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Exhibit for Free at Apps World Europe This November!
by Startacus Admin
Apps World Europe are offering App themed startups the chance to exhibit for free this November...
The chance as a startup to exhibit for free at a show that attracts more than 12,000 visitors and has speakers that include the likes of Tech City’s Gerard Grech and 22Cans’ Peter Molyneux who could potentially drop by your stand surely has to be a dream come true. Doesn't it?
Well actually it's not! Dream no longer. Apps World Europe, a two day show that focuses on the apps and mobile ecosystem and is held 12-13 November at London’s ExCel, is offering just that. We know how hard it can be to get visibility as a startup – encouraging new businesses and entrepreneurs is after all at the heart of what we do here at Startacus and so we felt we had to share this opportunity with you, especially since exhibiting at these sorts of shows normally runs into thousands of pounds.
The startup villages were initially launched at Apps World Europe last year as part of their commitment to supporting startups. The concept proved so successful it has since rolled out to all of the Apps World shows both in Europe and the US. The startup villages are built as standalone branded areas of the show where eligible startups can promote their work to high profile industry speakers, press, fellow developers, potential investors and other Apps World visitors – all of whom will have the opportunity to find out what you do during the two day show. There’s even a dedicated indie gamer startup village, where startups can showcase their latest offerings to the gaming world.
We reckon the startup zones are a fab way to build your profile as a business, potentially gain investment and share ideas and make new contacts. In 2013 around 50 startups exhibited at the show. This year, Apps World Europe is supporting startups more than ever with space for more than 100 start-ups in their new home at the ExCeL, London.
To qualify you must be a new startup app and be less than a year old. Once you’ve applied you will hear back from the organisers of Apps World Europe who will let you know if you've been successful. Then all you need to do is send in your logo, biography and get to work deciding how best to promote your business at the show.
Spaces are filling fast so be quick. Applications are made online by clicking here and you can choose the start-up zone that best suits your business. Last but not least, there’s also the opportunity to attend the conference itself - with six of the thirteen conference tracks free to attend. Here at Startacus, we therefore would suggest that you register for the show’s free passes too and perhaps bring a colleague or two if appropriate.
Find out more by visiting the Startup Village pageto apply for a place in the startup village and book your free passes for the six free content tracks at the conference by visiting Here
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