Echelon 2013 looks for the next batch of Asia’s most promising startups
January 17, 2013 by Stephanie SUTANTO
Echelon 2012 was a huge success, having featured some of Asia’s most well-known startups including winner Builk, South Korean App Between, and mobile customer loyalty app Perx. This year, Echelon 2013 will be happening on 17 and 18 June, and is currently on a brand new hunt for the next batch of startups that could possibly take Asia by storm. As long as your startup is incorporated in an Asian country, and your product has not been featured in any of the earlier Echelons, you are definitely most welcome to apply.
Startups interested in being part of this event must first fill up an online application. Successful applicants will then have the opportunity to not only feature their startups and pitch at the Satellites and at the Startup Marketplace, but also get to enjoy valuable access to experienced investors for funding and partnership opportunities. The last stage of this event will see the final top 10 startups pitch for the Echelon 2013 Startup Award.
Important update: Due to an overwhelming response from startups all over Southeast Asia, e27 has decided to extend the call for startups for a chance to pitch at Echelon 2013 Satellites and the Echelon 2013 conference that will be happening on 17 – 18 June 2013 to 28th February, 2013.
Register your startup here by 28th February, 2013.
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About The Author
Stephanie SUTANTO - Resident Contributing Writer
Stephanie is currently pursuing her undergraduate studies in the University of California, Los Angeles. She hopes to learn more about startups both in Los Angeles and in Southeast Asia, possibly starting one of her own in future. And yes, she prefers sashimi to chocolates and flowers any day. You can find her on LinkedIn and Twitter.Read other posts by Stephanie SUTANTO