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Startup Shakeup Pitch Fest Celebration, Benalla

Our regional startups and entrepreneurs will be in the running for $10,000 in prizes

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Post date: 22nd July 2019

The Startup Shakeup Pitch Fest and Celebration is just 10 days away

We have four incredible judges coming along to share their knowledge;

  • Jordan Green – Founder and President of Melbourne Angels
  • Peter Dostis – CEO of Runway
  • Larissa Bamberry – Senior Lecturer in Marketing and Business for Charles Sturt University, Albury/Wodonga
  • Briar Hanley – Findex

Our regional startups and entrepreneurs will be in the running for $10,000 in prizes including $3,000 in cash from Findex plus $3,000 towards services, $1,000 in PR Services from Fishbowl PR, and $3,000 in mentoring from Peter Dostis.

We also have a “People’s Choice” award for mentoring valued at $2,000 with Mark Copper plus a Google Home from Telstra.

And just for coming along audience members could also win a Google Home from Telstra!

What can you do to make this fabulous event even better?? Make sure you have registered your attendance using eventbrite.

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