Applications open for Duke of York’s Pitch@Palace 4.0

2015 competition is looking for start-ups focused on the Internet of Things and Smart Cities

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Applications are now open for Pitch@Palace, a competition founded by His Royal Highness the Duke of York which connects “high-potential” science start-ups to potential investors and mentors.

The bi-annual initiative will invite between 12 to 15 of the “best UK entrepreneurs” with a focus on the Internet of Things (IoT) and Smart Cities to pitch to a 300 strong audience of angels, CEOs, mentors and key business partners at St James’s Palace.

Finalists will be selected from a pool of 42 entrepreneurs who have attended ‘Bootcamp’ sessions – coaching, mentoring and the opportunity to practice pitches.

Pitch@Palace 4.0 will take place on November 2 2015, and you can enter your business here.

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