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The Pitch Training

We know you have gone through this before and you may think: Do I really need to go through a Pitch Training? We at Cleantech Scandinavia have seen our fair share of companies pitching their products and ideas to investors throughout the years and we can surely confirm: Pitch Training is never enough. As a selected Top 25 company, you begin to be part of a community, a peer-learning community. Therefore, your story, your pitch and your learning process can help others and vice-versa. In this particular case, there will be a different component: the online pitching. Our expert will provide precise guidelines and feedback on your online pitch, which will give you substance for the your spotlight moment at The Camp event.

Anastasiya Shapochkina

Our expert partner

Anastasiya Shapochkina is EDF R&D representative in Brussels working on European projects development focusing on energy, transport and materials topics of Horizon 2020 and Interreg funding programs. Part of the International and Partnerships team of EDF R&D, Anastasiya is a co-author of EDF’s Value Creation program, offering workshops on business models and value proposition for EDF R&D, business units and external partners to help turn an idea into a quality product or service. Prior to her current position, Anastasiya has analyzed business models of the utilities, nuclear and renewable energy companies in Europe, the US, Russia and China on behalf of EDF R&D for EDF Strategy and International Departments. She has over 10 years of experience in speech writing and public speaking training for business and the academia, having coached individuals and teams to present to a variety of audiences.

2 Days, 2 sessions

The workshop will occur in two consecutive morning sessions:

Session 1: April 28, from 9- 12am

  • Introduction/methodology (15 min): overview of the pitching structure, content and form advice distributed in the preparation material.
  • Q&A with the teams (15 min)
  • 3 sessions of pitching presentations and feedback, one hour each, divided by two 15-minute breaks. Each session will be structured as follows:-5 min start-up pitch to investors – 5 min live Q&A from other start-ups present – 5 min coach feedback.
  • Conclusion: common mistakes and how to avoid them based on the presentations (5 min).

Session 2: April 29, from 9- 12am

  • 3 sessions of pitching presentations and feedback, one hour each, divided by two 15-minute breaks.
  • Each session will be structured as follows:- 5 min start-up pitch to investors – 5 min live Q&A from other start-ups present – 5 min coach feedback.
  • Final questions from the teams (15min)
  • Conclusion.
The division and order of the pitching will go as follows.
As we said earlier, it’s extremely important for the whole experience that at least one person of your team participates both sessions as the audience will be an active actor for comments and feedback.
 
Please contact us or refer in your registration if there are inconveniences regarding your session date.

Day 1 – April 28th – Tuesday

  1. Celcibus
  2. Candela
  3. Geyser Batteries
  4. Biotrino
  5. Ensavetec
  6. Mimbly
  7. Swestep
  8. Oisaan Engineering
  9. Plant Jammer
  10. Swegan
  11. N2 Applied
  12. Mycorena

Day 2 – April 29th – Wednesday

  1. BioFiber
  2. Wimao
  3. WePower
  4. Applied Autonomy
  5. Moprim
  6. ColloidTek
  7. Univrses
  8. Ankeri
  9. LaavaTech
  10. Chromologics
  11. CemGreen
  12. Gelatex
  13. The Train Brain

Ready to attend?

Great, we are looking forward too! Check your inbox, your invitation is waiting for you there.

“See” you soon!