Gov't Funded Startups team with Investors, Public Sector Stakeholders, and Industry Partners
Deep-Tech Showcase is a members-only community that brings the key players in the Deep-Tech ecosystem together. Anchoring the Showcase are monthly gatherings, ongoing matchmaking, pitch events, and focus groups where pioneer & dual-use technology companies connect with representatives from government and smart cities , corporate tech scouts, and investors.
Upcoming Showcase Event
Thursday, June 17th, 2021, 1pm EST
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Why Join the Deep-Tech Showcase?
Deep-Tech startups join the Showcase community in order to gain exposure, develop relationships, and fine tune their pitch. The companies in the Showcase are looking to connect to government, major corporations, and/or investors in order to open doors and make impactful business gains.
Investors join the Showcase community in order to create a deal flow of both innovative and stable startups from the U.S. and abroad. All member companies have won government funding and are developing deep-tech with dual-use application, which means the product offerings are relevant in both the public and private sectors. Typically companies in the Showcase are looking to raise Seed to Series B funding.
Major corporations join the Showcase community in order to discover new technologies being developed by innovative startups from the U.S. and abroad. These startups may add to your organization with technology to enhance commercial offerings, to act as subs on prime contracts, potential service/tech providers, or relevant for M&As.
Federal, city, and state representatives join the Showcase in order to have a pulse on the deep-tech eco-system from the U.S. and internationally. The companies in the Showcase community have the ability to solve your challenges, improve the quality of life and safety of your region, and make a positive impact using emergent technology.
The community curated by Deep-Tech Showcase allows government funded companies to connect with relevant investors, corporate decision-makers, and public sector partners. The intended outcome of these relationships are future investments, collaborations, mergers and acquisitions, as well as MoUs and pilot contracts.
A startup or small business is eligible to participate in the Showcase if the company has received government funding from the DoD, NASA, DHS, EU, city and state grants, or other national or international public funds. Companies, investors, corporate scouters, and U.S. government stakeholders will be able to connect based on mutual interests. Participating companies will present at events and connect monthly with stakeholders interested in forging collaborations.
Deep-Tech Showcase is a privately held firm based in Israel and is a sister company to Eagle Point Funding.