RiverPitch Live event series took place for the first time in Sydney on 27th June at the Sydney Startup Hub.
After a successful RiverPitch series in Brisbane powered by River City Labs and followed by a television series, RiverPitch Live Sydney welcomed a guest list of investors, startup industry professionals and the tech startup community.
Ten teams were selected to pitch on the night to an audience of over 100 including screened investors.
“It was our first time presenting RiverPitch Live in Sydney, we had high expectations of the Sydney market. The goal was to deliver the same value as our previous Brisbane RiverPitch events for startups and investors and to provide a strategic and direct approach to capital raising” said ACS Labs CEO Peta Ellis.
Ellis says “It was great to see the Sydney community of startups and investors come out to support us in our first official event powered by Harbour City Labs. We look forward to delivering RiverPitch events in Sydney as our commitment to facilitate greater levels of investment in Australian Startups”.
Teams presenting on the night included Robert Bate a farmer from Emerald and Founder of Swarm Farm. Bate impressed the audience with his Robotics technology farming machinery designed to create a new farming system using lightweight, autonomous robots.
their award-winning AI-powered Saas that allows organisations to reduce costs,
time, workforce turnover and environmental impacts while simplifying their
operations not complicating them.
Founder of Power Ledger Dr Gemma Green pitched their technology in helping transacting energy, trade investment commodities and invest in renewables.
The evening concluded with networking and teams showcasing their products and services.
RiverPitch Live Sydney 10 Final Teams: