Pitch@Palace was established by HRH The Duke of York to support entrepreneurs with the amplification and acceleration of their business ideas by connecting them with potential supporters including CEOs, investors, elevators and key business partners.
In less than three years, Pitch@Palace has helped over 247 businesses grow, with some now enjoying huge global success. Every Pitch@Palace is themed with this year’s theme focusing on Human Technology.
This year’s Pitch@Palace 7.0 Boot Camp will be hosted by The University of Nottingham on on Wednesday 15 March.
The Boot Camp will offer the chance for entrepreneurs to present their business idea to a global audience of influencers. Participants pitch to a panel of judges, who will selected up to 15 entrepreneurs to pitch at the final at St James’s Palace on Tuesday 25 April. Entrepreneurs will be supported by an Elevator (mentor) to help maximise the Pitch@Palace opportunity. There will also be a showcase of the city’s high-end businesses, including food and drink entrepreneurs.
Applications to Pitch@Palace Boot Camp close on Wednesday 15 February. Apply online.
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