Third day of Seaside Startup Summit: Social and IoT+Smart City Battle
2018-02-10 20:19
The 3th Day of Seaside Startup Summit UAE. Ras Al Khaimah was full of networking opportunities, investments, and fun activities. 
As always, the day started with a meet up early in the morning. As it was expected to have a productive day, the organizers team decided to take an opportunity to motivate and prepare the Startups for an important day. 
The working process started with a Session on Perfect Pitching conducted by Jesus Lozano. During the talk, the participants got an opportunity to take away some key tips on how to pitch perfectly. 

As the promotion of a Startup Idea is important factor to succeed, the participants were also introduced to a subject of writing the right content through promotional mediums such as Facebook and Instagram. The workshop was held by Fares Akkad. 

Another important Panel Discussion was conducted by the co-organizer of Seaside Startup Summit UAE. Ras Al Khaimah Dr. Hisham Safadi along with Fadi Alawami, Hasan Haider, Hany Hussein and Silva Ricardo. The discussion was on Smart Cities. 

In the continuation of the Day 2 Brand Battles were conducted (Social Battle and IoT + Smart City battle). During each battle 5 startups have participated, only two of them won. Social Battle Jury Members were Arsen Stepanyan, Noha Hefny, Yervand , 

The Second Battle was IoT+Smart City battle where the juries were Pavel Roytberg, Silva Ricardo, Hany Hussein. 

In addition, there was also a Campfire Pitch organized. Granatus Ventures, 971 Capital, RAKEZ, SmartGate VC, 500 Startups took part in the pitching session. Among the pitching Startups there were entrepreneurs who already participated during Sevan Startup Summit in Armenia. Triple E, for instance, is among the list of loyal Startups who participated starting from Sevan Startup Summit 2016.  

The evening time was, as always, dedicated to Campfire talks (5) held by Hayk Manassian, Vineet Budki, Arman Arakelyan, Raffy Semerdjyan, Pavel Roytberg, Vahe Ayvazyan. 

As the day was full of hard work and information flow, the organizers decided to let the participants choose how they want to end the day. The day ended with music and guitar playing around the camp fire.