Commission has recently announced the launch of this year’s Tech All Stars
competition and is looking forward to applications of the best startups across Europe to take part in this reputable event.
What is Tech All
Tech All Stars connects twelve of the best startups from incubators, accelerators and web camp competitions across Europe with top EU funding sources, successful entrepreneurs and networking opportunities. The program is chartered by the European Commission Information Society and Media as one pillar of the Startup Europe initiative to foster and contribute to entrepreneurship in the EU. More info here.
See what happened last year: Teaser
London, June 10-11: Tech All Stars Battle
Over two days, 12 finalists get to know London's vibrant startup scene, connect, learn and get inspired by successful entrepreneurs. Finalists will be trained and challenged in an eliminatory pitch battle and a distinguished selection panel will chose the top three.
London, June 12: Tech All Stars & Founders Forum
Top three finalists pitch their startup to a world-class audience of tech leaders and investors. Founders Forum draws top entrepreneurs like Reid Hoffmann and Richard Branson. The best European startup will be elected, and the winner will be announced by Neelie Kroes.
Italy, early July: Tech All Stars & Digital Agenda
The Grand Tech All Stars Winner will be panellist at the European Commission's Digital Agenda Assembly again rubbing shoulders with the movers and shakers of the tech world.
Last year’s winner of the Tech All Stars Competition Trustev received over 10.000 Twitter mentions, over 200 incoming e-mails with regards to investment and/or partnerships, 200.000 visitors to trustev.com website in the first week and coverage on over 50 tech startup sites incl. Techcrunch and The Next Web. Just days after Tech All Stars, Trustev was able to close their seed round. They grew from 4 to 25 employees and will be opening their office nº 3 in New York this year.
#techallstars 2014: more startups, more exposure, more connections
close May 21st 2014. To be eligible to apply, startups must be registered in Europe, younger than 3
years and have less than 1 Mio. € in external funding.