15‒17 January 2020, Bialystok, POLAND
Do you want to take a time optimization test for speaking and be rewarded for your results? If yes, then read the details about the contest.
Elevator Pitch Morning (EPM) is a contest organized on Bialystok University of Technology in the frames of international entrepreneurial event called “More Entrepreneurial Universities, International Staff Training Week” held on 15‒17 January 2020 in Bialystok. During the EPM you and your team will have chance to present your first/next business idea in the front of business/investment experienced jury and event participants. Time is limited to 6 minutes, so you have to be very precise with your presentation to cover all required aspects of your unicorn project and focus on making listeners fall in love in your idea. Best teams will be awarded in real high-value prizes.
You might want to ask now – how to prepare great presentation? Answer is easy – you can base on your experience as serial entrepreneur or just take part in special workshops focusing on investment presentations. Workshops will be made by experienced entrepreneurs and public speaker trainers on first week of December at Bialystok University of Technology. Details about the workshop will be published on November on this webpage, social medias of International Relation Offices of Bialystok universities and send by email.
Stay tuned and see you soon!
45A Wiejska St.
+48 85 746 90 94
+48 514 770 550
85 746 70 10
The cost of participation in the International week is 50 EUR.
The fee for participants includes: lunches and coffee breaks during International week (15-16 January) and costs of bonfire and sleigh ride in Suprasl (January 17) – transfers and participation included.
Bank account holder:
ul. Wiejska 45A
Bank name: PEKAO S.A ODDZIAŁ W BIAŁYMSTOKU
Account no: PL30124011541111000021487604
Swift Code: PKOPPLPW
Title of payment: ITWMEU2020
While making your International week payments, please note that
THE COSTS OF THE BANK TRANSFERS SHOULD BE PAID BY THE PARTICIPANT
Bialystok Technical University in Poland is happy to announce an Entrepreneurship Staff Week 2020. This event invites all representatives of academia and the business environment interested in developing innovation ecosystem based on the wider internationalization.
We want to share thoughts, experiences and best practices of tools for development of academic international entrepreneurship. We want to also discuss strategies for building a network for Internationalization Innovation Ecosystem.
Meeting will be a comprehensive approach constituting of plenary and group sessions, discussion forums as well as workshops and which will focus on the following thematic fields:
On the last day of the event will be held Elevator Pitch Contest.
An Elevator pitch is a short presentation of a business idea that explains the concept in a way such that any listener can understand it in a short period of time.
The International week will be held in Białystok, at the Faculty of Computer Science at Bialystok University of Technology.
Is the biggest technical university in north-eastern of Poland which was established in 1949 and has a long tradition of educating engineers and young scientists. Now we have nearly 8,500 students and 660 teachers – experts in their fields. Bialystok University of Technology has 6 Faculties (Departments): Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Computer Science, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Management.
Bialystok is the largest city in northeastern Poland and the capital of the Podlaskie Voivodeship. Białystok is the tenth-largest city in Poland, second in terms of population density, and thirteenth in area.
Białystok is located in the Białystok Uplands of the Podlaskie Plain on the banks of the Biała River. It has historically attracted migrants from elsewhere in Poland and beyond, particularly from Central and Eastern Europe. This is facilitated by the nearby border with Belarus also being the eastern border of the European Union, as well as the Schengen Area. The city and its adjacent municipalities constitute Metropolitan Białystok. The city has a warm summer continental climate, characterized by warm summers and long frosty winters. Forests are an important part of Białystok’s character, and occupy around 1,756 ha (4,340 acres) (17.2% of the administrative area of the city) which places it as the fifth-most forested city in Poland.
The first settlers arrived in the 14th century. A town grew up and received its municipal charter in 1692. Białystok has traditionally been one of the leading centers of academic, cultural, and artistic life in Podlachia and the most important economic center in northeastern Poland.