MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., July 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Mobile startups will take the stage in front of an international investor community at the G-Startup competition during the Global Mobile Internet Conference.
This competition will connect startups to an international investor community and allow them to make connections that will spur global growth and success. Selected startups will go through pitch bootcamp training as they prepare to pitch their business in front of tech industry professionals and get feedback from a panel of influential venture capitalists.
Eligible startups should be founded after September 2011 and have raised less than $1 million in funding. Startups must apply by July 28 and the top 20 applicants and top 10 finalists will be announced in August.
The grand prize winning startup will receive a grand prize from GMIC, sponsor prizes, and complimentary travel and demo booth at GMIC Beijing 2016. (Full list of competition rules and prizes)
Judges for the G-Startup competition include:
Tim Chang – Managing Director, Mayfield Fund
Wen Hsieh – Partner, KPCB
Rebecca Kaden – Partner, Maveron
Noah Lichtenstein – Partner, Cowboy Ventures
Bubba Murka – Partner, DFJ
Naval Ravikant – Co-founder, AngelList
Edith Yeung – Partner, 500 Startups
Media registration is open now for all press and industry analysts (register here). Early registration for VIP, Main, and Expo Plus passes are open now. Passes include access to the opening party, all summits, expo tracks, and the exhibition floor. To register and learn more about GMIC Silicon Valley, visit sv.thegmic.com.
Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC) is an international conference that explores the global impact of mobile technology. Taking place in Beijing, New York, Tokyo, Jakarta, Bangalore, Sao Paulo, Taipei, and Silicon Valley, these conferences provide an opportunity for industry leaders to build relationships, share insights, and develop international growth strategy.
SOURCE Global Mobile Internet Conference