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Q: What are the dates for Dragons’ Chamber Taiwan 2018?
A: November 17th from 2 pm to 5 pm.
Q: Who can attend the event?
A: The event is open to anyone.
Q: How do I find your social media channels?
A: Please click on our Facebook icon at the top on the page or follow the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan on FB.
Q: How can I get a ticket?
A: Dragons’ Chamber Taiwan will be a free event for the public. Seating will be limited, so we suggest that you arrive by 1:30 pm on Saturday November 17th. Seating will go on a first come, first served basis after the guest list seats have been filled.
Q: How do I enter into the pitch contest?
A: Fill out the application form on the Application Page.
Q: How are the companies selected for the pitch contest?
A: All companies applying to the pitching competition will be evaluated by Dragons’ Chamber Taiwan based on the information given in the registration form.
Q: What are the pitching evaluation criteria?
A: Each pitch will be evaluated by the Dragons. The evaluation will be based on your product, market potential, gained traction, competence of your team and investment readiness. Keep in mind every startup must find their own unique way to communicate their idea and connect.
Q: If my application is not accepted, can I adjust it and reapply?
A: Yes, you may reapply for a future event.
Q: If I change my business plan after I have already submitted it, what should I do?
A: If the changes are not significant, and the primary facets of your business plan remain unchanged, then you can simply inform us of the changes. If the changes are significant, then you will need to reapply for the current round (if it’s still before the deadline), or for a future event.
Q: I made an agreement with someone at the Dragon’s Chamber event, but then they changed their mind about working with me. Can Dragons’ Chamber assist in getting them back on-board?
A: Unfortunately, no. We cannot get involved in any business arrangements between you and potential business partners. Your ability to grab and then hold the interest of potential investors is yours alone.