2019-04-6 17:00:00 2019-04-6 18:00:00 Europe/Rome It’s been a tough year for media start-ups. Several high-profile companies have failed, while many others are scrambling to cut costs, trim staff and pull back on their aspirations as they attempt to claw their way to profitability. But there’s still funding available for media start-ups that catch the eye of investors around the world – witness the activity in the podcasting space globally as an example. This session brings together venture capitalists, angel investors and start-up CEOs to explore what types of media start-ups are most likely to be funded, how to package and present your start-up to maximize funding chances, and which parts of the world are most welcoming for new ideas and new ventures. Centro Servizi G. Alessi - Perugia

It’s been a tough year for media start-ups. Several high-profile companies have failed, while many others are scrambling to cut costs, trim staff and pull back on their aspirations as they attempt to claw their way to profitability. But there’s still funding available for media start-ups that catch the eye of investors around the world – witness the activity in the podcasting space globally as an example.

This session brings together venture capitalists, angel investors and start-up CEOs to explore what types of media start-ups are most likely to be funded, how to package and present your start-up to maximize funding chances, and which parts of the world are most welcoming for new ideas and new ventures.