The Girls in Tech’s AMPLIFY Pitch Competition entries did not disappoint this year. We received 294 applications, the largest number to date. While it was difficult to choose the “best” startups among such an ambitious, diverse applicant base, our discerning judges have chosen.
Read on to learn more about the 10 AMPLIFY finalists. Each of these startups is led by at least one woman. And they’ll all compete on stage, live, at AMPLIFY on October 18 in San Francisco. It’s a riveting half-day event where serious startups pitch for money, office space, rock star mentors and more. There are still a few tickets left, so snag yours while you can.
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Next Play, Inc.
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