ADE gives 10 Companies to Watch a stage at ADE Tech
Submit your ideas by September 25th and get the chance to demonstrate your case in front of an audience of music business and technology professionals.
Following up on the recent announcements of ADE Hackathon and Carl Craig who will bring his live ensemble Versus to the Waalse Kerk, it is time to give 10 of the best ideas relating to the music industry a chance to shine.
At ADE we love innovation and creativity, it’s part of the event’s DNA. And following the success of last year’s inaugural 10C2W (10 Companies to Watch) we want to once again celebrate the very best new ideas relating to the music industry. So we’re issuing an open call to both established companies and start-ups, asking them to send us the ideas that they believe could be game-changing for the entertainment industry.
ADE is looking for projects in the fields of technology, data, hardware and software that the developers believe can make a genuine difference to the future of the music and entertainment industries. The initial pitch should be no longer than 200 words, giving a clear outline of the project and what it is intended to achieve. New business models are also eligible to enter, but must have demonstrable relevance to an existing industry sector.
We will then pick the 10 best projects to be showcased at ADE Pro in which will be held in our amazing new venue the DeLaMar as part of ADE Tech, presented by Paylogic, on Thursday, October 19th. Each company will get a five minute slot to demonstrate their big idea in front of an audience of music business and technology professionals. And at the end of each presentation there will be a vote by the audience to determine the idea that resonates most strongly with their business and technological needs.
Submit your idea via email@example.com by September 25.
ADE Tech takes place at DeLaMar on Thursday October 19th, tickets (€ 95,-) are available here. The event is also accessible for ADE Pass & ADE Conference Pass holders. Attend here to stay up to date, more information can be found here.
Photo credits: Willeke Machiels