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TechCrunch Italy: Startup Competition finalists announced

The names of the 8 finalists of the TechCrunch Italy’s Startup Competition, that will compete to win the final total prize of 50.000€, have been announced today.

At the end of September these pre-selected finalists will move to Rome where they will pitch at the Startup Competition stage, engage in a round of Q&A, and be judged by a team of top level venture capitalists and angel investors. Here are the names of the recently selected startups:

  • Aenduo
  • Bauzaar
  • Bemyeye
  • Fluentify.com
  • GiPStech
  • Pathflow
  • Sportboom
  • Vivocha

Startup Competition accepts applications only from startups that live for less than 24 months and have received no more than 2 Million in funding.

The competition is part of TechCrunch Italy, a one day conference and startup showcase, held on 27th September in the spectacular venue of The Globe Theatre, in Villa Borghese,  that will gather some of the most recognized leaders and innovators of the technology and media industries in Italy, Europe and the U.S.

With support from Mind The Bridge Foundation and co-organized with Populis, one of Europe’s leading digital media groups, this conference brings some of the best experts together to talk about the big changes and trends happening in the world right now and about how it is possible to leverage them to foster innovation and the creation of global companies from Italy.

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Luca Mayer
Luca Mayer
Luca works as a Senior Security Specialist and Project Manager at Security Reply. On EU-Startups.com he writes about Italian startups and the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Italy.

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