AR/VR Venture Capital Bootcamp – Funding Opportunity Worth $100,000 – $5 Million For AR/VR Startups

In Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality

After two successful Seasons of   Artificial Intelligence Venture Capital Bootcamp & Blockchain Venture Capital Bootcamp, EVC Ventures is all set for its Season 3 AR/VR Venture Capital Bootcamp on the 6th of October 2018.

Why VC Bootcamps?

The odds of getting access to Venture Capital funding for an early-stage startup is about 1 in 1000. So, it’s unsurprising that every year many startups approach Venture Capitalists to know the best way to raise capital and scale their companies. Keeping this in mind, EVC Ventures is creating a series of Bootcamps for Startups, where they can showcase their business ideas and get VC funding between $100,000 to $5 Million.

The idea behind the AR/VR VC Bootcamp initiative is to get startups working in the AR/VR technology domains for more than 12 months with a proof of concept (POC), to come and present their concept to a set of VCs/Experts, who could potentially be willing to look at these ventures for their respective portfolios or help them accelerate their journey.

Only Top 10 selected AR/VR startups will be invited to make a pitch at the Bootcamp.

Leading venture capitalists, industry leaders, and mentors will preside over the Venture Capital Bootcamp. This event is their endeavor towards creating a conducive ecosystem for the new economy and technology companies in India, enabling them to have better access to global markets, investors, and mentors.

AR/VR Startups can apply here:

Attendees Get Your Passes Here:

Registrations open until 25th September 2018


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