Proteus is an innovation competition that takes several close-to-commercialization technologies and challenges the public to assist in defining a viable path to commercialization.
Proteus is open to anyone in the community over the age of 18 with an interest in developing their business skills, creating new networks, and competing to win up to $5,000. With the hope of bringing people from different backgrounds together, we encourage everyone to signup, make a team, and participate in this exciting competition.
To sign up for the Proteus Innovation Competition, click on the Signup tab in the top right corner and it will take you to the registration page.
A team can consist of 1 person or multiple individuals.
No. Each participant may only join one team.
If you don’t have a team and want to join one, sign up indicating that you would like to join a team and we will assist with team formation.
As details are finalized, you will be able to click on the workshop/event within the schedule tab and it will take you to the corresponding information.
No. Each team is to focus on one technology. A team will not be allowed to make multiple submissions.
Competition submissions should be emailed to email@example.com by 11:59PM on the respective due dates listed below:
Abstract: due on December 11, 2017
Business Plan: due on January 22, 2018
Word limits, formatting, and length for each submission are included in the competition outline.
The last possible day to sign up will be on the abstract submission due date.
The only mandatory event will be the Pitch competition for competitors who pass the abstract and business plan stages. Even though the workshops are optional, they are highly recommended as they will provide valuable insight into what is expected from participants. The Launch and Workshops will have live streams for those competitors outside of London.
Abstract and business plan submissions will be ranked according to the average score given by a Review Committee consisting of members from the Partner Organizations. Final pitches will be scored by a panel of three judges from industry. Detailed criteria can be found in the competition outline.
Prize winners will also have the opportunity to license the corresponding technologies and form their own startup company.
To view the rules and regulations, click here.
If you have any other questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.