From Princeton Innovation Center BioLabs:
Take the chance to support entrepreneurs, meet early-stage startups, or get inspired by the judges’ feedback. Participants will have five minutes to pitch and two minutes to answer questions from the judges. This year’s competition will host startups from many different industries from food tech to health tech to green tech. The prize is a heavily subsidized booth at StartupGrind Global 2020.
E. Patrice Perkins, chapter director, Startup Grind Albany
Stephen C. Snyder, executive-in-residence, Princeton University
Karin Wolok, community curator and entrepreneur
Sheri Kurdakul, founder and CEO, VictimsVoice
Join us to watch the pitch competition.The event is free, but seating is limited. Application submissions are no longer being accepted.