Thai and Brunei startups from the Pitch @ Palace ASEAN stage represent ASEAN in the global finals in London.
Founded by The Duke of York in London in 2014, “Pitch@Palace” aims to support entrepreneurs in accelerating their ventures by providing a platform for them to present and connect to an audience of influencers, investors and experts across different industries.
10 Dec 2019

Prince Andrew Duke of york His Majesty presiding over the opening ceremony and award announcement. "Pitch @ Palace ASEAN" to find the best startups in the ASEAN region as a representative to compete in the global finals at the event. "Pitch @ Palace Global" on December 11 at St. James's Palace, London, United Kingdom. 

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This year's "Pitch @ Palace ASEAN" hosted by Thailand and hosted for 2 days at C Asean and IMAX Cinema, Icon Siam, with startups 17 companies from ASEAN countries, finalists in the regional finals. The 1st place winner is TakeMeTour from Thailand, 2nd place is Memori from Brunei and 3rd place is Modern Lao Homes from Laos. People's Choice Award is HostAStay from Malaysia. 

"Pitch @ Palace" Project, a royal project in Prince Andrew The Duke of York took place for the first time in 1973. In 2014, the purpose of London was to help and support entrepreneurs who are starting their business to be able to operate quickly through presenting their business plans in front of influencers, investors and experts from all walks of life.  

Since the first event in the year. In 2014, "Pitch @ Palace", the best selection of startups, has been organized in 64 countries, helping 1,042 startup entrepreneurs create as many as 6,323 new jobs and over 1,119 million pounds of revenue (approximately 42,522 million baht) in the business. New happening There are new businesses that have previously participated in the Pitch @ Palace project and are still doing business until today. More than 97 percent 

Travor Akwenye

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