Compare the Cloud Launches the Disruptive Pitch TV Show


Compare the Cloud’s 24-hour online technology channel, Disruptive Tech TV, today announced the premiere of its monthly technology pitch live show, Disruptive Pitch. The show, filmed in central London, will pitch emerging technology providers to their judges including and guest judge experts in the industry.

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Disruptive Pitch is a one hour show, free to all viewers, and streams from, and online channels. The first episode broadcasts on 26th October 2016, 4:30PM GMT. Viewers can also follow and for show updates.

“Today we find that many young and innovative companies struggle when trying to create exposure for their businesses,” said Andrew McLean, producer of Disruptive Pitch. “Compare the Cloud Limited is launching which will be a monthly event for the next six months focussing on disruptive technology organisations with the first show streaming live”.

Recordings of the show and excerpts will be available via:, and

The format of this show will be a live stream backed by a significant advertising campaign to bring in 10,000 relevant online viewers during each episode. Each company pitching will be required within a 3-minute time limit to pitch their respective business or organisation to the four judges and audience to go through to the final round.

“No powerpoint,” added Andrew McLean. “we’re looking for people to explain their technology as they would a client – their elevator pitch as you will. As the show progresses we will work with each finalist to create the perfect pitches for the final show”.

Each month we will have two regular judges from the Compare the Cloud team and two distinguished guest judges from the IT industry. Each team will be scored by industry experts out of ten for their respective pitch with a two finalists announced at the end of each show.

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Companies entering the live show will also have the opportunity to network with major IT vendors and partners before and after the scheduled event.

The show is currently looking for UK technology companies available for filming in the London area. If your organisation wishes to be represented in future shows drop us a note here or via [email protected] with details about your technology.

For further information, what the show trailer here

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Andrew McLean is the Studio Director at Disruptive Live, a Compare the Cloud brand. He is an experienced leader in the technology industry, with a background in delivering innovative & engaging live events. Andrew has a wealth of experience in producing engaging content, from live shows and webinars to roundtables and panel discussions. He has a passion for helping businesses understand the latest trends and technologies, and how they can be applied to drive growth and innovation.

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