Go Beyond Network

How to pitch

ESIL - Early Stage Investing Launchpad
12 November
Monday 12th of November From 16:00 to 17:30 CET
This is a virtual event
Free event
Event closed


Why should you join this webinar?

Boosting the early stage investing ecosystem is a twofold effort: from one side professionalizing the investors and growing the supply of money ready to be invested and from the other side creating the demand – a pipeline of “ready to invest” companies. The investor readiness module presents in detail what an entrepreneur needs to know and tackle when he/she searches for a financial partner, the key components of a pitch and an introduction to business modelling and the most common company valuation methods.

By proceeding to register to this event I agree and acknowledge that:

  • The personal data that I provide in the registration form will be shared with the partners involved in the ESIL project: META Group, Business Angels Europe (the European association of Business Angels), EBN - The European Network of Business Innovation Centres, the European Crowdfunding network, Go Beyond Investing, LINC Scotland and Bpifrance;
  • I would like to receive communication related to the ESIL project from Go Beyond Investing or any of the ESIL partners (this includes but is not limited to information about next webinars, physical events organised by ESIL, new free content available on the ESIL platform).

What will be covered?

Andrea Di Anselmo will cover the key components and tips for a successful pitch and what investors are looking for in a startup.

Target audience


Potential business angels

About the trainer: Andrea Di Anselmo

Andrea Di Anselmo is a founding member of META. He has 25 years of experience in innovation and startup support gained participating to international projects and influencing strategic addresses as member of the BoD of intermediary organizations, research institutes, Business Angels Networks and SMEs. He is in the Board of Directors of META Ventures, the management company operating the Ingenium seed funds in Italy, Slovenia and Poland. He is the Vice President of INSME, the International Association of SMEs.