Are you a start-up or a company working with health and welfare solutions? Do you want to practice your pitching skills? Are you on the look-out for an investor? Or do you simply want to know more about how investors and venture capitalists operate? If so, join us at this year’s WHINN Pitchfire!
Attendee: What’s in it for you?
– As a start-up, it can seem frightening to go out and present your idea or business plan to experienced investors. So, we have made an event where start-ups and SMEs can practice their pitch and get professional feedback in not just one, but two separate sessions with the investors – in just one day. “And we’ve hired the best, so you can learn from the best”, says Kristoffer Blom, consultant at Welfare Tech.
You get to practice your pitch and get feedback from professional investors, who are there to help you fine-tune your business plan and improve your pitch.
Throughout our training sessions, the semi-finals in Copenhagen/Odense, and the final during WHINN you will have a great opportunity to train your pitch and network together with like-minded startups, SME’s and investors.
What’s not to like?
Sign up for the semi-finals in either Odense (09.21.17) or Copenhagen (09.20.17). The best pitches will go on to compete at the finals at WHINN Pitchfire (10.10.17), where you can win a gift certificate from CONNECT Denmark, to participate in a Springboard session, including screening members for your Advisory Board or Board.
Registration and further information
You can find all information on this page and sign up as a participant.
What is WHINN 2017?
WHINN is short for Week of Health and INNovation and it is one of its kind – one week with conferences, side events, exhibition, matchmaking and networking activities – all within health technology and innovation.
At WHINN, you will gain new knowledge, inspiration and insight into the newest research and international trends. Several conferences, events and initiatives are part of WHINN. The result is unexpected encounters and new contacts and ideas, which could be the beginning of new businesses, new collaborations and new opportunities.
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