New this year:
The Hyvecamp Business Hackathon!
Here is how it works:
The business hackathon is a major part of ASI in 2018/19 and will start on Friday morning, the 28th of December and last until the New Year’s program. A business hackathon is an opportunity for you (and many others who wish to) to pitch your business/ministry idea in 2 minutes. Here is how it works.
Don’t be sad if your idea is not chosen. Rather, as a community of like-minded individuals, we want to support each other and rejoice in each other’s success; what we learn through this process will also help us improve our own ideas.
This year’s convention is going to be very exciting and you will want to be part of the development of these new innovations. Start thinking about the idea you would like to present at the upcoming ASI Convention and submit it here
How to prepare my pitch for the Business Hackathon?
Many of you have asked how you should go about pitching your idea so that it will be one of the 7 chosen ones. Read carefully, here is the answer:
What should your 2-minute pitch contain?
Here are a few things that investors/mentors will ask in the minutes following your pitch, if you haven’t shared them yet:
Pitch Deck Guide
We want to help you get ready for your pitch by providing you with two useful documents:
1. In the below document, you will find an outline with many useful tips on how to develop your pitch successfully.
2. FasttrackVC* – one of Hyvecamp’s sponsors – has developed useful tips on how to do a great powerpoint. Even though you don’t need to use a powerpoint in the first pitch, it’s good to use something visual and also having it ready can be beneficial for the final one in case your idea is chosen, or to present it to anyone else at the event.
*FasttrackVC is a Venture Capital Firm founded and run by Ruben Dias.
Submit your powerpoint here by the 26th December 21:00.
There will be two slots, where some participants will be able to schedule a 10 to 15-minute coaching session with one of the speakers, mentors, investors to talk about their own startup idea.