16 October 2017
Thursday 23 November 2017 Startuppato, the networking evening dedicated to innovators, is back in Turin. The event, organized by Treatabit since 2013, in the last editions has been enriched with an exhibition area where visitors try out innovative products and services in preview and meet teams to collaborate with.
Treatabit is the support program for digital startups developed by I3P, Incubatore di Imprese Innovative del Politecnico di Torino. Both are part of our network of experts who constantly support us and help us monitor the ecosystem and identify the most interesting business models in development.
Mamacrowd confirms its presence as a partner of the event, underlining the importance of meeting closely the teams, analyzing their growth and preparing them in the best way for equity crowdfunding campaigns to accelerate growth.
Startuppato is an opportunity for all entrepreneurs who have developed a product or service to preview it; during the evening they will be able to make themselves known to potential users and clients, develop partnerships with other entrepreneurs and find digital professionals interested in collaborating on their project.
Startuppato, now in its seventh edition, recorded more than 1200 visitors and over 1450 registrations from users who received information material on stands and initiatives concerning the event.
For entrepreneurs who want to present their innovative product or service for the first time, it is possible to apply for their project by 23 October to receive a free stand and a communication kit. The call is open to all entrepreneurial teams, individuals or companies that have developed an innovative service or product in the sectors of food, travel, e- commerce, education, entertainment, sport&wellness, green, gaming, VR, AR, wearable, IoT, cybersecurity.
On www.startuppato.com you can nominate your startup or register for free as a visitor.
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