You want to get in front of an investor, but you don't know whether you are ready or not.
You would like to raise money from VCs or angel investors, but do you have a compelling pitch? What works, what doesn't and how comfortable are you pitching your startup stuff?
Dragos Novac of Project Arrow will be taking your pitch in a public forum on concepts, prototypes, applications, and ideas. You get feedback, advice and a chance to rehearse your pitch in a real life context.
The aim is to help startup founders looking to raise money from professional investors at early stage levels in Europe. Ideally they have a product that generates business and need additional capital for growing faster - however, if you just have an idea or a prototype you would like to get feedback on, that works too.
Who is it for?
1. Founders looking to pitch practice - they should be able to present their elevator pitch in English in 2-3 minutes, followed by questions and answers.
2. People looking to learn from how others are presenting their pitch and the feedback they get.
If you are a founder really serious about building a big business, you are looking for anything you can learn about what investors are looking for and how to talk to them in order to get their attention.
Finding investors is not easy and talking to them is even more difficult. Learning how to do that requires preparation, time, and exercise - that's your chance to get a reality check.
It's 100% free to register - we've gotten great feedback on these, spending an hour deep dive on a topic. The number of participants is limited and tickets usually go out quick, so we suggest to sign up fast in order to secure a spot.
This event is virtual, you will receive instructions on how to join it after you register.