Come along, meet other tech entrepreneurs, have a drink and show everyone what you're working on. If you'd like to demo your product, enter the details in the 'Other Information' section of the registration form and we'll confirm with you a week before if you have a demo slot, as they're limited and so many great companies apply. The deadline for applications is 3pm on 28th August.
TechHub Demo Night is for technology entrepreneurs, runs from 6.30-8.30ish pm and is free for TechHub Members and starts from just six pounds (plus fees - boo) for others.
Demos will be kept to 3 minutes, with around 5 minutes for questions.
TechHub Demo Night isn't about pitching for funds, it's really an opportunity to show the community what you're working on, get some feedback, and see what others are toiling away on. While some angels and VCs do pop along sometimes, don't feel that it's a formal pitch. (We are looking at a special Investors-oriented event soon). That said, make sure you have a great presentation - communicate with style!
So pass the details along to anyone you'd love to see demo their product.
If you'd like to bring a friend, please ask them to register here too so we know how many people are coming.
NOTE FOR POTENTIAL DEMOERS...
You will have a maximum 3 mins to demo your product (not business) followed by brief Q&A. With 6 other companies demoing you will need to stand out so keep it snappy, info-rich and think about your audience (tech / business). People will want to know what the financial and practical benefits are of your product so make those clear. This is not a pitch for funding but addressing your audience like their opinion counts is more likely to strengthen your pitch and win you admirers!
The format of this event is as follows:
7.00pm Doors, then drinks & networking
8.30pm More drinks & networking
Cancellation PolicyTickets for events at TechHub and sold through Eventbrite are non-refundable, except in the following circumstances:
- In the event of a sold out event and where we are able to resell the ticket (TechHub will not be liable for unsold tickets);
- In the event of postponement of the event, where your ticket will be valid for the rescheduled date or you will be entitled to a refund;
- In the event of cancellation of the event in which case a refund will be made.TechHub retains the right to refuse entry
To get to TechHub @ Campus
- Take Exit 4 at Old St tube station to City Rd
- Walk down City Road (past Pod & Sainsburys) and then take Epworth Street on your left
- Take the first right down Tabernacle St
- Then the first left onto Bonhill St - TechHub @ Campus is no. 4-5 on your right
See you @TechHub!
TechHub is an exciting project creating a physical space in London for tech start-ups not just based nearby but entrepreneurs and others in the tech industry from across the UK, Europe, the US and beyond.
We've created a community space reflecting the vibrancy and global outlook of the technology scene today.
TechHub is affordable and accessible, with a great environment to bring together the right people in one place - the people who really do want to change the world through their businesses. We're near 'Silicon Roundabout' in the Old Street area of London where there is an existing cluster of tech start-ups AND at our new location, TechHub@Campus which is within the Google Campus Building on Bonhill Street.
Please note that we usually add people who come to our events to our email list to keep you updated on what's coming up @TechHub . Please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd prefer not to be added.
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TechHub is the space for the technology community. We've launched first in London for tech start-ups based both nearby, and entrepreneurs and others in the tech industry from across the UK, Europe, the US and beyond.
We've put together a new community space reflecting the vibrancy and global outlook of the technology scene.
TechHub is affordable and accessible, with a great environment to bring together the right people in one place - the people who really do want to change the world through their businesses. We're right on 'Silicon Roundabout' in the Old Street area of London - part of the existing cluster of tech start-ups.