exposure to decision-makers from established industries. In collaboration with SCALE11 SICTIC offers Swiss start-ups two interesting opportunities:

SICTIC Pavilion at CeBIT SCALE11 (March 20th - 25th, 2017)
SICTIC will rent booths with 7 workstations in the CeBIT SCALE11 exhibition hall and brings 7-14 Swiss start-ups to CeBIT. Each start-up can decide to be present for 2, 3 or the whole 5 days at CeBIT SCALE11. Registration closes on 15 February. Register here.

Pitch Night Ride to CeBIT SCALE11(March 19th-20th, 2017)
SICTIC is organizing a bus trip from Zurich on Sunday night to Hannover and back on Monday, March 20th late at night. Start-ups will be trained during the bus ride by SICTIC in an intensive pitch training and then participants will have an interesting program the next day at CeBIT SCALE11. Start-ups can meet corporate representatives and visit CeBIT by guided tour. Start-up representatives will also have the chance to practice their pitching skills in front of investors. Last but not least everybody is welcome to attend the CeBIT SCALE11 party before taking the bus back to Zurich. Bus registration closes on 22 February. Registration here.

More information can be found on the SICTIC website.

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