Workshop: Pitching - How to be convincing! - Aalborg

Workshop: Pitching - How to be convincing! - Aalborg


27.11.2019 kl. 09.00 - 12.00


Learn how to frame and phrase your research – and to pitch it in the most attractive way, understandable to most people.

The purpose of the workshop is to help PhD students and researchers present their ideas to interested people outside one’s own special field of interest. The point of learning the art of Pitching, is beyond matters of ‘presentation technique’. When we present something we are very familiar with, to people who already have basic understanding of what the idea is about, it is relatively easy. However, presenting an idea to someone who might not have the insights that you do, is a skill that can be and usually should be practised more than once. Pitching is the art form of convincing people one has never met before, into seeing why an idea is a good idea. The term ‘Pitching’ is linked to concepts of entrepreneurship and selling, but is equally applicable in regular jobs and more diverse situations in everyday lives.

The workshop consists of general introductions to what good pitches contain and what things to avoid, followed by practising the skill. 



SEA, AAU Innovation



Business Developer Lasse Jensen, SEA, AAU Innovation


Deadline to sign up:

November 22, 2019


Important information:

You as an attendee must be a PhD student, postdoc or researcher. You do not have to have a specific commercial idea already, but it will increase the output of the workshop if you bring an idea.


Aalborg University, Fibigerstræde 11, 9220 Aalborg Øst, Room 3 


Sign up no later than November 22nd at


Number of seats:



Free (food/drink not included)



Business Developer Ivan Butler





About Science for Society:

The Science for Society project is a multi-partner project to help researchers commercialise ideas from research. Partners include Århus University, Aalborg University and Lund University.  The project period is 2019-2021, with different activities within and around entrepreneurship for researchers, e.g.:

    - workshops
    - PhD courses
    - Inspirational events
    - and more.

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These activities are part of the EU Interreg project Science for Society 2.0 (2019-2021).

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