Final of Pitch@Palace China held in Shenzhen

Source:Xinhua Published: 2019/4/15 10:41:11

British Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, addresses the final of Pitch@Palace China in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, April 14, 2019. Founded by British Prince Andrew in 2014 to support the Duke's work with entrepreneurs, Pitch@Palace (meaning making a pitch at the palace) is a platform that supports entrepreneurs accelerate and amplify their ideas. Pitch@Palace China started in 2017, aiming to provide comprehensive and important support to outstanding entrepreneurs by consolidating quality resources from both China and UK. (Photo:Xinhua)


 

British Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, addresses the final of Pitch@Palace China in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, April 14, 2019. Founded by British Prince Andrew in 2014 to support the Duke's work with entrepreneurs, Pitch@Palace (meaning making a pitch at the palace) is a platform that supports entrepreneurs accelerate and amplify their ideas. Pitch@Palace China started in 2017, aiming to provide comprehensive and important support to outstanding entrepreneurs by consolidating quality resources from both China and UK. (Photo:Xinhua)


 

British Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, addresses the final of Pitch@Palace China in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, April 14, 2019. Founded by British Prince Andrew in 2014 to support the Duke's work with entrepreneurs, Pitch@Palace (meaning making a pitch at the palace) is a platform that supports entrepreneurs accelerate and amplify their ideas. Pitch@Palace China started in 2017, aiming to provide comprehensive and important support to outstanding entrepreneurs by consolidating quality resources from both China and UK. (Photo:Xinhua)


 

British Prince Andrew (C), the Duke of York, poses for a group photo with the winners during the final of Pitch@Palace China in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, April 14, 2019. Founded by British Prince Andrew in 2014 to support the Duke's work with entrepreneurs, Pitch@Palace (meaning making a pitch at the palace) is a platform that supports entrepreneurs accelerate and amplify their ideas. Pitch@Palace China started in 2017, aiming to provide comprehensive and important support to outstanding entrepreneurs by consolidating quality resources from both China and UK. (Photo:Xinhua)


 

British Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, addresses the final of Pitch@Palace China in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, April 14, 2019. Founded by British Prince Andrew in 2014 to support the Duke's work with entrepreneurs, Pitch@Palace (meaning making a pitch at the palace) is a platform that supports entrepreneurs accelerate and amplify their ideas. Pitch@Palace China started in 2017, aiming to provide comprehensive and important support to outstanding entrepreneurs by consolidating quality resources from both China and UK. (Photo:Xinhua)


 

A member of Robosea introduces underwater drone to a panel of investors and audience during the final of Pitch@Palace China in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, April 14, 2019. Founded by British Prince Andrew in 2014 to support the Duke's work with entrepreneurs, Pitch@Palace (meaning making a pitch at the palace) is a platform that supports entrepreneurs accelerate and amplify their ideas. Pitch@Palace China started in 2017, aiming to provide comprehensive and important support to outstanding entrepreneurs by consolidating quality resources from both China and UK. (Photo:Xinhua)


 

Members of Incus Company pitches with its intelligent audio separation technology to a panel of investors and audience during the final of Pitch@Palace China in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, April 14, 2019. Founded by British Prince Andrew in 2014 to support the Duke's work with entrepreneurs, Pitch@Palace (meaning making a pitch at the palace) is a platform that supports entrepreneurs accelerate and amplify their ideas. Pitch@Palace China started in 2017, aiming to provide comprehensive and important support to outstanding entrepreneurs by consolidating quality resources from both China and UK. (Photo:Xinhua)


 

Participants introduce their ideas to a panel of investors and audience during the final of Pitch@Palace China in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, April 14, 2019. Founded by British Prince Andrew in 2014 to support the Duke's work with entrepreneurs, Pitch@Palace (meaning making a pitch at the palace) is a platform that supports entrepreneurs accelerate and amplify their ideas. Pitch@Palace China started in 2017, aiming to provide comprehensive and important support to outstanding entrepreneurs by consolidating quality resources from both China and UK. (Photo:Xinhua)


 

A member of Mad Gaze introduces its AR smart glasses to a panel of investors and audience during the final of Pitch@Palace China in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, April 14, 2019. Founded by British Prince Andrew in 2014 to support the Duke's work with entrepreneurs, Pitch@Palace (meaning making a pitch at the palace) is a platform that supports entrepreneurs accelerate and amplify their ideas. Pitch@Palace China started in 2017, aiming to provide comprehensive and important support to outstanding entrepreneurs by consolidating quality resources from both China and UK. (Photo:Xinhua)


 

Participants introduce their ideas to a panel of investors and audience during the final of Pitch@Palace China in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, April 14, 2019. Founded by British Prince Andrew in 2014 to support the Duke's work with entrepreneurs, Pitch@Palace (meaning making a pitch at the palace) is a platform that supports entrepreneurs accelerate and amplify their ideas. Pitch@Palace China started in 2017, aiming to provide comprehensive and important support to outstanding entrepreneurs by consolidating quality resources from both China and UK. (Photo:Xinhua)


 

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