With over 150 attendees and 30 start-up applicants, the 5 best start-ups pitched on the 21ste of January during this online event. Lexbee, Bloomcoding, Ziemi, Intrical AI and Nibblr took the stage to battle for both the Audience and the Jury price. Although all 5 pitches were of very high quality, the audience voted for Lexbee, a legal intelligence platform, and the jury for Bloomcoding, a coding for kds platform. The Audience Prize was made possible by IXA. The Next P!tch event will be held end of March. Students with an idea, MVP, or already up-and-running start-up are invited to reach out to ASIF and apply, applications will open soon.
ASIF is a venture capital fund run by students, founded to support UvA and VU students. They organizes numerous events, workshops and presentations to support students in their journey to become a successful entrepreneur. Among these events, P!TCH is one of the most successful events. ASIF organizes 3 pitch events per year, where start-ups can battle for a € 500 jury price and a € 300 audience price. The audience and jury looks at both the overall quality of the pitch, and the quality of the start-up in general.
The next Pitch event will be held at the end of March, applications will open soon. Do you have an idea, MVP, or already up-and-running start-up? Do not hesitate to reach out to ASIF and apply for our next p!tch event!
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