BBVA Open Talent – 7 days left to submit your startup for a chance to win €100k

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bbva[Spain] BBVA, Spain’s second largest bank, is offering the chance for three startups to win up to 100,000 euros in funding. And unlike last year, its Open Talent competition is accepting international entries. The project that receives the most “community votes” will also get to travel and take part in an entrepreneur event in the US. That said, the deadline for entries is just 7 days away  – December 15th – so interested companies will need to get their applications in quickly.

BBVA is one of the few Spanish banks, along with CAN (Caja Navarra), that foster innovation and support startups in the online and tech space. To qualify for BBVA Open Talent, startups must be fully functional and fall under one of the following categories: payment methods, management tools for SMBs, cloud computing, internet or mobile financial applications, financial services for social networks and other digital business models – see the full guidelines and requirements.

Out of the 375 startups that entered last year, the overall winner was Pidecita, a Spanish startup that provides a platform for businesses to accept and manage appointments online.

  • Jean Vence

    They spelled Project as Proyect on the first page.

  • Rogerio Mota

    Someone might want to tell them that their English form is missing the combo box for the third field (it’s there on the Spanish version).

    Surefire way to render all english submissions invalid, says the skeptic in me.

  • Ignacio

    The english form worked correctly.

    Website has been updated. Thank you.

  • fer

    Tenistas.Net has been chosen for the Opn Talent contest. We have built a community of tennis and paddle players. In its first month we have achieved many press remarks and a good number of users.
    We wuold like to have your support with you vote:
    Gracias 1000

  • Claudia

    wahooo! Avízpate is on the right road! is an online tool to search and compare services, the first in Mexico. This is very interesting and useful, because it can create a better consumer culture to buy better services and save money at Mexico.
    I wish they win ;) if you want to help, please vote here:
    ¡muchas gracias!

  • Juan

    hey, is a great contest and we are there

    you can vote for us or for the other proyects, but VOTE. You can help a lot.


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