Start-up’s pitch competition at London Cass Business School

Cass Business School through Entrepreneurs Network organised an event for the fifth time in a row, in order to offer the opportunity to the former students of the university to present their entrepreneurship projects. One of the most important objectives of this annual event is to provide possible future connections to the new companies that are being formed.

On the one hand, and after an arduous selection process, new Start-up’s such as Tryatec, Triptalk, HelloUni, Student Circus, Oystext, Tackta and Paylinko were chosen to give voice to their companies in a clearly beneficial social framework.
On the other hand, a panel of investors and judges from TechStars, Wayra and Seedcamp, analyzed each Start-up with a detailed questions round to clarify some of the ideas that had been left loose after just 5 minutes pitch of the company’s presentation.

Tackta (audio platform designed to discover Podcast content around a particular topic), Student Circus (platform that facilitates the applications of international students to universities) and Tryatec (a market for renting and lending gadgets) were the winning Start-up’s after of a consensual analysis by the invited specialists.

However, Oystext remained an interesting and dense project that would change the way of conceiving international relations, with a clear idea of the connection between societies for common or private goods. Namely, the accuracy of messages sent by different languages, the struggle to reduce the linguistic barrier between societies and offer communication in the worldwide marketing of products internationally are the highlights that Oystext wants to raise awareness about his project.

At the end of the event, the participants of the Startup’s, specialists and guests had the opportunity to exchange opinions, points of view and expand their knowledge of the business and the technology world. Here is where stop thinking is never an option and stop trying it is not in the plans of these brave people who never stop dreaming that, one day, their adventure will see the light with which they created by their eyes.

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