Student Start Up Competition

| March 12, 2019
Submitted by Chris Gaspic for Student Experience - Academic and Career and Professional Development

Student Start Up Competion

Set your calendar to busy on March 20 – it’s the official date for our annual Student Startup Competition! We want you to experience McMaster University’s biggest pitch night of 2019 where we’re giving away $100,000 to the best teams.

You’re invited to attend and be part of this incredible evening! Why should you come?

  • Celebrate the next generation of McMaster entrepreneurs
  • Get a peek at innovative technologies changing the future
  • Grow your network with Hamilton’s Entrepreneur Community
  • Vote for your favourite startup to win the Audience Choice Award
  • Win cool swag bags and awesome audience prizes

McMaster University plays a vital role in the success of past and present Forge clients and we want you to witness the upcoming talent. Not only will this event be an opportunity for you to share your expertise with our finalists, you’ll also meet successful Forge alumni, private investors, government funders, startup advisors, and members of McMaster’s innovation network.

A limited number of FREE tickets are available now – please register to secure your spot ASAP! You’re welcome to invite your colleagues and network to attend but remind them to get tickets before we sell-out.

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We look forward to seeing you there!


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