Online registration


23. November 2020, 18:30 to 20:30

A strong and compelling pitch of your science is critical for your company's survival.                                                                                                                               
This workshop will provide you with the essential tools, techniques and skills to ensure your pitch is effective from both content and delivery perspective. On the content side, you will learn to identify the right messages that are relevant and targeted to your audience and to build a well-structured and engaging presentation. Media training techniques you will teach you to handle your stakeholders' most difficult questions. On the delivery side, you will understand how you come across so you can put your best foot forward and pitch in a more confident and powerful way.

When: 12.03.2020, 13:00 - 18:00 
Where: Switzerland Innovation Park Basel Area, Room  "Vision", Gewerbestrasse 24, 4123 Allschwil

This workshop, designed for life science startups, will be intense, interactive and a great opportunity to improve your communication skills. The workshop is particularly invaluable for your interactions with pharma companies, VCs, private and institutional investors, and potential partners.

Topics covered:
- Understanding a process to prepare for an event/meeting
- Analyzing and understanding the needs of your audience
- Developing your message
- Managing Q&A
- Structuring your pitch
- Dealing with nerves
- Delivering your pitch 

Participants must come prepared with the following:
- A three-minute pitch about your life science company
- A device to video record yourself (Phone, IPad, etc.)

Startup projects are preferred
Please include a short description of the project for which you would like to attend the workshop.

Participation in the workshop is free of charge, but registration with project description by 5th March 2020 is required.


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