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Description: The NanotechItaly http://goo.gl/CXwtMD), an exciting initiative for top European nanotech start-ups that are looking for funding. Submission deadline is 2nd of September 2013, but it only takes a few minutes and it’s free.

From the Lab to the Market is a unique coaching and fund-raising fast-track opportunity for nanotechnology entrepreneurs that will take place during the NanotechItaly2013 conference. The event From the Lab to the Market is dedicated to start-ups in the field of nanotechnology and aims at presenting new companies with business ideas in nanotechnology to a wide audience of experts, companies, investors and VCs in order to facilitate the matching of supply and demand of nanotechnology.

It is co organized by Intesa Sanpaolo Start-Up Initiative and the Nanoforce project. Best start-uppers will pitch in front of investors – venture capitals, business angels, development funds, etc.- and industry players – companies and corporations embracing the open innovation paradigm to boost their development potential.

New entrepreneurs, start-uppers, researchers and scientists with a business idea are invited to submit their proposals by filling in the online form here available http://goo.gl/Bk0nln

For further information, don't hesitate to contact me at cecilia.rossi@skipso.com
When: Wednesday 27 November, 2013 2:00 pm CET - Friday 29 November, 2013 11:00 pm CET
Where: Italy - Venice
Website: http://www.nanotechitaly.it/
Tags:
  1. funding
  2. Nanotechnogy
  3. start-ups

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