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ENRICH e-Training | Make your business understandable and attract attention of possible partners

From 14:00 to 15:00
Location: GoToWebinar, Online

ENRICH e-Training

Make your business understandable &

attract attention of possible partners

Thursday, 16 April 2020
14h00 CEST


Several funding opportunities for the internationalisation of SMEs ask applicants to clearly state the partners they will be working within the target country and their role in the deployment of the internationalisation activities. Finding the right partner is not an easy task, especially if it is the first time a company approaches a new market.
ENRICH in Brazil and the other ENRICH centres (ENRICH in China and ENRICH in the USA) are here to help you, as they can introduce you to the right partners in Europe, Brazil, China and the US. In order to maximise the support of the ENRICH centres, we propose startups and SMEs a training on how to best pitch their businesses and internationalisation plans to potential partners.

Open to entrepreneurs from Europe, Brazil, China and the USA, the session offers a specific hands-on-training on how to pitch a product/service to R&D&I players and attract their attention to kick start new collaborations.

The session will open with a “crash course” by Peter Lazou on the perfect introductory pitch providing concrete tips and tricks to the audience.

Following the specific training, ENRICH centres will pitch their services to help companies connect to the relevant partners in the target country by forwarding individual requests to the most suitable organisations in the country and enabling the first connection.

Published on 24-03-2020 00:00 by Anna Tosetto. 2419 page views

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