AquaQube in Silicon Valley: TechCrunch Disrupt 2017 and CEE Pitch Night29. 10. 2017
AquaQube introduced its innovative device to Silicon Valley. In addition to attending and exhibiting at TechCrunch, the company’s founder also had a presentation for investors at a prestigious event in downtown San Francisco.
Innovative device AquaQube, which improves the quality of life of its users by reducing the impact of chemicals on their lives, got to the US with its founders.
11 days. 83 explanations of what AquaQube is. 72 new contacts. 47 meetings with potential investors or partners. 3 days of the trade fair. 2 AquaQube representatives. 1 day of exhibiting. 1 international presentation with view of the most of beautiful places in San Francisco. Even this way it is possible to briefly summarize the entire AquaQube trip to the United States.
The company was selected by CzechInvest, which, besides written information, also evaluates the physical presentation of the company and its product in English. This presentation in Prague was for AquaQube so successful that as one of two Czech companies, AquaQube was given the opportunity to introduce itself as part of the CEE Pitch Night event. CEE Pitch Night took place in downtown San Francisco and the event was attended by companies from the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary and Poland. The jury and the audience were mainly from the ranks of investors, even outside the mentioned countries. AquaQube, like other presenting companies, had 3 minutes for the presentation and 3 minutes for the investors’ questions. Due to the reactions and contacts gained, the founders of the AquaQube evaluate the event very positively.
The start-up trade fair itself, called TechCrunch, was held in the technological Mecca world, Silicon Valley, from 18th to 20th September. 2 days were filled mainly with meetings with potential investors or partners. One day was a presentation of the product on AquaQube’s own stand, where besides those mentioned, were interviews with potential US customers or distributors.
AquaQube evaluates the entire business trip very positively, although the company’s management will now need to process all the new information and experience and deepen the acquired contacts. Tereza Drimalova, the CEO, evaluates: ” There is definitely even more work ahead of us than before, but positive reactions and opportunities gave us tons of energy.”