TETRA WEBINAR: Pitch like there is no tomorrow

When:
September 23, 2020 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
2020-09-23T10:00:00+02:00
2020-09-23T11:30:00+02:00
Where:
WEB-STREAMED
Cost:
Free

Pitch like there is no tomorrow

An interactive, hands-on webinar where you will learn how to effectively pitch your idea!

Together, we will:

– Explore what a pitch is and how to adapt it to your audience;
– Dive into three approaches that will help you upgrade your pitching skills;
– Get an overview of the pitching do’s and don’ts with the pitching guru Gleb Maltsev;
– Listen to your pitches and practice!

Let’s get real! Send us a link to your 3-minutes pitch by September 11, 2020 at noon CET and get selected to pitch your idea for feedback in front of TETRA pitching coaches and Gleb Maltsev!

Registrations

To register please click HERE

Speakers

Jan Bormans, Ph.D., MBA, has been active in the fields of innovation and entrepreneurship for more than 20 years. Jan was strategy advisor at the IMEC nanotechnology research centre (that developed one of the first open innovation business models worldwide) and valorisation manager of the Flanders DC/Vlerick Business School knowledge centre. He has been actively involved in various start-up initiatives such as start it @KBC and startups.be since 2010. Jan has also co-founded Kunigi, an interdisciplinary innovation agency. From 2019 on, Jan is the CEO of the European Startup Network.  Jan’s LinkedIn profile.

 

 

Adèle studied International Trade and Investment at the Brussels Diplomatic Academy, a joint program by Vrije Universiteit Brussels and Solvay Business School. She has a 10-years experience in business development, sales, strategic partnerships and project management within private & public sectors. Adèle has acquired significant knowledge of digital innovation and is fascinated by the impact of new technologies on business activities. She is convinced that a cohesive European startup ecosystem is the key to empowerment and scaling up. Adèle’s LinkedIn profile.

 

 

Gleb listens to around 1,000 speeches a year ranging from a 60-second pitch to a 45-minute keynote. He’s trained presenters for industry-wide pitching showcases such as Slush, Latitude59, TechChill and LOGIN. He’s the co-founder of Fundwise, a founder-to-investor pitching platform with a 68% success rate and raising over 2.8 mln EUR for over a dozen projects. Every year he works with executives from almost every industry that would make the world a bit better, or at least have a shot at doing so. Around a 100 of those execs have gone on to pitch at trade fairs such as the Mobile World Congress, Smart City Expo, conhIT, boot Düsseldorf, Bygg Reis Deg, or BAU. Get an overview of the pitching do’s and don’ts with the pitching guru Gleb Maltsev.