AID:Tech has been selected to attend [email protected] Boot Camp on Friday 14th October, 2016.
AID:Tech brings transparency & efficiency to the distribution of funds and social services by governments and NGOs.
The Duke of York founded [email protected] in 2014 to support entrepreneurs with the amplification and acceleration of their business ideas by connecting them with potential supporters including CEOs, Angels, Mentors and key business partners.
What happens at Boot Camp?
42 Entrepreneurs have been selected to attend Boot Camp. Participants will hear from industry experts and [email protected] Alumni, and receive support and mentoring. A Panel of judges will select up to 15 Entrepreneurs to Pitch at [email protected] 6.0 at St. James’s Palace on 2nd November, 2016.
AID:Tech will have the opportunity to undertake a 3 minute Pitch to an audience of CEOs, Angels, Mentors and key business partners.
AID:Tech CEO Joseph Thompson said “We are so pleased to be able to take part in [email protected] bootcamp. This will be a great opportunity to showcase our idea/product, which we hope will enable a wider audience to understand our vision of bringing transparency and efficiency to the distribution of funds and resources by governments & NGOs.
The Duke of York said:
“I am immensely proud of the achievements of the Entrepreneurs in the [email protected] programme, they have shone a light on the diversity and imagination across the country, clearly demonstrating that pursuing an idea or dream can be realised with knowledge and determination.”