This year, for the first time, Tech It Forward is bringing the Startup World Cup to Israel!

Vietnamese startup Abivin takes home grand prize at Startup World Cup 2019 in San Francisco, California
  1. Apply online: startups can apply easily through our simple and quick form. (Here : https://www.swc-israel.com/)
  2. Be selected: upon completing your application, your form and presentation will be delegated directly to the screening committee. The committee, which will be composed of leading tech experts, will discuss, assess, interview and select the 10 most promising startups that will pitch in the Israeli competition.
  3. Pitch: the lucky 10 selected startups will compete virtually to win the chance to participate in the Grand Finale in San Francisco, May 2021!Before the Israeli Startup World Cup pitching night, the top 10 startups will enjoy professional guidance and one-on-one meetings with Israeli experts. The startups will meet legal consultants, financial advisors, and marketing strategists to ensure they are fully prepared with winning presentations!

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