Published: 2018-11-01 13:49:31
Blockchain conferences have become an important part of the blockchain ecosystem to accelerate the pace of its growth. Such conferences allow dozens of individuals, from newcomers in the industry to thought leaders and blockchain enthusiasts, to catch up with the latest trends on the technology while capitalizing on the growth aspects such platforms offer.
A conference with some of the most exciting opportunities to spread awareness on the blockchain technology, discuss the future of internet money, and leverage networking with the industry leaders is kickstarting the Singapore Blockchain Week. The United Conference of Internet Money (UCIM), a spectacular conference will be held at Singapore on 26th and 27th November for all the exemplary industry leaders and visionaries to engage, explore, and envision the future.
UCIM Global Conference – What’s in Store?
UCIM will welcome who’s who of the crypto world, visionaries, startup owners, media members, influencers, investors, and blockchain enthusiasts. Attracting individuals from across the globe this conference is hosting over 800 delegates through various sub-events spanned over two days.
UCIM provides one of the most interesting platforms for all the entrepreneurs who wish to launch their own blockchain-based venture and have in place an out-of-the-box pitch. UCIM is glad to introduce Pitch-a-thon. With a live pitch session to a panel of investors on stage, the entrants will compete to secure investment and win prizes worth $50,000 for the best seven-minute pitch.
Why Pitch at UCIM?
If you have spent countless hours in front of the laptop to send emails and do a number of video calls to pitch your idea to your prospective investor, you know how it feels if it’s not reciprocated back. UCIM provides you with a once in a lifetime chance to impress a panel of active blockchain investors and a live audience for your budding startup. The duration of the pitch would be 7 minutes. The winner would be decided with a fair judging system where the scores from the jury and the votes from the audience would be combined. The entrants will have an unbiased chance to present their best to impress the jury and the audience.
- Direct Contact with the Potential Investors
Pitching to the investors through emails and calls increases the chances of an unanswered or unattended pitch. Additionally, no form of digital communication can replace the traditional in-person approach. UCIM provides you with a chance to meet and discuss personally with investors and get positively acknowledged for the same. Investors looking to invest in the same sector as yours can be an added benefit.
Deliver, discuss, and decide what works best for your pitch to stand out from competitors. While discussing with like-minded individuals you will get to understand the nuances of blockchain and its possible applications in every sector leading to new ideas and plans. A win-win situation!
Ask for opinions from your prospective investors and get to learn the tips and tricks from the masters themselves. An honest feedback would assure you of the possibilities the future holds.
You can listen to the pitching sessions live and discuss your take on them. Pitching sessions from peers can help give you a deep insight into how different sectors put forward their innovative blockchain-based ideas and land themselves a contract with the investors.
Apart from Pitch-a-thon, UCIM also comprises of Golden Block Awards, Hack X, UCIM Trading Challenge, United Blockathon amongst several others to further catalyze the spirit of decentralization. Participants will also get a chance to be recognized around the world as UCIM has a dedicated press meet with several prominent media members, bloggers, and influencers. Fulfil the dream of your startup by registering for the big break of $50,000 through Pitch-a-thon.
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