Campfire Spark: Industry Pitch Night

// WHAT

Campfire Collaborative Spaces today announced a series of pitch nights called, “Campfire Spark”. Campfire believes that entrepreneurs draw the most inspiration from their peers so to further encourage industry-focused collaborations, it will kick-off 4 monthly pitch nights starting with “Tech”, followed by “Fashion”, “Media”, and “Design & Architecture”.

 

Each event will see 6 finalists present their business to win up US$10,000 in cash and office space to take their ideas to the next level. The format of these pitch night: 3-minutes to pitch & 3-minutes Q&A. One winner and two runners up will be announced on the day. Each Campfire Spark event will be followed by a networking session with light refreshments provided.

 

// WHO

For the upcoming “Tech” pitch night, the finalists will be evaluated by a distinguished panel of judges: Dennis Plomp, Principal of Nest VC; Nicole Denholder, founder and CEO of NextChapter, and Tamim Batcha, Head of Community at Campfire Collaborative Spaces.

 

// WHEN
“Tech”

Thursday, September 14, 2017
6:30 p.m. doors open
7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. (Pitch Night)
8:00 p.m. – 9:00pm (Networking)

 

// WHERE

Campfire Collaborative Space

4/F Cheung Hing Industrial Building

12P Smithfield Road, Kennedy Town

 

MTR Kennedy Town Exit A

Make a U-turn up the hill on Smithfield

First building entrance on the left (opposite to Wellcome)

 

// HOW

Applicants to submit their interest via this application form: http://bit.ly/2hYqtjW

Attendees to register for free tickets via Facebook Event:

https://www.facebook.com/events/116874682303112/?ref=br_rs

 

ABOUT CAMPFIRE COLLABORATIVE SPACES

Campfire Collaborative Spaces is Asia’s fastest growing network of shared spaces. By end 2017, Campfire will have 10 industry-focused co-working, 1 co-living, and 1 co-learning sites in 3 countries. With real estate at a premium in most major cities, Campfire provides reliable and flexible sites to maximise utilisation. Currently operating 2 industry focused workspaces in Hong Kong (Kennedy Town – Tech and Wong Chuk Hang – Fashion), that has been designed to provide every tool and service possible for members to grow.

Campfire was conceptualized as a place where like-minded entrepreneurs can gather to share their experiences and work together. Campfire encourages its members to connect, create, and collaborate through industry-specific facilities, relevant events, and vibrant communities.

 

For more information, please visit http://www.campfire.work/

 

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