Rheinland Pitch Sustainability Special!
22. Mai – STARTPLATZ Düsseldorf
Bewerbungsende: 08. Mai 23.59 Uhr
Vorpitch: 15. Mai von 16.00 bis 20 Uhr
Willst du Teil des Publikums sein und das Event live erleben? Dann buche jetzt ein Ticket!
Your pitch deck doesn’t have to be perfect – applicants will be invited to a pre-session where all invited startups get pitch training and a practice run with feedback. The selected startups will then have a whole week to improve for the pitch on stage.
Usually, the pitch event is also streamed online on YouTube.
More information about applications
Why should I apply with my startup?
At the Rheinland Pitch, you get to present your startup to an interesting audience of investors, media, industry, and the general public. Regardless if you’re looking for a lead investor, potential users and customers, your next employee, or spreading awareness – the platform offers something for everyone.
Additionally, you’ll receive professional investor pitch training and feedback from Vidar Andersen – a recognised authority on the subject – for free!
The application process
Stage 1: Application
Every founder with a startup at any stage from anywhere can apply. For the regular Rheinland Pitch, you apply by using the application form and providing the requested materials therein.
Stage 2: Pre-Event Training Session
Selected applicants will be invited to a private pre-event training and investment-readiness session one week out before the event. At the moment, the pre-event training sessions are held online via Zoom.
The Pre-Event Sessions have the following agenda:
Each startup then have 5 minutes to walk the jury through their pitch and the deck and 5-10 minutes of feedback is provided to each startups afterwards. At this pre-event session, timing is not a judging criteria. Traction (amount of product-market-fit proof) and performance quality (story and pitch deck) usually are, though.
A day or two later the startups selected for the public event are notified.
Stage 3: The Rheinland Pitch public event
The public Rheinland Pitch event usually puts 3 (min) to 5 (max) startups on stage to pitch for 7 minutes and an additional 7 minutes for answering questions and receiving feedback from the audience.
At the end of the public Rheinland Pitch event, the audience votes for the best pitching startup.