Participate in the Entrepreneurship Workshop and Award 2019 at ERF

Are you an European early stage robotic start-up? Then now is your chance to gain traction to your product. Compete in and potentially win the most prestigious robotic entrepreneurship award in Europe: The euRobotics Entrepreneurship Award.

All entrepreneurs and potential entrepreneurs in the robotics field are invited to join the competition for the Award.

The euRobotics Entrepreneurship Award is given out each year at the European Robotics Forum (ERF) to the most promising robotic start up as judged by a jury of robotic entrepreneurship pioneers and experts.

Entrants to the competition stand the chance to gain valuable skills in how to pitch an investment idea together with the potential to gain interest in their company from the robotics and investment community. The 2019 edition of the Entrepreneurship Award will take place on 20-21 March, at the European Robotics Forum 2019, in Bucharest, Romania.

Benefits from participation
10 selected participants will have their flight and accommodation (up to € 500) and ERF attendance fees paid for one person and will furthermore receive feedback on their pitch and project from the screening committee and an offer of a further 3 * 1 hour of counselling from European level robotic entrepreneurship experts.

Three participants will be selected as Finalists and pitch in the open Entrepreneurship Award workshop along with robotics entrepreneurship role models, and will receive a Finalist diploma, an ERF banquet fee paid for one person and recognition on stage during the ERF banquet.

The Entrepreneurship winner will additionally receive extensive coverage on ERF social media and recognition in ERF public promotion materials and in an press release and an ERF Entrepreneurship Award winner diploma and announcement on stage at the ERF banquet.

Interested participants must submit an application with the following format by 12:00 CET on 25 February 2019 to the following email address:

Learn and read more at euRobotics website.