3D Printing Startup Showdown to Take Place in Boston during Additive Manufacturing Strategies

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Asimov Ventures is offering a $15,000 cash investment to the winner of the Start-Up Showdown competition taking place January 30 at the Additive Manufacturing Strategies conference and exhibition in Boston January 29-31, 2019.  The event is focused on the future of medicine and dentistry in 3D Printing.   Conference producers 3DPrint.com and SmarTech Publishing are inviting startups working in medicine and dentistry to apply for the chance to pitch their business plans to an audience 3D Printing professionals,  investors and venture firms at Additive Manufacturing Strategies at the Hynes Convention Center.

Applications are being accepted until December 1.  If you are a seed-stage startup or entrepreneur in the fields of medical or dental 3D Printing you are eligible to apply here.  The top five finalists will be selected to pitch their business proposals for five minutes each on January 30th to several judges including Jessica A. Zeaske (head of Healthcare Investments at GE Ventures) and noted 3D Printing expert Tyler Benster. Travel costs are not provided, but finalists will receive free admission to the conference on January 30 and the publicity that comes from the victory including an interview with 3DPrint.com.

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