i2i has once again partnered with Slush to host a local pitching event for impact-focused startups in Pakistan to win an all-expense paid trip to Northern Europe.
When and Where?
“Get Slush’d” is the local pitching event organized by i2i that will take place at The Hive on Friday, 29 July 2016.
About Slush and Global Impact Accelerator
Slush is a technology conference for startups and tech talent to meet with top-tier international investors, executives and media.
40 entrepreneurs from 20 global competitions will join in Helsinki in late November to accelerate their impact business ideas, engage with the Nordic startup community and make a life-lasting connections with the major culmination at Slush 2016. This is the second edition of GIA (Global Impact Accelerator)
Slush Global Impact Accelerator is a program created in collaboration with the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland and multiple partners globally. Organized for the second time, the purpose of the program is to support startups that are looking to solve some of the most pressing global challenges.
How does it work and what’s in it for you?
Fill in the application form to be considered. The selected applicants to attend the local competition will be pitching their business in front of a local panel of judges. The judges will shortlist 2-4 candidates, who will then fill in more in-depth application form. The shortlisted candidates will be contacted by the Selection Committee for an interview. The final decision of the selection will be made by the Selection Committee based on the application form and interview.
The selected participants get opportunity to attend Helsinki boot camp program with full expense covered, opportunity to be feaured in Slush Impact and UNICEF Innovation Summit, workshops, networking and much more (read the Slush Information Handbook for details)
Download the Slush Information Handbook
Still have more questions about the Global Impact Accelerator? Just download the information handbook to get more detailed insight into the program and how it works.