After two days of competition with 100 startups from 53 countries, a panel of international judges have selected the top 10 companies that advance to the Entrepreneurship World Cup Global Finals. The companies will compete in the final judging round on March 12 to win a share of $1 million in cash prizes.
The Top 10 finalists are:
- Digiphy (United States)
- Biogrip (Mexico)
- GENEngine (Spain)
- Waykana (Ecuador)
- White Helmet (Saudi Arabia)
- Hera Health Solutions (United States)
- Marlow (Canada)
- Morpheus Network (Canada)
- NDR Medical (Singapore)
- Desert Control (United Arab Emirates)
Meet the Top 10 Finalists here and tune in to see who will be crowned champion at the Global Finals on March 12, 4-7:30 pm GMT.
The Entrepreneurship World Cup, co-hosted by the Global Entrepreneurship Network and the Small and Medium Enterprises General Authority in Saudi Arabia, Monsha’at, is one of the largest and most diverse pitch competitions and support programs for up-and-coming founders. Every year, entrepreneurs compete for a share of US $1 million in cash prizes and millions more worth of investment, support and publicity.
In addition to competing for the grand $300,000 prize, startups will also vie in specialized categories based on sector (including tech and space and sustainability and environment) and impact (including social impact, sustainable development goals and women-led companies).
Since launching in 2019, EWC has attracted more than 400,000 registrations from 200 countries and connected founders with over US$3 million in cash prizes and another US$256 million worth of perks and free support and services.