Discovery 100 offers an unrivalled opportunity for global tech start-ups accelerating retail innovation to be celebrated across the sector.
Retail Week has today opened entries for the inaugural Discovery 100, a campaign that will identify the top 100 tech start-ups from across the world working with retailers to offer disruptive solutions to transform their businesses.
With analysis of the influential role start-ups can play, alongside the challenges they face in getting cut through in the sector, the campaign will illuminate how start-ups can help retailers open windows to new and untapped business opportunities.
Discovery 100 will be hugely popular with retailers and investors as they search for the next game-changing technology that will help them gain competitive advantage. If you’re a start-up, tell us about your retail solution
The Discovery 100 campaign is seeking out tech start-ups launched on, or after, January 1 2013 that have run a pilot or full-scale solution with a retailer (or retailers) to help them drive business outcomes and grow their brand.
For example, supporting a retailer to implement an innovative solution, improve its financial performance, attract new customers or gain market share.
In the first competition of its kind for Retail Week, entries will be judged by a panel comprising Retail Week journalists, retail leaders and industry experts.
The 100 successful entrants will then be celebrated and championed through Retail Week’s Discovery 100 report, publishing in spring 2020, and will receive a digital copy to circulate to their own networks.
Discovery 100 entries close at midnight on December 20. Click here to submit your entry today.
Retail Week wants to put start-ups like yours in the spotlight.
Discovery 100 will explore how global tech start-ups can help spur innovation in retail and will look to bridge the disconnect between the start-up community and the retail industry.
Submit your entry here today to be in with the chance of featuring in the report.
Be Seen. Be Heard. Be Discovered.