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Thu, 11 Jun, 2015 01:23:18 AM
10k grand prize for winning pitch
FTimes Report, June 11
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The third Midnight Pitch Fest, a two-day event, begins at the Oulu City Theatre on Thursday.
Midnight Pitch Fest (MPF) is a pitching and the world’s northern most start-up event, which focuses on bringing together start-up companies and investors. 
In the event this year Thursday will focus on start-ups and Friday on innovation, 3D and gaming, the organisers said.
The fest offers the start-ups a great chance to get visibility, pitch their ideas in front of a wide range of investors and audience. They also get direct access to investors through matchmaking services available at the event. 
Respectively, investors are able to assess at one go a large number of companies and business ideas. And of course, all attendees get a good opportunity to network with similar-minded people who have great business ideas, a ‘can-do’ attitude and guts to follow it through.
The pitching start-up companies are currently lining up and are expected to represent many business domains. This year the event is especially looking for start-ups that are in early stages of their progress and show promises. Thus, the selection process by the MPF committee will favour companies which have strong aspiration to grow with a scalable business model.
The organisers said a grand prize of 10,000 euro in cash will be given to the winning pitch this year.
Midnight Pitch Fest is proud to present PrintoCent InnoFest and 3D&Gaming Expo as part of the official content of the event. 
This time it will form the innovation stream of the event and is aimed at boosting business around printed intelligence and showcasing a wide range of innovation in areas like 3D, health, ICT, and gaming.
In addition, the 3D&Gaming Expo will present the most modern and biggest portable 3DCave. The expo showcases the most interesting 3D&Gaming companies and innovations from the area. 
The fest will remain open for all.
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