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Kairos Society is looking for 50 startups to showcase at the NYSE

Applications are open for the Kairos 50 (K50) New York Stock Exchange startup event. It will take place at the Kairos Society Global Summit from 21 to 22 April 2017 in New York.

The aim of the event is to showcase a range of startups from around the world.

The Kairos Society is looking for 50 startups from around the world to take part. These companies need to be in the seed stage of their growth, with at least one co-founder being under 26 years of age.

Those selected will receive an all-expenses-paid trip, where they will also meet over 350 entrepreneurs from 50 countries.

Each participant will be given dedicated show space to show off their startups at the K50 Demo Day in front of 150 influential people from Fortune 500 companies, VCs, and influencers in global markets.

At the 2016 event, over US$350 000 was invested at the live event, which included an investment led by Twitter co-founder, Ev Williams.

Applications close 3 February 2017. Those wanting to participate can apply here.

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