Pitching and Winning Business Online (DIT)

Event Details

Date: 25th May 2021 - 26th May 2021
Time: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

Are you ready to take your virtual pitch to the next level?

Why should you join this virtual event?

Get ready for a comprehensive master class with practical tools and advice from our industry expert to help your business deliver a virtual pitch to resonate with potential business prospects.

Many businesses have had to rapidly pivot their products or services to realign with changing market needs; the ability to translate this into a clear, concise and confident pitch is crucial to business success.

This interactive event will help you learn to pitch like a pro, fine-tune your sales delivery and be ready to deliver & convert in an online environment – you cannot afford to miss this essential one-stop-shop to pitching virtually.


What will you learn?

  • Discover a pitching methodology to ensure your message is compelling, professional and persuasive
  • Understand how to communicate a seemingly complex idea or business model with clarity and authority
  • Hear ideas on how to build rapport and present motivating messages
  • Learn what online tools you can use to create engaging and professional pitches in this new online working environment while continuing to keep your audiences engaged and interested
  • Understand how to overcome objections
  • And much more

When will this virtual event take place?

This virtual event will take place across two half-days. You must be available to attend both sessions:

  • Tuesday, 25 May 2021 | 10:00 – 13:30
  • Wednesday, 26 May 2021 | 13:00 – 16:30

Who is this event for?

This event is for UK businesses looking to deliver a compelling virtual pitch.

This event is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund*. As a result, a range of data points must be collected to assess your company’s eligibility.

Businesses must:

  • Be small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) according to the European SME definition
  • Be based in the South East of England
  • Be registered in the UK
  • Have not received more than €200,000 in public funds over the last 3 fiscal years