GamCrowd and Clarion Events are delighted to once again make the call for start-ups looking to make a mark in the online gambling space to enter the Pitch competition taking place during ICE Totally Gaming 2016.
Entrepreneurs are also invited to take a place in a day of curated presentations and discussions designed to give start-ups the very best advice about launching a business in the sector. Participants will also receive trade press exposure in the lead up to the event and in the post-Pitch ICE coverage as well as networking opportunities during the three days.
Start-ups interested in being a part of the show have until December 31 to apply.
Pitch ICE is now in its second successful year. It gives start-ups the platform to present their ideas and innovations to attendees from the global gambling industry direct from the stage.
Over the first two days of Pitch ICE, between 15-20 start-ups will get two 15-minutes slots to present their business while on the Thursday, the GamCrowd Studio workshop takes over with a series of talks and start-up advice from industry experts.
Chris North, founder and chief executive at GamCrowd, said: “The Pitch ICE show has evolved this year to and is more content-rich than ever. We are hoping not only to showcase the best new ideas but also to provide information and advice from a range of advisors with knowledge of how to get a business up-and-running in this sector.”
Pitch ICE is also the stepping stone to the LaunchPad events also run in conjunction with Clarion Events at its EiG and Gigse shows. Said North: “We’re hoping we can find the right start-ups and also push them further along the path to success with these follow-on shows.”