Seven finalists are now confirmed for The Pitch 2022 following their success at the regional finals. Now the eighth place is in your hands as we launch the People’s Choice Award! As the name suggests, you now have a week to help decide which of our regional finalists will pitch at The Pitch Final in London later this month.
Every finalist who has pitched in the regionals this year now has a second chance to secure their spot in the final. With over 40 startups in the running for the People’s Choice Award, there are plenty of options to choose from.
If you would like to see how each startup performed in the regional finals, check out our leaderboard for the full breakdown of their scores.
How to vote
The competition will close on 17th October 2022 and the winner will go on to compete in The Pitch Final.
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Who can you vote for?
Farming Carbon gives businesses a way to facilitate a local, scalable solution for climate change to help towards their CSR, Marketing or Environmental Impact.
nuUnlimited connects customers to the complete story of their food, all in one place – whether it’s interactive digital menus, order and pay from table, home delivery or takeaway ordering.
Enabling safer aircraft landing, SequetricS automates runway surface condition assessment using a sensor-based hybrid scanner. This allows airside operators to make GO/NO-GO decisions.
Three Robins are a family-focused oat milk brand that makes healthy, great tasting drinks for both kids and adults.
Nookary makes beautifully practical waste-free household refills, to help you be proud of your home and the things in it.
Tutti is a platform for hiring local spaces for any creative use, from music and photography to dance and theatre.
Reveal My Food helps remove customers’ barriers to finding accurate allergens and nutritional information when eating out.
Goodfind aggregate sustainable options to help consumers easily find and compare ethical alternatives to everything, all in one place.
Where music meets mindfulness: SPOKE is a new form of self-improvement that makes mindfulness as easy as listening to your favourite music.
Available in Holland and Barrett, THEENK TEA creates natural adaptogenic and nootropic products designed to support a healthy brain function and mental wellbeing.
As seen on BBC’s Dragons’ Den, WagIt is the first online booking platform for dog-friendly venues, services and experiences.
A multi-award-winning, AI-powered app, Gaston connects dietary and nutritional requirements to food choices around you.
The ‘anti-ghosting’ dating app, Elate takes the experience of an elite professional matchmaker and combines it with the simplicity and scale of a dating app.
The Clean Ocean Alliance strives to solve the problem of ocean plastic through renewable energy, AI and data.
Luxury artesian mineral water in sustainable bottles, NEUE Water is shaped to fit in your back pocket, your handbag or in the seat pocket of a plane or train.
Bark + Shout creates different products for people and their pets, including a dog collar that can hold an AirTag, a personal safety alarm and an array of other accessories.
Now available in Selfridges, Gusto Snacks are a sustainable brand helping to reduce food waste by turning ‘wonky’ fruit into air-dried crisps.
Planet friendly, sustainable and recycled: Ghillied sells women’s leggings made from recycled fishing nets.
Asterley Bros make English Vermouth, Amaro and Fernet, using only the best natural ingredients.
An impact-driven investment platform, GOODFOLIO helps people make investments based on their personal values.
VIP World helps companies make their websites truly accessible, by connecting them with a diverse pool of people – including those with disabilities – to perform user testing and research.
KYP, which stands for ‘know your partner’ or ‘know your provider’, is a holistic risk management platform that provides continual risk monitoring of businesses on a global scale.
Matthew’s Preserved produces award-winning chutneys and jams, with a portion of profits going to mental health charity Mind.
BIOTICA aims to make agriculture more sustainable and decrease emissions. The team is doing this by reducing the need for inorganic fertilisers and increasing soil health.
Karma Delivery is a carbon negative food and grocery delivery app.
Minted empowers users to buy, save, sell and manage physical gold, digitally – starting with as little as £30.
Skimpy Chimp helps consumers with everyday financial commitments while offering insight and guidance on how to overcome financial pressures.
The Teaspoon Club is a sustainable, eco-friendly and waste-free spice provider, offering high-quality spices at affordable prices, as well as recipe kits.
Specialising in combating student loneliness, Umii initiates meaningful friendships between students in a safe, digital space – already reaching over 17,000 users.
IRF Tech’s AI and comprehensive approach to data delivery empowers market participants to make investment and business decisions.
A ‘Netflix for greeting cards’, Wuzci is a subscription service to ensure you never forget another occasion again.
Enturi is developing an accessible and affordable wind power generation system, to support the UK industry in reaching its Net Zero objectives.
Betmate allows its customers to bet on fantasy football against real people.
Ryft enables automated next day payouts for marketplace businesses and their merchants, for a single flat fee per transaction.
COYOSY exists to accelerate the transition to circular and ethical everyday tech, by making it attractive to the mainstream.
Audemic allows you to access any academic research via audio, to help researchers save time and organise their knowledge.
Aggregating all secondhand and reuse marketplaces into one place, Rumage makes it easy to find your second-hand products online.
All About the Cooks makes it simple to buy and sell home-cooked food locally, through an online marketplace.
Better Bicycles have created the “fastest folding e-bike” that’s as easy to walk with as a roller-case.
An award-winning care tech and med tech startup, Milbotix creates digital technologies to enable better care for people with complex care needs – all by using socks.
Refillable is a zero-waste shop and cafe, operating in the sustainable consumer retail space.
Founded by students and powered by universities, FixMyCrack organises teams of university students to repair the phones and laptops of other students.
An app to encourage young people to be more active, Stepstack users can convert their steps into ‘coins’, which they can use on offers and deals on their app.
Wing, a digital alternative to the business card, brings the connectivity and data-rich experience of online networking to in person.
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Winner announced Monday 17th October 2022. The judges decision is final.