Leeds United launch inaugural Sports Tech Demo Day

After being in Munich recently for the Bayern Munich Hackdays event, it’s great to see more happening around sport and tech in this country.

Leeds United Football Club, in association with their Official Global Payments Partner CurrencyTransfer.com, have announced the launch of their inaugural Sports Tech Demo Day on April 17, 2018.

The Sports Tech Demo Day is intended to identify fast growing start-up organisations and breakthrough products that can help Leeds United and move the club’s business forward, across a number of pre-selected categories that most interest the club.

Daniel Abrahams, CEO of CurrencyTransfer.com, and comments: ‘‘Since the start of our partnership, we saw entrepreneurialism across the management team at Leeds United. It’s an incredibly exciting opportunity to co-host the first Sports Tech Demo Day at Elland Road, supporting the club to further their collaborations with some of the sports industry’s leading entrepreneurs. This represents a phenomenal opportunity for ambitious companies to present real solutions to help shape the future of Leeds United.’’

Applications are now open for the inaugural Sports Tech Demo Day powered by CurrencyTransfer.com, the global payments marketplace. Judges and event partners include; DAVNIS Sports and leAD Sports Accelerator. Finalists will get the opportunity to present to the club’s hierarchy, with a winner getting an opportunity to potentially test their product with a relevant department at the club.

Apply here: https://www.currencytransfer.com/lufc/sports-tech-demo-day

We’ll be there to cover the event and look forward to meeting the startups, club and sponsors for a fun day 0f sports tech!

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