TOP100 Pitching Competition, now recruiting startups who want to accelerate business across Southeast Asia
This year, Echelon TOP100, one of the biggest pitching competitions for tech company in Asia Pacific, will be held in May in Singapore.
Since 2011, TOP100 powered by Echelon Connect and organized by e27.co Singapore has evolved from a startup pitching competition to a regional startup program that provides startups with opportunities and features to elevate their business. Using the official saying, TOP100 pitching competition is able offer the chances for startups to show up in front of the right audience.
There have been many startups successfully accelerate their business the past TOP100 competitions, with over $120 million raised and over 600 investors involved, mainly from their participation in Echelon Asia Summit. Jee Shen Lee, the founder of Softinn Malaysia, says, “After winning TOP100, Softinn gained traction across ASEAN countries and the globally. We were approached by quality investors further spurring our growth. We’re now in Indonesia and Vietnam because of TOP100. “
According to J. Angelo Racoma, the Editor and Community Manager at e27, “the final champion of Top100 will receive attractive prizes and most importantly, exposure and funding for their business, which is the most crucial factor for emerging startups. We will do the work and help to connect you with potential investors in your field.”
Applications are now open. Startups looking to gain exposure, win prizes, and make connections can look to apply to the following TOP100 Fight Club opportunities at