The SICTIC Investor Day is a match making event where tech startups pitch to find experienced investors and supporters. The event language is English. Questions from the audience are also taken in French and German (and translated if necessary).
Startups on stage
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Giving everyone a voice.
MPower is a tech4impact start-up that creates a b2b platform to finance & deploy affordable clean energy to households & SMEs. We leverage our software and data platform to access end user data, create credit profiles and reduce default risks to a minimum.
Okomo is the most seamless and personal way of interacting with online customers and prospects.
People-Analytix provides a SaaS platform using latest technologies which enables large organizations to create an inventory of skills and capabilities of its employees in order to understand skill gaps and to develop the workforce along the strategy.
The Pop-up Retail Ecosystem. Think AirBnB of Retail.
The Data Management Platform for Digital Transformation
TieTalent is making it easy for companies to source and hire tech professionals they need to grow their business.
15:45 – Registration
16:15 – Angel Training Session (Investors Only)
16:45 – Registration (General Admission)
17:15 – 90sec. Startup Pitching Session
17:40 – Investor Voting Break
18:00 – 8min. Startup Pitching Session
19:10 – Networking Apéro
20:30 – Event ends
SICTIC Angel Training
Dr. Nanja Strecker on "Space - the next big thing to invest in."
Managing Director of ESA BIC Switzerland
Nanja is an innovation expert by training and professional experience: she graduated from
the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) as an industrial engineer and earned her
doctorate in Innovation Management in Graz. From 1998-2007, Nanja was a senior project
manager at Monitor, a strategic consulting firm founded by Michael Porter, from Harvard
University. For Monitor she worked primarily on innovation related topics, in various
industries and in 13 countries around the world. She subsequently took up a position as
head of the ‘Innovation Cells’ innovation unit at Constellium (formerly Alcan and Alusuisse),
a manufacturer of semi-finished aluminium products. In 2015 she took over as project
manager for the Innovation Park Zurich at ETH Zurich and is Managing Director of ESA BIC
Switzerland since 2016.
Since 2012 Nanja is also teaching “Corporate Strategy” at Master’s level at EPFL.
Startups: If you want to pitch, please submit your project here. If accepted to pitch, you will get two free tickets to attend. We encourage startups that fulfil our investment criteria to submit their business case. We offer this service and the pitching at one of our events free of charge to startups. For each SICTIC Investor Day, a jury will select the eight most promising startups for pitching at the event.
Important: In case you don’t express your interest to pitch at an event in your application form, we will assume you would rather just to want share your business case with SICTIC members and investors and will not include your project in the selection process.
This event is intended primarily for angel investors (also novices). Family offices, fund managers and venture capitalists that want to invest in Swiss Startups are also welcome to attend.
SICTIC Investors and invited guests please use your promotion code to get your free ticket.
Investors: You can read the startup business cases before the event by joining our SICTIC Investor Community. You can then attend SICTIC Investor Days for free and get access to our online deal platform.
Limited seating. No entry without a valid ticket. No ticket sale at the event.