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Slush 2018 – Pavillon France: Gain International exposure for your startup

If you are you a French startup in the post-launch phase and have a strong potential for international expansion, Slush 2018, one of the world’s largest startup events, is the place to be this December. Being held in Helsinki, Finland, on December 4 and 5, Slush 2018 will enable you to increase the visibility of your startup, benefit from tailor-made coaching for an effective pitch, and get the best advice to prepare for the event, among other things.

The event is expected to be attended by around 20,000 people, 2,600 startups, 1,600 investors and around 650 journalists from 52 countries.

Ten startups will be selected by a jury of entrepreneurs, influencers, funders and media representatives and given access to the customized Slush program.

Participants can benefit from access to conferences, workshops, roundtables, networking events and investors and media with the Slush Matchmaking Tool. They will also get access to French Tech side event(s).

The last date to register is August 18. Click here to apply. Slush is a student-driven, non-profit movement originally founded to change attitudes toward entrepreneurship. For more details about the event, visit https://events-export.businessfrance.fr/slush2018/.

Pavillon France-Slush 2018

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