On October 16 and 17, the next Harvest startup tournament
will take place (driven by GreenfieldProject), in which participants will do a two-day workload over their projects, which is usually done in months:
- will create prototypes
- think through the concept and business model
- prescribe a marketing and sales strategy
- will create and show the presentation of their project to investors.
of how Harvest went in February at Microsoft’s office.
- Bearers of Startup Ideas
- Developers and designers
- Marketers, PR-schikov, SEO-and SMM-schikov
- Legal and financial fraternity
- Experts in these areas to participate as experts
- Representatives of the investment community
who will work side by side with startups throughout the weekend will advise participants. And of course, the main result is that the authors of start-ups will have the opportunity to form teams of their projects and in a short time to check their future colleagues in the business.
The educational part of the tournament consists of reports by Dmitry Repin
(Skolkovo Business School) about Design thinking, Oleg Manchulyantsev
(pre-seed fund BEGINNING) on how to design business models, and Gleb Kaplun
, who will tell you how to make a bright presentation for investors.
Under an agreement with the Agency for the Development of Innovative Entrepreneurship, projects will be able to receive financing in the amount of from 250 thousand rubles to 2.5 million
under a simplified procedure. The organizers and the partner of the tournament, the BEGINNING pre-seed fund will help them with this.Participation in Harvest is free.
Registration is open until October 15th on the site
. The tournament is held under the auspices of the Business Incubator of the Academy of National Economy on the campus of the Academy of National Economy, Moscow, Vernadsky avenue, 82.
We continue our cooperation with the Center for Entrepreneurship at the University of Cambridge Business School, and the most interesting project following this and the next tournament will have the opportunity to go there to one of the educational programs. At the end of last season, a representative of the ePythia project traveled
to Cambridge - a personal planning service, similar to a mixture of Google Tasks and Google Maps services - the winner of the tournament.
The main prize of this event will be a grant to the best project for training under the Start in Garage program
(an educational project of RIS Ventures companies with the support of the ABRT Venture Fund, Microsoft Corporation and the US-Russia Entrepreneurship Center).
Details about the event, registration, map, program, information on how to prepare, as well as success stories of participants of past tournaments published here
Projects graduates of past tournaments:Register
All questions will be happy to answer in the comments.