Start-up companies can change the world for the better. But they may need investors to fund their activities. Copenhagen Science City is co-hosting this “Brew Your Own” event with BioPeople. Join us to learn why to pitch, how to pitch and what the investors are looking for, when you pitch.
Inspiration for start-ups. Inspiration to start up. Watch early stage start-ups performing their first pitch after a pitching workshop. Learn from the pitching mistakes of seasoned start-ups. Meet the angel investor and the institutional early stage investor and hear what they look for in a pitch. Join the Open Mike session, to get feedback on your own project or ask for collaboration and not least: Network with inventors, investors, entrepreneurs and employment seekers. The event is free of charge.
Biopeople is a neutral network organization that works to facilitate matchmaking and collaboration in the Danish Life Science Industry.
Copenhagen Science City is an innovation district where University of Copenhagen, the University hospital Rigshospitalet, University College Copenhagen and seven start-up communities collaborate to create the best possible conditions for innovation intensive start-ups and scale-ups.
Researchers, students, entrepreneurs, start-up staff and anyone dreaming of starting a business or working for a start-up.
December 3rd 2019 15:00 – 17:30
Mærsk Tower floor 15, University of Copenhagen, Blegdamsvej 3B, DK-2200 – Copenhagen, Denmark
15:00-15:10 Welcome and introduction by Jane Nøhr, Biopeople/Jes Andersen, Copenhagen Science City
15:10-15:25 Jan Stenvang, Scandinavian Oncology: From University to a listed Company: Challenges and Solutions
15:25-15:40 Maj Beldring Henningsen, RiiD: Making reads user-friendly with RIID
15:40-15:55 Innovations fonden: TBA
15:55-16:00 Open Mike. Pitch your need.
16:00-16:30 Networking and beer tasting by August Hammer: Know your ale
16:30-16:45 Pitch Your Idea – by participants from the Pitching Workshop held at SCIENCE Innovation Hub
16:45-17:00 Lars Arne Christensen, Business Angel, Danish Business Angel Network: What are we, and how do you impress us
17:00-17:15 Petros Venetopoulos and Mads Andersen, BIRanalyzers: Pioneering the next generation of beer quality control instruments
17:15-17:30 Feedback, the last beers and good bye