Demo Day Marketplace

An exclusive number of spots are being made available for non-member companies.

The Made in NY Media Center by IFP brings together innovators in film, video, gaming, and technology through education, mentorship, entrepreneurship and content creation. At the core of our 20,000 square foot facility in Brooklyn, NY sits an incubator and workspace for companies and creatives at the intersection of story + tech.

Demo Day is our flagship program designed to provide Media Center incubator members with the opportunity to present their projects/ company in front of a curated audience of VCs, entrepreneurs, potential partners, sponsors, clients and press. The program culminates in a two- part Demo Day event, where six selected teams will pitch their companies in a closed Demo Day Pitch Panel.

The Demo Day Marketplace directly follows and provides a tradeshow setting for all our Incubator members to present their companies and for the first time, we are opening this up to you. For a recap of last year’s event, click here.

An exclusive number of spots are being made available for non-member companies. If you wish to participate, please register with this Submission Form and please submit payment here.

Registration deadline is April 29th , 11:59PM EST.

Demo Day takes place on May 6th, and is an invite only event.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email Zori Davidkova.

Good luck and looking forward to seeing you at Demo Day Marketplace Spring 2015!

The Media Center Team

Marketplace Registration benefits & guidelines

Your registration fee includes:
Inclusion in the Demo Day printed Brochure to be distributed at Demo Day
A designated section within our Tradeshow Floor (shared communal tables) located directly to the left of the Media Center’s main entrance
Water/ refreshments + access to cocktail reception
Two guests to attend the Marketplace reception
The ability to host a Happy Hour/ Lunch and learn at a later time
25% off a 6-month Incubator membership (if eligible)

Please note:
Only two representatives from each company would be allowed to run the booth.