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FET2RIN Training course for FET Projects

From 27 Apr 2017 to 28 Apr 2017
Location: EBN, Belgium

In the framework of FET2RIN, EBNMETA Group  and ECN organise a 3-workshops-training in Brussels in February, March and April 2017 to which you might find interesting to participate.

The aim of this training is to provide participants with different methodologies and tools regarding, among others, validation of assumptions, customer discovery, go-to-market strategy, business models, accessing R&D and risk finance.

Each workshops will help FET projects to check and prepare the launch of innovative solutions to the market, by using the Lean Startup approach. All participants will get the opportunity to pitch their ideas in front of real investors during the last session held in March.

The agenda 27 - 28 APRIL


Team work

  • Design your crowdfunding campaign
  • Discussion among participants and debate with mentors

What matters most to investors when dealing with researchers

  • Tips and tricks
  • What makes a presentation appealing and how to explain the exploitation opportunity behind your results?
  • How to pitch your research results and exploitation plan
  • How to effectively communicate an exploitation model to internal and external stakeholders.

Team work

  • Revise your pitch deck
  • Discussion among participants and debate with mentors


Validation with investors - Pitch day

  • Pitching your exploitation plan to investors and crowdfunding platforms
  • Feedback from participants, investors and mentors


For further information feel free to contact Dario Mazzella, FET2RIN project manager.  

Learn more about the FET2RIN training courses available for all FET projects.

Published on 28-11-2016 00:00 by Marta Gomez Andres. 6380 page views

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