This session will help you will help you understand :
Good pitching techniques
What are funders looking for in a pitch
How to put techniques into practice
It is for aspiring and current entrepreneurs, as well as anyone else who wants to learn more about the business of innovation.
This event consists of 2 presentations, an interactive workshop and networking with food and drink.
It will give you an opportunity to discuss your business ideas and challenges within a supportive peer group, and learn about organisations and resources that can help.
It is open to everyone - not just BEN members.
The meeting will be chaired by Alastair Watson and we are delighted to welcome;
Main speaker: Philip Tellwright from SWAIN
Case study: Henry Nurser from Westbury Park Consultants
6.00 pm Buffet and networking
6.30 pm Making the Perfect Pitch – Philip Tellwright, SWAIN
7.15 pm Pitching from the entrepreneur’s perspective – Henry Nurser, WPC
7.45 pm Delegates prepare a pitch – can be: for their business idea; for business support; for a customer; for bank funding; for investor funding.
8.00 pm Practice Pitches – declare type of pitch; 2 minutes; without notes; get feedback on content, delivery, body-language, etc.
8.30 pm Informal networking
9.00 pm Close
About Tech Startup School 2012
Tech Startup School 2012 is a unique series of 10 events to help aspiring and early-stage tech entrepreneurs start or grow their own tech businesses.
You will get the greatest help in developing your business if you attend the 6 different events. However you are free to come to whichever events you feel will benefit you most.
This is the eighth meeting in 2012 Tech Startup School programme. If you are interested in finding out more about BEN, the network of the technology business community, or registering as a member, please click here: BEN
TSS 2012 events are run by BEN in collaboration with:
When & Where
SCN: Science City Bristol Network
SCN is the network for the technology business community. We run events that connect, inform and inspire.
We involve not just small and large science & technology businesses but also the region's universities, government, business networks, investors, service providers and social enterprises.
SCN is an activity of the non-profit company Science City Bristol Ltd.