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Startup Speakers for July 8th MIIT Materials Innovation Startup Webinar

Deadline: June 17, 2020

Materials Innovation is a topic of growing interest among corporates, for increased performance, reduced cost/weight, or improved sustainability of materials.

This is an Opportunity for Startups to present their technology (brief pitch plus Q&A) to 1-200 global corporate attendees as members of ILP, and to the MIT community as a whole. 

Date & Time - Tuesday, July 8th, 2020 / 11 AM - 12:00 noon EDT

Presenting Slots Available - 6-7 Startups

Relevant Technologies - Materials Innovation - for increased performance, reduced cost/weight, or improved sustainability. 

 

 

Deadline: June 17, 2020
Posted on: June 3, 2020
Location: Webinar (virtual event)
Industry: materials

Materials Innovation is a topic of growing interest among corporates, for increased performance, reduced cost/weight, or improved sustainability of materials.

This is an Opportunity for Startups to present their technology (brief pitch plus Q&A) to 1-200 global corporate attendees as members of ILP, and to the MIT community as a whole. 

Date & Time - Tuesday, July 8th, 2020 / 11 AM - 12:00 noon EDT

Presenting Slots Available - 6-7 Startups

Relevant Technologies - Materials Innovation - for increased performance, reduced cost/weight, or improved sustainability. 

 

 

Application Requirements

In your response, please include:

  1. Startup fit - Explain concisely what you offer & your match with the above
  2. MUST HAVE! One-line description of your startup for our agenda - that clearly describes what you do without buzzwords or tech jargons
  3. Any relevant use cases / customer stories (can indicate industry/size if not ready to go public)
  4. Stage of startup / maturity of technology
  • Application Requirements

    In your response, please include:

    1. Startup fit - Explain concisely what you offer & your match with the above
    2. MUST HAVE! One-line description of your startup for our agenda - that clearly describes what you do without buzzwords or tech jargons
    3. Any relevant use cases / customer stories (can indicate industry/size if not ready to go public)
    4. Stage of startup / maturity of technology

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