Girls in Tech Paris - European Lady Pitch Night 2014 Application

Girls in Tech Paris and Orange are pleased to host the 4th annual European Lady Pitch Night on September 23rd in Paris, France

All applying startups must:
-be headquartered in Europe (includes Israel)
-have at least 1 female co-founder
-be operational for a period of time between 6 and 36 months

5 finalists will be selected to come to Paris on September 23rd to pitch for a jury and over 200 participants.

All finalists will receive tickets to attend Europe's top tech conferences, including Dublin Web Summit, TechCrunch Disrupt, LeWeb, Europas and more.

The winner will receive:
-2 tickets to TechCrunch Disrupt London & Demo Space
-3 tickets to Dublin Web Summit & Demo Space
-3 tickets to The Europas & Demo Space
-2 tickets to LeWeb, Demo Space & will automatically qualify as a semi-finalist for the LeWeb startup competition :)

The 4 runners-up will receive:
-2 tickets to TechCrunch Disrupt London
-2 tickets to Dublin Web Summit
-1 ticket to LeWeb & a chance to pitch on the startup stage
-2 tickets to The Europas

Please note that none of the information you provide will be distributed or published without your consent.

APPLICATIONS HAVE BEEN EXTENDED and will close on July 23, 2014 and will be judged by a jury for presentation in English. All selected finalists will be interviewed on the phone in English before being invited to Paris.

More information is online at www.ladypitchnight.com

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