On the 28th of November the City Hall of Copenhagen was packed with 150 investors ready to see the outcome of the 3-month program the 9 presenting startups had gone through. A 3-month journey filled with hard work, pivoting, workshops, mentoring and long working hours.
HRH Crown Princess Mary took part in the day and greeted all 9 CEOs before the pitching started.
Lars Buch, Managing Director of Startupbootcamp Mobility, kicked of the show with the word, “Our job is to find the right fish in the sea, and I believe we have succeeded”, which pumped up the teams, who were now ready to pitch. Ready to finish with a bang at Investor Demo Day to showcase their hard work and the progress they have made;
Projektor35 announced that they have already signed 5 German cinemas.
Kiggit The only Danish team on board announced that they, pre Investor Demo Day, had raised 100K.
Pergunter announced their newest function on the platform – an affiliate model, sending you to the right shopping destination if your question is regarding a product.
Wallept after having tested their app 6 months in several stores in London, they could announce that Wallept had resolved in 86 % customer retention.
Stopango presented that their app is already functioning in 65 countries and soon present the possebility to buy tickets through their app.
Funifi launched their first beta-programme on any data browser.
Dealcircle earlier known as Hiveoo, were not looking for funding as they had already closed their seed round.
You can see all the pitches and interviews from Investor Demo Day right here by JyskeBankTV, have a look at the pictures from the day and enjoy the feelings, thoughts and excitement during the day on the hashtag #sbcdemoday
Want to be part of Startupbootcamp Mobility next time? Application round for the 3rd Startupbootcamp Mobility program will open the 1st of April, so stay tuned right here!