Angels’ Choice Award: Tuesday’s Picks

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2,141 startups will exhibit at Web Summit over three days. These 2,141 startups come from all over the world and span 17 verticals and multiple industry areas.

Over 1,000 investors have also arrived in Dublin, looking for their next great investments across the multitude of industries, sectors, stages and geographies.

Web Summit hosts a number of different startup pitching competitions where startups battle it out to be crowned the best startup of 2015, or win the Spark of Genius award.

This year, we’re introducing the Angels’ Choice Award.

Every day at Web Summit a panel of investors are exploring the venue meeting with exhibiting startups at their booths. These investors then score each early stage startup on a number of different categories, looking to discover companies they think to have exceptional potential for 2016.

The panel are concentrating on finding startups they’re particularly excited about and rate each on the product, business model, potential to disrupt, team and pitch.

Let’s take a look at the ten startups chosen by the panel as the Angels’ Choice Award winners of Day 1…

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Our congratulations to all of the above for their recognition by our panel today.

We encourage all attendees to get out on the exhibition floor spending time getting to see the huge variety of interesting technology on display by all of our exhibiting startups. Many of these early companies will grow to be very successful in the coming years, and we’re delighted to help them on that journey.

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