The upcoming experimental call will support the roll out and uptake of outputs and results of our funded projects in coordination with projects funded under directly managed EU programmes. Outputs and results of minimum 2 Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE projects are to be taken up.
The aim of the pitch session is to stimulate matchmaking of the relevant projects with potential for synergies.
The pitch should therefore present main project outputs and results and indicate the direction in which they could be taken up.
The project ideas need to focus on one of the following topics.
Industry 4.0/Advanced manufacturing
Energy efficient renovation of public buildings
Low carbon mobility and urban air quality
Climate change adaptation and risk prevention
Cultural heritage (sites & buildings) at risk
Accessibility for peripheral and border regions to European networks and nodes
5 minutes, no PowerPoint presentation and room full of people. It can also be nerve-wrecking having to face your peers and experts. So what makes the difference between a pitch that is just okay and one that is excellent?
In reality five minutes go by very quickly, especially when you want to present your project outputs and results in the most convincing way. It turns out that excellent pitches all share some of the same qualities. If you follow the tips below you have a good chance of making a great pitch.