IPL for Startups in India, Startup Cricket League is here
Startup Cricket League (SCL) is India’s first sporting event which is tailor made for startups to celebrate entrepreneurship and sportsmanship by taking a day off from their everyday problem solving trivium.
This year it is going to multiple cities to bring as many startups onto this sporting event. Below are the dates and cities it is being held.
Bangalore: 06 Aug 2016
Delhi: 20 Aug 2016
Jaipur: 03 Sep 2016
Hyderabad: 17 & 18 Sep 2016
Cricket is most popular and loved sport of the nation. This event focuses on bringing entrepreneurship and this loved sport together. Craziness when combined with the frenzy and energy of the startup ecosystem gave birth to Startup Cricket League, IPL for Startups in India.
The journey of a startup is all about the opportunities. SCL is a platform for Startups to pitch their ideas to the investors and mentors. It is also an expo for Startups to showcase their products to the hot shots of Startup Community and a bigger outreach for your product which it deserves. However, the most interesting highlight of the event is Startup Powerplay Match, which is a thrilling & nail biting cricket match between a team of Investors and founders of participating Startups.
Overall, Startup Cricket League is an innovative concept and brings a lot of new ideas to the table. It seems like a good platform for Startup Promotion and Marketing.
Some of the investment firms coming to the event are, Hyderabad Angels, Indian Angel Network, Accel Partners, Inventus, Kalaari Capital, Axilor Ventures, and more.
Read more about Startup Cricket League and book your tickets here: http://startupcricketleague.com
The league starts on 6th Aug starting from Bangalore and ends in Hyderabad on 17&18th September. If you’re a sport fan and an entrepreneur, this is your event platform to enjoy startup pitching.
There is also a cash prize of 1 Lakh rupees for the final winning Startup.
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