Startup Booth

What's included

  • 1m x 1m stand (Pod) with lighting and carpet
  • 1 x lockable Counter
  • 1 x bar stool
  • Company name on stand signage (top panel)
  • 60 word listing in the EduTECH event app and online directory
  • Logo and link featured on the EduTECH website
  • 2 exhibitor passes
  • Logo & link featured on EduGrowth website
  • Inclusion in EduGrowth EduTech marketing & communications activities
  • EduGrowth Member benefits for the duration of your membership
  • Access to the EduGrowth demo space for blocks of 15 mins

Pitch Competition

What's included

  • Pre-event review of your slide deck and a pitch recording by education sector experts providing advice in preparation for the event
  • 3 Minute pitch slot on Innovation Stage (time allocated by EduGrowth)
  • Questions from expert judging panel
  • Your pitch video recorded for use beyond EduTECH
  • Winner of each Innovation Stage stream to pitch on the main stage of EduTECH on final day of exhibition

Pitch Competition Prizes

$3000 in cash +

  • 1hr consult with EduGrowth Mentor
  • $10,000 AWS credits
  • $50,000 Segment credits
  • discounted access to Hubspot


Normally $1,500 +GST

Members just $700 +GST

StartUp Exhibitor Booth – $700 +GST
Pitch Competition Entry – $0
EduGrowth Membership – $250 +GST

Exhibitor Application

Please note: Innovation Alley is now fully booked!!

EduTECH 2019

Australia’s Biggest EdTech Expo
10,000 attendees

250 exhibitors
2019 Keynote by Sir Ken Robinson

Innovation Alley

Community of Innovators
EdTech Startup Exhibitors
Product Demos
Pitch Competition

Innovation Stage

Thought leadership
Guest Speakers & Panels
Pitch Competition
80 Seat Theatre

$3,000 in cash + other great prizes

Pitch @ Innovation Alley

4 heats across 2 days
Grand final on main stage

Innovation Alley


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