Measurably Daring start-up competition - judges and The Dots keynote revealed

By Dan Brain, Content & Marketing Director, MAD//Fest London8 November, 2018

15 risk-taking start-ups will be aiming to impress industry judges and secure a unique partnership opportunity with Fetch in MAD//Fest London’’s Measurably Daring pitch competition on 28-29 Nov.

What a panel it is! They’ll need to win over Benni Lickfett, Global Head of Emerging Technology, Diageo, Bruce Daisley, VP - Europe, Twitter, Patrick Affleck, CEO - UK, Fetch, Rose Lewis, Co-founder, Collider and Ken Valledy, Co-founder, Progressive.

Aside from getting the inside-track on emerging disruptive start-ups, MAD//Fest also features a keynote that will see a keynote interview with Pip Jamieson, Founder, The Dots. The keynote on the future of innovation is part of the Measurably Daring Grand Final.

Dubbed “LinkedIn for creatives”, The Dots is one of the most exciting businesses to emerge from the shift away from traditional work patterns to an economy where freelancing and self employment are increasingly the norm.

The judges will be looking for digital and tech start-ups who can drive engagement between brands and consumers. Key areas of interest include video content distribution, engagement, measurement, attribution, entertainment platforms and ad technology.

At stake for Measurably Daring start-ups is the chance scale their business in partnership with Fetch and a package that includes free office space at Fetch, access to clients, business development support and collaboration opportunities. The winner will also receive free exhibition space at MAD//Fest London 2019.

Click here for more information and to apply for Measurably Daring™ Start Up Competition before 15 Nov.

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