nexusPITCH 2018
The UofA NanoGroup is excited to be hosting Nexus Pitch during NanoNexus again this year!

NexusPITCH allows entrepreneurs to receive candid feedback from Technology Commercialization Partners (TCP) and the winner will receive $1,500, while only one runner-up team will receive $500. The focus of NexusPITCH is on opportunity that integrates a technology (Nano, medical, ITC, energy, forestry, green technologies, etc.) that can go to market within 5 years. TCP is looking for their next big concept - and it could be yours! TCP will be listening to your pitches throughout the evening, whether they’re back-of-the envelope or have a full prototype ready for roll-out.

Date : March 22, 2018 @ 6-9PM
Location: Shaw Conference Centre, Salons 11 & 12. Edmonton, Alberta
Fee to enter Pitch Competition: FREE (*Note: This does not include admission into the NanoNexus event)
Duration: 4 min pitch with 2 min questions
Group size: 1-4 students, max. 10 groups

Deadline to Apply: Monday, March 19, 2018

For competition details and judging information, please see

Email address *
Team Lead Contact Name & Email *
Team Members Names *
How many members are on your team? *
Describe your idea. *
Describe the market need and your solution to this problem. Define your product or service and give a brief timeline for your progression to market. (1000 characters max)
Describe your expertise or the team's expertise. *
Educational or industry background pertaining to the proposed project. (1000 characters max)
Describe your potential customer(s). *
The direct client is the person that will pay for you for your product or service. The indirect client could be the person that benefits indirectly from your product or service. It could be the same. (1000 characters max)
Are there any other things we should know? Do you have any questions at this time?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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