Intesa Sanpaolo is seeking new technology startups in the Food & Beverage industry. Call for FoodTech Startups

Interested startups can apply by submitting a business plan or executive summary of their project no later than March 24, 2017

Intesa Sanpaolo is seeking new technology startups in the Food & Beverage industry for the 2017 edition of its international acceleration platform StartUp Initiative. Interested startups can apply by submitting a business plan or executive summary of their project via our online application form (here and here) no later than March 24, 2017. Applications will be reviewed and screened along five key drivers: team and advisors, addressable market, product and development stage, barriers to entry and traction, economics. Participating startups will go through a coaching and selection process made available at no charge by key industry players and qualified coaches. The most promising teams will have a chance to pitch their project to a wide audience of financial and corporate investors, significantly improving their fund raising and business development reach.

StartUp Initiative.

Chrono program

April 08-09, Boot Camp (Turin): admitted startups will receive two full days of training delivered by experienced angel investors from California. April 20, Deal Line-Up (Milan): trained startups will pitch to a panel of experts (industry players, investors and researchers), who will provide structured feedback and select the finalists, which will move forward with the program. May 10, Investor Arena Meeting (Milan): the startups selected at the Deal Line-Up will have 10 minutes to pitch their project to a broad audience of around 150 investors, corporations and players of the innovation ecosystem.

The Arena hosted by Seeds&Chips

The Arena will be hosted by Seeds&Chips @TUTTOFOOD, a reference exhibition for FoodTech and Internet of Food which attracts the most innovative startups and relevant ecosystem stakeholders from all over Italy. We remind you that there is no charge to participate in the program. Selected companies will need to cover their own travel and accommodation.

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