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Demo Day – September 5

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Demo Days for NMotion is quickly approaching. Here are some additional details for NMentors, Investors and Sponsors to put on their calendars. Register Here!

Join the Nebraska Startup Community as entrepreneurs, investors, mentors, and community leaders come together to watch the inaugural class of NMotion companies demo and showcase their startups.

NMotion Demo Day will kick off with with the latest batch of up-and-coming Nebraska Startups having 10 minutes to present their venture on stage. Time will be available in between presentations for questions and feedback and a reception following the presentations will be available for attendees and participants to mix and mingle throughout the event.

Location: Nebraska Champions Club (707 Stadium Dr, Lincoln, NE)

Time: 12:00pm – 5:00pm

Tickets are free for NMentors, Investors and Sponsors if you register in advance ($50 at the door). We are also offering a limited number of free Startup Founder tickets for local entrepreneurs to attend. If you would like to sponsor one of these founders, please purchase a $50 Superhero/Champion ticket. 

Lunch will be served.

You must reserve your space in order to guarantee entrance. SPACE WILL SELL OUT.

NMotion Demo Day will be followed by an Opening Party for Lincoln Startup Week.

Event Schedule:

12:00 – 1:30  Lunch & Intros

1:30 – 3:30  Startup Pitches

3:30 – 5:00 Showcase Reception

5:00 – 8:00 Opening Party for Lincoln Startup Week

NMotion Demo Day is being sponsored by NUtech Ventures, University of Nebraska, Lincoln Partnership for Economic Development and Union Bank & Trust. Additional sponsors include SP Group, FUSE Coworking, Koley Jessen, Invest Nebraska, Nebraska Angels, and First National Technical Services. Many, many thanks to these folks who make great startup events like this possible.

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