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
AnalysisMode is a collaborative game to find vaccine formulas. Our AI reduce the vaccine discovery time from 14 months to 5 weeks
Animatico creates the next-generation user interface by combining stylized characters with artificial intelligence and voice control, creating a seamless way of interacting with digital devices.
CLEMAP applies machine learning to Smart Meter data, reducing the need for human intervention, saving costs and opening new potentials from data as a source of value, for energy and metring providers.
HYLL is your digital companion for sports on the mountain.
democratizing virtual and mixed reality content creation
NALA empowers the 1.6 billion people worldwide with chronic skin conditions to live a healthier & happier life. NALA does this by offering an AI-based, hardware-supported digital therapeutic that increases therapy efficacy 4x and reduces the time and costs to find the personal therapy by 10x.
Tinamu Labs offers an environment-independent, drone-based, end-to-end data acquisition platform. With this, we enable the creation of novel and more consistent data records while costs are significantly reduced.
Monitor, Analyse and Act. Near real-time data for Climate Change Adaptation and Decision Making from Space.
16:30 – Angel Training Session (Investors Only)
17:15 – 90sec. Startup Pitching Session
18:00 – 8min. Startup Pitching Session
19:15 – Event ends
Agenda subject to change. Please check back for updates.
SICTIC Angel Training
Thierry Obrist on «Tax issues for investors in start-up companies»
Professor of tax law and Partner chez LE/AX Avocats
Thierry Obrist is a partner with the law firm LE/AX Avocats and a professor of tax law at the University of Neuchâtel. He frequently advises investors and start-up companies in financing rounds and negotiations with federal or cantonal tax authorities. Among other he has a broad experience with employee’s stock options plans, bridge financings, financial restructurings, and merger and acquisitions. He is also consulted regarding issues related to ICO and private tokens sales.
Startups: The application window for this event closes on April 9th, 2020. If you applied and will be accepted to pitch, you will get two free tickets to attend.
We encourage startups that fulfill 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.
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.
Members of the SICTIC Investor Community 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 all SICTIC Investor Days for free and get access to our online deal platform on the web and your mobile phone.
Limited seating. No entry without a valid ticket. No ticket sale at the event.