Pitching your business idea in an international context (online)
You want to pitch your business idea, innovation project, or new business proposal to potential investors, customers, co-workers, management, or strategic partners? Not sure how to package this effectively?
If you want to learn how to structure and deliver a pitch with impact, this is your workshop.
True to the motto “Life is a pitch” (Guy Kawasaki), we offer a pitch webinar providing professional guidance and feedback for people interested in communicating their business or product idea, startup mission, or corporate innovation project in a concise and powerful way to different audiences. The workshop will be delivered in English and focuses on presenting the essence of your business or innovation idea in a short pitch of up to three minutes, packing in all the essentials.
This webinar offers a highly interactive format with upfront learning input from our presenter followed by individual coaching sessions.
If that is you, get ready to secure one of the coveted places!
Date: Monday, 20th of June 11:00 – 12:15 (theory) & 13.00 – 16.00 (coaching clinic).
Location: online via Zoom
Individual coaching (optional): After the workshop, we offer individual time slots (2 teams per slot of 60 min) for your prepared pitch in front of the coach and one other team, both teams receive individual feedback on content and delivery of their pitch.
The workshop will be conducted by Irene Bejenke Walsh. She has been a venture coach, entrepreneur and communications expert for 20 years and has worked internationally with over 900 startups across all sectors, as well as SMEs, in the areas of fundraising, incubation, business model and strategy, investor presentations, pitching and more. In addition, Irene coaches companies for European funding programs, such as the EIC Accelerator. She teaches as a freelance lecturer at Imperial Business School (London), the Executive Business School of the Danish Technical University (Copenhagen) and as an adjunct lecturer at Jacobs University Bremen. Irene works bilingually in German and English.
The event is organised by ZUKUNFT.unternehmen gGmbH and the Gründungs- und Innovationszentrum (GIZ) of Carl-von-Ossietzky University Oldenburg. The format is financed by the European Union. Contact is Benny Hartwig (firstname.lastname@example.org, 0151-62776291).
Register for the event with the following LINK.