Morning Pitch Singapore: FinTech | SGInnovate


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Morning Pitch Singapore: FinTech

Organised by Deloitte Tohmatsu Venture Support. Partnered With SGInnovate

Morning Pitch is a pitching platform hosted by Deloitte Tohmatsu Venture Support. This platform helps startups form business alliances and partnerships with large corporations, corporate venture capital, and venture capital firms. The focus of this Morning Pitch on 12 October 2018 is FinTech.

The theme of each Morning Pitch is defined in advance and changes monthly. The event originates from Japan where it has served as a similar platform for over four years, resulting in M&A’s and IPO’s.

The event is by invitation only and is designed for large corporations, investors and government agencies. Should you wish to attend the event, please request for an invite here. We regret that we would not unable to accommodate guests who are unrelated to the above activities, such as students and sales executives. We thank you for your understanding.

Each morning pitch will have a short introduction to the theme of the event by Deloitte (5-15 min). After this introduction, 3-6 startups will get on the stage, each related to the selected theme. They will present their business to the audience in a few minutes, followed by a short Q&A. In the end, 30 - 40 minutes will be used for networking between start-ups and the audience.

The event programme starting time is 10:00 am. Please arrive at the venue at 9:45 to be seated in time.

9:45am – 10:00am: Registration
10:00am – 12:00pm: Morning Pitch Singapore: Fintech

Topics: Startups, Investments

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