Reverse pitching, Royal Academy of Engineering

4 October @ 1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
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Reverse pitching

Seeking investment is a two-way relationship. That is why we are turning the tables and putting investors and funding bodies under the spotlight to explain to entrepreneurs why they should seek investment from them.

4th October 2022
Prince Philip House, St James, London
13:30PM – 17:00PM
PUBLIC EVENT

This event is free of charge to attend but registration is required.

Overview

Pitching for investment can be a nerve-wracking process, whereby entrepreneurs have just minutes to sell themselves, their company and their long-term goals. However, seeking investment is a two-way relationship, and that is why we are turning the tables and putting investors and funding bodies under the spotlight to explain to entrepreneurs why they should seek investment from them.

If you are a tech/engineering startup or SME looking for funding this event will demystify the fundraising process, offer connections give you an edge when pitching.

We will also be offering a limited number of one-to-one sessions with the investors. We suggest organisations send two delegates, one to see the pitches and one to attend one-to-ones.

Programme
1.30pm Registration and networking
2.00pm Welcome and introduction by Host, Cameron Gammon

2.05pm Pitches to entrepreneurs
4.00pm Networking reception
5.00pm Close of event

*Programme subject to change

  • Investors
  • 24 Haymarket
  • Amadeus Capital
  • Cambridge Angels
  • Downing Ventures
  • Green Angel Syndicate
  • IQ Capital
  • National Physical Laboratory
  • Parkwalk
  • UK Business Angels Association
  • Wharton Ventures
  • Zero Carbon Capital

 

Venue and accessibility

It is very important to the Royal Academy of Engineering that our events are accessible to all. If you have any accessibility requirements, please contact the Events team more than one week in advance of this event so that necessary arrangements can be made. Contact details: events@raeng.org.uk.

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4 October
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