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ACE Creative Bootcamp & Policy Debate at CBC 2016

From 20 Nov 2016 to 21 Nov 2016
Location: Copenhagen , Denmark

For the second year, the ACE Creative project and the Creative Business Cup (CBC) invite entrepreneurs mixing ICT & Creativity to join them at the CBC - Registrations open HERE!

This year the ACE Creative Bootcamp & Policy Debate at the CBC will also be this project's final event. Attend this international event and learn about investment readiness and pitching from the ACE Creative expert coaches and partners; participate in the policy debate on the future of tech startups in the creative industries and network at the CBC Marketplace. You will also get a chance to watch the pitches of the 15 finalists and find out who will be the ACE Creative winner for 2016. 

Each year, the top 15 companies selected from the ACE Creative competition win the opportunity to pitch to an audience of international investors at the Creative Business Cup finals in Copenhagen.

View the full programme hereSummary of the programme: 

  • An international bootcamp for creative and digital startups with investment readiness and pitching workshop by the ACE Creative partners;
  • A Policy Debate on "Scaling up Tech Startups in the Creative Industries: opportunities and challenges" moderated by Rasmus Wiinstedt Tscherning and with showcase of project success stories;
  • Picthes from the selected 15 finalists with 5 companies chosen for a final round;
  • ACE Creative companies showcase at the CBC Marketplace;
  • Award ceremony.

Contact: or Margaret MulliganMore information about ACE Creative at

*More information on the companies pitching will be available soon.*

See what happened at last year's CBC here. 

About ACE Creative:

Funded by the EU's Horizon 2020 programme, ACE Creative set out in 2015 to find the top 100 new and emerging creative companies in the EU and accelerate their growth and development.

Since then, 100 SMEs (50 per year) were selected through a competitive process, and have sicne then been benefiting from their very own customised support programmes delivered by several EBN Members within the ACE Creative consortium. This international team has helped these startups identify clients, investors and contacts that could help begin the process of international growth.

Associated project: ACE Creative
Published on 18-10-2016 00:00 by Cláudia Silva. 3289 page views

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