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Speak at ILP Beijing Virtual Symposium 11/5 *Night*

Deadline: September 28, 2020

MIT Startup Exchange is seeking 4-6 startups to participate in the ILP Beijing Virtual Symposium, hosted by ILP member Z-Park to be held on November 5, 2020 night ET (Beijing time next day morning).  The broadcasting will be both online to those that decide to join virtually and to an conference room in Beijing for those attending in person, with an expected audience of 300+ online attendees and 200+ attendees in person in Beijing. 

The theme of the event is technology innovation after the global pandemic, and there will be four keynote talks by MIT faculty, followed by startup talks, at 10-11pm ET,  

Startups focused on medical, pharma, energy, materials, IoT, automation, devices, robotics, big data applications, etc. are encouraged to apply, as this will be a great opportunity to expose to global corporates. Following the event, we will provide contact information for some of the attendees who expressed interest.

At the MIT Startup Exchange we run high quality events attended by hundreds of high-level corporates. Please be prepared to get your slide deck to us on time for feedback, a half-hour coaching session/dry-run two weeks before the event, and a 45-minute rehearsal the week of the event. These are required.  

To apply, please provide the following:

  1. Startup Fit: brief description of your startup's technology-based product/services and an explanation of the unique fit between the event/theme and the startup’s offering.
  2. Proof points: Customer traction e.g. pilot, validation results, paying customers, etc.
  3. MUST HAVE for the "Additional Information" field: One-line description of your startup for our agenda 
Deadline: September 28, 2020
Posted on: September 11, 2020
Location: Zoom Webinar

MIT Startup Exchange is seeking 4-6 startups to participate in the ILP Beijing Virtual Symposium, hosted by ILP member Z-Park to be held on November 5, 2020 night ET (Beijing time next day morning).  The broadcasting will be both online to those that decide to join virtually and to an conference room in Beijing for those attending in person, with an expected audience of 300+ online attendees and 200+ attendees in person in Beijing. 

The theme of the event is technology innovation after the global pandemic, and there will be four keynote talks by MIT faculty, followed by startup talks, at 10-11pm ET,  

Startups focused on medical, pharma, energy, materials, IoT, automation, devices, robotics, big data applications, etc. are encouraged to apply, as this will be a great opportunity to expose to global corporates. Following the event, we will provide contact information for some of the attendees who expressed interest.

At the MIT Startup Exchange we run high quality events attended by hundreds of high-level corporates. Please be prepared to get your slide deck to us on time for feedback, a half-hour coaching session/dry-run two weeks before the event, and a 45-minute rehearsal the week of the event. These are required.  

To apply, please provide the following:

  1. Startup Fit: brief description of your startup's technology-based product/services and an explanation of the unique fit between the event/theme and the startup’s offering.
  2. Proof points: Customer traction e.g. pilot, validation results, paying customers, etc.
  3. MUST HAVE for the "Additional Information" field: One-line description of your startup for our agenda 

Disclaimer:  MIT Startup Exchange provides introductions that ideally provides open ended discussions in order to share mutual interests and potentially create common ground that incite the parties to collaborate. MIT Startup Exchange introductions may eventually lead to mutual partnerships, but that is not in any way guaranteed by MIT, MIT Corporate Relations, MIT Industrial Liaison Program (ILP) or MIT Startup Exchange, which take no responsibility for the outcome of such discussions and takes no formal part in such discussions following our introduction. MIT Startup Exchange and its activities and events are not for purposes of soliciting investment or offering securities.