11th October 2017
Nine promising teams of Smart-up Lab students presented their innovative ideas to 12 investors
In a meeting that took place at the Medical University of Lodz, within the Smart-Up Lab (Campus) project, nine promising teams of Smart-up Lab students had the opportunity to present their innovative ideas to 12 investors.
The results of SMART-UP LAB students work were also introduced to the market.
It was a great occasion for all 24 start-ups involved to network and benchmark ideas with each other. Smart-up Lab students in a 3-minute pitch presentation implemented their ideas and identified further needs for their development.
Investors during H&Q panel validated their ideas and assessed the potential of presented products/services. There were some difficult questions, constructive advices but also cooperation offers.
Teams also fought for cash prizes for further innovation development (€9 000).
- MediF Group
- Ragnarök LAB
Each of them received a cash price of €3 000.
It was a special evening and an incredible opportunity for young innovators to meet and network with industrial partners.
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