Calling All Maltese Entrepreneurs: This Local Event Could Be Your Big Break
Here's your chance to find an investor and €500,000
A huge international challenge for entrepreneurs and startups will be launched from Malta this Tuesday, April 4th.
Hosted at the Malta Stock Exchange, the event will also be the perfect place for startups and entrepreneurs to meet big businesses looking to invest in cool innovations and clever ideas.
Calling itself the Build A Country Challenge, the international call will be looking for entrepreneurs to come up with a creative blueprint of Digital Identity Management for the overall design of society.
Also, did we mention that the challenge winner will be walking away with a €500,000 investment?
The local event (and the international challenge) are being organised by Ariadne Capital, who believe in combining the strength and capital of big business with the innovation and creative thinking of startups.
This challenge comes a year after Ariadne Capital gave a €115,000 prize during a similar challenge for innovative ideas for Smart Homes.
This Tuesday's event is open to anyone who is working in Digital Identity Management, and is looking for an opportunity to network with all the important local actors in this field.
Entrepreneurs and startups usually travel overseas to find similar opportunities to meet investors and idea generators with a similar drive, so the chance to attend such an influential event is not to be missed.
Participants of the roundtable discussion will include the media, government officials and entrepreneurs. People from the digital, financial services and gaming industries will also be there to contribute to the discussions.
Speakers at the event will include Dr Kablan an expert in Computational Finance and Big Data Analytics, Nik Willetts, the deputy CEO for TM Forum, Amit Pau, the managing director of Ariadne Capital, Nathan Kinch, Head of Experience and Labs at Meeco, and a top executive from YOTI, a UK-based technology company.
Places are limited and registration is free; so make sure you reserve your place by clicking this link.