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Wellington Startup Weekend well pitched

Wellington Startup Weekend well pitched

By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 26 Feb 2013 ) According to John Holt, the brainchild behind the San Francisco located Kiwi Landing Pad, the final pitch presentations at the Wellington Startup Weekend were better than 75% of those he’s seen in the USA.

Given that those State-side entrepreneurs are pitching for real money for ideas they’ve been working on for months, the creator of Sonar 6 reckons the fledgling companies in Wellington did a fantastic job of getting their ideas across.

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