pitch battle

@ CODE University Berlin

the battle for young startups

The Pitch Battle is a new part of unicon introduced for the first time this year. Young start-ups or well developed projects can pitch their idea in front of known early-stage investors as a jury and all our participants as an audience. This is for everybody who seeks an exciting opportunity to get their idea out in the world and form useful connections to investors and other industry experts.

the jury

Lukas Zörner

CPO, Penta + Angel Investor

Nina Zavrieva

COO @ CODE

Johannes Schaback

CTO @ SumUp + Angel Investor

the winners

In 2022 we had the first edition of our Pitch Battle. We had the pleasure to have five unique pitches. Our jury was only allowed to crown one winner. In the end, it was Traide's pitch that won. Congratulations to Traide for being the first-ever winner of the Unicon Pitch Battle. They are a Berlin-based Start-Up that pursues the vision of borderless international trade processes all over the world. To achieve that, they rely on a technology-driven approach and develop AI-based cloud solutions that focus on the cooperation between people and technology.

To learn more about them, just check out their Website.

FAQ

When will the Pitch Battle happen?

The Pitch Battle will start at 5pm on Friday 25th March and will most likely take two hours.

How does the Pitch Battle Work?

We offer 5 Start-Up’s / Projects the opportunity to pitch 10min. in front of our jury and all our participants, after they pitched their idea the jury can ask them for 5min questions. As soon as every team pitched the jury will discuss their winning team which will be announced after a short break and the winning team receive a huge price!

Do I need to buy a ticket?

You don’t need to buy a ticket to join the Pitch Battle and are very welcomed to stick around at our event and mingle - maybe you’ll find new team members!

How can I apply?

To apply use this google form here - be aware that you need to submit a pitch deck as base for our decision in the application process.

Any regulations?

Yes - Start-Ups or Projects are not allowed to be in a further funding round than pre-seed in order to ensure that teams are fair to compete.