Polar Bear Pitching also announces expanding the competition to Silicon Valley this spring.
GoPro's are taking over the filming and #FlowMotionTechnologies will take it to the next level! #breakthruice pic.twitter.com/VluJCUEdwr
— Polar Bear Pitching (@PolarBearPitch) February 11, 2016
Norwegian startup FlowMotion Technologies landed to the ice hole with a backflip – and won Polar Bear Pitching 2016. FlowMotion’s stabiliser for GoPro camera allows one to capture your greatest moments 100% vibration free.
The company’s VP of marketing Didrik Dimmen commented to ArcticStartup before the event that he is confident about his upcoming performance – and that was shown during the 1 minute and 52 seconds long pitch.
Next time FlowMotion Technologies will be pitching at Technoport 2016 in Trondheim on March 2nd-3rd, where the company will be participating at the live crowdfunding experience.
In addition to the competition, Polar Bear Pitching team also announced expanding their event to Silicon Valley this spring. More information about the American event will be announced soon. We wonder if the new event will be Polar Bear Pitching Silicon Valley – or Black Bear Pitching – since few Oulu startups have founded an entrepreneurial community in Palo Alto called ‘Musta Karhu‘ which means the black bear in Finnish.