Thank you for your interest in 'Present Your Startup' to be held by TiE Tampa Bay with its partners, of March 31st, 2017. A representative may contact you by March 20th, 2017 for more details before making a determination.
Even if you do not get selected for TiEcon Florida 2017's 'Present Your Startup', do consider attending, because it is never too late to start building relationships with other entrepreneurial members, speakers, and angel investors mingling in the gathering. Membership has several advantages including year-long networking and inspirational events.
The event is free for members of TiE Tampa Bay and for the startups who are selected to pitch at the Shuffle. Visit http://tampa.tie.org/members/join-tie/ to learn about membership. To register for the event as a non-member of TiE Tampa Bay and to stay for the entire evening including dinner and networking, register at http://tampa.tie.org/cevents/.
'Present Your Startup' at TiEcon Florida is a prestigious forum during the TiEcon Florida Annual Conference, that offers 10 startups with a platform for their brand to gain visibility to TiE's extensive global network.
The top three startups as determined by our distinguished panel of judges, will (a) further enjoy an opportunity to pitch for funding at a subsequent TiE Tampa Angel Forum (b) enjoy a mention in a special TiEconFL 2018 post-event press release, and (c) enjoy an opportunity to have their elevator pitch shared with TiE Angels Alliance, an alliance of 3,000+ Charter Members / Investors in 60+ TiE chapters in 17 countries (http://tie.org/tie-global-angels/)
Submission of this form is not a guarantee to be invited to Present Your Startup at TiEcon Florida 2018. Submissions go through a review process by Charter Members who are angel investors. You may be contacted for further clarification during pre-screening. This pre-screening form has been designed for TiEconFL in consultation with Charter Members and TiE Tampa Angels, who further recommend reading http://www.ycombinator.com/howtoapply/ for tips on how to differentiate oneself.