On Thursday November 9th, the Philips Stadium is the European centre for sports and tech. Eindhoven based Sport eXperience then organizes its annual Sport Business Day. On this day, the European Qualification of the Sports Tech World Cup takes place as well as a large exposition with 70 sport startups and an inspiring conference program.
SPORTS TECH WORLD CUP
15 European sport startups get the opportunity to present themselves in the dressing room of PSV to jury and investors. The winner goes to Silicon Valley for the official World Cup. On top of that, the winner receives a cheque of € 3.500,- and the runner-up € 1.500,-. Sport eXperience invites investors to experience the best Europe has to offer. Click HERE to apply and become the next world champion.
In addition to qualifying, 70 international sport startups present themselves to board members, distributors, investors, marketers, sports companies, athletes and students. From other European countries, Sport eXperience ambassadors invite startups to travel to Eindhoven. The startups are expected from Finland to Portugal and from Ireland to Ukraine. Sport eXperience works with country pavilions to allow visitors to experience a journey through sports innovation in Europe. As we received interest from the USA, we offer a US pavilion as well. The first startups already signed up. Sign up HERE to reserve your booth as well.
Currently, the program is almost finished with 30+ leading speakers from Europe and USA. What to think of: Pauline van Dongen (Holst Centre), Juan P. Hinestroza (Cornell University), Andy Lürling (LumoLabs), Erin Patton (Nike Air Jordan), John Peters (SFIA), Pedro Presa (MyCujoo), Claudio Tamburrini, Dorte Vibjerg (Sparta), Geoff Wilson, Tomasz Zahorski (Legia Warsaw), Mounir Zok (US Olympic Committee) and many others.
Benefit now from our early bird deal. Until October 11 tickets are sold for € 165,- ex VAT. After October 11, you pay € 195,- ex VAT. So it’s time to get your tickets today before you forget. The first European and US investors signed up as well as other sports stakeholders.