You can learn how to present your project or idea to a wide audience and receive comments from public speakers and experts in the field of media, entrepreneurship, and cultural initiatives at a public project review from the Vector online school for urban entrepreneurs.
Knowing how to prepare and present a pitch is important for anyone who is starting their own project. A short presentation like this is an opportunity to convince investors, future customers, partners, and journalists of the value of your business idea. At the project review, experts will tell you how to make your project stand out from similar ones, what to emphasize to please investors, media, and other audiences, and whether or not your idea is understandable without a lot of background information.
Project Review is a public event that you can come to just to watch and listen to project pitches or be inspired to create your own. Urban startups, entrepreneurs, and social projects are invited to participate.
Olga Polishchuk, executive director of Strelka Institute
Roman Kumar-Vias, the founder of the Qmarketing agency
Artem Goldman, the co-founder of the VisaBot service
Daria Cherkudinova, deputy editor of ‘Company's Secret’ magazine
Vera Ezhkina, producer, ‘Mann, Ivanov, and Ferber’ publishing house
Arik Akhverdyan, CEO of VCV Inc. and the host of the HR & Business programme at Mediametrix
Presentations will be in the format of short speeches of strictly 5 minutes in duration. The next 7 minutes will be allocated for experts’ questions and comments.
Fill in the application form here to participate in the Project Review. The deadline for applications is August 28th. All projects will go through a competitive selection process; the results will be announced on August 31th.
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