Calling Cambridge-connected entrepreneurs.
We are excited to announce Cambridge Judge Business School’s Entrepreneurship Centre is broadcasting a pitch event to investors on Wednesday 15 June 2022.
This will be our premier pitch event for the 2021-2022 academic year and will be promoted to ‘early-stage’ investors, both individual and institutional, from Cambridge, London and beyond.
Ventures from Cambridge-connected founders are invited to apply to pitch at this event alongside ventures supported by a number of Entrepreneurship Centre programmes. Your venture must be investible, and you must be able to articulate the capital you require and use of funds.
The exclusive event will feature a total of 24 pitches of four minutes each. The event is by invitation only.
Ventures will be screened, and participation is competitive.
Are you an investor or interested in watching the live stream?
RAISE! is directed to serious angel investors and representatives of institutional investment firms interested in funding early-stage ventures (pre-seed, seed and Series A). The event is open to investible ventures founded or led by Cambridge University students, alumni, researchers and faculty as well as ventures from the entire Cambridge Cluster ecosystem. We expect strong competition for pitching slots, which are limited to 24 presentations of four minutes each and split into two streams based on funding amount needed – below £250,000 and above £250,000. Sectors represented will include consumer, biotech, life sciences, social impact, new media and technology.
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