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Are you a founder of a robotics startup? The 2023 RoboBusiness Pitchfire start-up pitch competition is officially open for applications to this year’s event.
This is a unique opportunity to showcase your groundbreaking ideas and propel your company to new heights. RoboBusiness is the premier networking event in the robotics industry and the Pitchfire competition is a great way to get the attention that will help you build new partnerships and secure new funding sources.
Participating startups receive invaluable feedback from investors, network with industry leaders, get free passes to RoboBusiness, and will appear on a future episode of The Robot Report Podcast.
Tatum Robotics was the 2022 Pitchfire winner, featuring their robotic hand-signing solution for deaf-blind individuals. Through their participation at Pitchfire, the company founder, Samantha Johnson was invited to tell her story on The Robot Report Podcast and amplify their journey to helping improve the lives of an often isolated user base that now has a much more connected future in the palm of their hands.
How to apply
There are a few basic criteria for Pitchfire submissions:
- Currently developing or commercializing robots or related technologies
- Less than 5 years old
- Fewer than 30 employees
- Unfunded or has received Seed funding
To submit your company as a potential 2023 RoboBusiness Pitchfire participant, complete an entry form.
If you’d like to be a judge for the event, please contact Steve Crowe: scrowe AT wtwhmedia.com