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London Demo Day 2022

13 September 2022, 4:00 pm–8:30 pm

An entrepreneur talking to an audience

Come and watch 15 of London's most exciting startups pitch for investment. This event is free to attend and open to all.

Event Information

Open to

All

Organiser

UCL Innovation & Enterprise, King's20 Accelerator, and Imperial Enterprise Lab

Location

Great Hall
Imperial College London
Exhibition Road
London
SW7 2AZ

Overview

At London Demo Day, entrepreneurs from UCL, Imperial College London and King's College London will present their innovative startups to a group of international angels and investors.

Each university will nominate 5 student startups currently in the early growth stage and looking to raise between £100,000 and £1 million.

What to expect

During the event, you'll hear pitches covering a diverse range of industries including health, digital, finance, consumer, and environment.

You'll also hear from our keynote speaker, Dr Olivia Ahn, Co-founder of Planera, the market’s first flushable sanitary pads. Olivia pitched at the first London Demo Day.

After the pitches, there'll be a reception where you'll have a chance to network over refreshments with other guests, investors, and startup teams.

Showcasing the best and brightest

Our entrepreneurial talent continues to grow, all three universities have committed to showcasing the best and brightest of London’s entrepreneurial talent over the past year.

Uniquely, the 2022 Demo Day startups will demonstrate the resilience it takes to survive one of the most challenging years in startup history.

Jerry Allen, Director of Entrepreneurship, UCL Innovation & Enterprise, said: “London Demo Day is a perfect example of deep collaboration created for a vibrant network of global investors, to bring new investment in innovation to London, UK and beyond.”

Who it’s for

Anyone can attend, including UCL, Imperial and King's students, alumni and staff and their collective investment communities.

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