Digital entrepreneurs pitch ideas at special event in Norwich

The CIDFo event at Epic. Juliana Meyer pitching for Supapass. Photo: Bill Smith

The CIDFo event at Epic. Juliana Meyer pitching for Supapass. Photo: Bill Smith - Credit: Bill Smith - Archant

Digital entrepreneurs pitched their innovative ideas to a panel of commissioners and investors at a special Dragons Den-style event in Norwich.

The CIDFo event at Epic. Juliana Meyer pitching for Supapass. Photo: Bill Smith

The CIDFo event at Epic. Juliana Meyer pitching for Supapass. Photo: Bill Smith - Credit: Bill Smith - Archant

The Convergence International Digital Forum (CIDFo) was held at EPIC Studios yesterday and was a curtain-raiser to this year's Norwich Sound + Vision Festival, which starts today. The CIDFo event worked around sessions of 14 minutes, with producers and developers presenting their ideas to a round table of leading commissioners, publishers and investors. Among those to go before the panel was Juliana Meyer, pitching for SupaPass, a next-generation music fanclub creating new funding opportunities for music artists in return for offering exclusive new music and behind-the scenes footage to fans subscribed to SupaPass. Andy Murrow, from Last Ditch Television, also pitched the company's idea for a TV series called The No-Good Dog Show, described as 'a TV series that will put bog-standard pooches on the pedestals they deserve.'

For more on Norwich Sound + Vision see page 63 and visit www.norwichsoundandvision.co.uk


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