Opaque methods of choosing start-ups for funding and unreasonable demands from investors are preventing good tech ideas from getting a hearing.
Last Tuesday, an email went out to 500 people who had applied for a chance to pitch their start-ups and tech companies at 10 Downing Street. The aide in charge failed to BCC (blind carbon copy - concealing the other names of the recipients on the email) the list of recipients, all of whom were being told they weren't among the ten companies selected to present to 70 investors and partners. The Pitch10 event is...
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