Want A Shot at $100K? Submissions Are Open For The SaaStr & Ingram Micro Startup Pitch Competition!


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Need some extra cash flow to help your startup take it to the next level? Well, we’re here to help!

We’re excited today to announce the first ever SaaStr Startup Pitch Competition presented by Ingram Micro.  This new program invites Founders & CEOs to submit their startup for a shot at a $100K prize. The goal of this inaugural program is to uplift members of the SaaS community and help kick-start raising startups based on three categories: Best Strategy + Vision, Most Likely to Be a Unicorn, and Best Team.

Here’s how the Startup Pitch Competition works:

Phase 1, Submissions: Founders & CEOs attending SaaStr Europa are exclusively invited to submit their startup for consideration. It takes a few minutes and could lead to a big break for your business! *You must be a verified ticket holder to be considered. If you haven’t already, grab your ticket to SaaStr . Phase 2, Assesment: Ingram Micro and SaaStr will review and score startup submissions based product capabilities, growth rate, go-to-market positioning, customers, competitors, total addressable market, and partner eco-system strategy. Submissions will close May 17 and 5 finalists will be notified prior to SaaStr Europa. Phase 3, Live Pitch @ SaaStr Europa! The 5 finalists will live pitch their product in front of our expert panel of judges from SaaStr and Ingram Micro, and the Saastr Europa community on Wednesday, June 12th during SaaStr Europa! Be there are the finalists pitch their heart out for their shot at a piece of the $100K prize money. Submissions are now open! Huge thanks to our partners at Ingram Micro for sponsoring this program and initiative.  Grab your ticket to SaaStr Europa and apply now! 
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