Leuven-based start-up and Leuven MindGate member Inmanta won the audience prize at the Start it @ KBC Demo Day yesterday. CEO Stefan Walraven's pitch convinced the audience and grants Inmanta with a cheque of 5000 euro.
Start It @ KBC organised its third Demo Day, a concept where an audience of hundreds of entrepreneurs can be convinced by three minute pitches done by promising start-ups who want to display their latest innovation. In the run-up to the event, all participating start-ups were coached by experienced public speaking coaches.
Staenis, a construction company from Kortrijk, West Flanders, won the jury prize thanks to the progress she made in pitching an innovative synthetic grid, built to aid construction of floors in a DIY fashion. For winning the award, Staenis is given a cheque of 5000 euros.
Inmanta delivers award-winning technology and solutions that enable telcos and enterprises to streamline the delivery of new ICT services. Their service orchestrator automates and streamlines the total operational process. The start-up from Leuven also received a 5000 euro cheque.