“The biggest innovations and learning curves happen on intersections.”
― THE MEDICI EFFECT ―
THE PITCH CLUB
The PITCH CLUB is a global master class series and mentoring programme dedicated to dialogue and collaboration across industries.
Designed as a roadshow, we host themed PITCH CLUB events around the world. At each stop-over we select new members into The PITCH CLUB NETWORK. They receive personal mentorship, marketing support, access to financing and connections to a global network to ultimately perfect their pitch and turn their ideas into reality.
WHO IS PART OF THE PITCH CLUB?
We are looking for entrepreneurial minded creators who have ready-to-pitch ideas. We mix filmmakers with technologists, authors with architects, journalists with data scientists, screenwriters with anthropologists ... to find truly original ideas and accelerate learning beyond industry walls.
HOW CAN PARTNERS GET INVOLVED?
The PITCH CLUB is supported by a network of global and local partners – government institutions, corporations, investors, universities and research labs. In each city we work with these partners to define the theme and scout for the best talent.
- PREVIOUS PITCH CLUB EVENTS -
In collaboration with the University of Cambridge. The PITCH CLUB Cambridge was hosted at Peterhouse Theatre – the oldest college provided a suitably contrasting backdrop for the dialogue about the future of media and television and the impact of technology on bioscience and the growing ‘quantified self movement’. Jason Silva, futurist and host of NatGeo show BRAIN GAMES took to the stage with Hunter Lee Soik, creator of dream-journal and recording app SHADOW.
CAMBRIDGE: 10 YEARS FROM NOW
We visited SVC2UK‘s annual summit in Cambridge - SVC2UK brings together early stage investors, successful serial entrepreneurs, students and alumni to discuss and debate how and why they have come to create and fund today’s most disruptive technologies that aim to change our world. What may product design, transportation, commerce, healthcare & medical innovations look, sound and feel like in 20 years from? We debated Hoverboards, Financial Markets, Surgical Robotics, Education and Future Cities with experts from Facebook, Google, August Capital, Edmodo and Intuitive Surgical.
TEL AVIV: GAMING
In collaboration with Google Campus Tel Aviv. The PITCH CLUB Tel Aviv brought together founders from some of the most innovative companies of the ‘Startup Nation’ Israel with television executives and participants from the Game Show Master Class. With the help of 10kg of LEGO, they jointly dissected the mechanics of formats from the legendary creators of ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire’ and mapped scenarios to re-invent these historic shows ‘in today’s times of the crowd’ and with the help of today’s social media technologies.
NEW YORK: JOURNALISM X DATA SCIENCE
In collaboration with the MADE IN NY MEDIA CENTER by IFP and NYC MediaLab, the PITCH CLUB New York focused on talents and ventures in online journalism and crowd-funded film making and distribution. Among the selected projects were the Kickstarter funded feature documentary “Be Here Now – The Andy Whitfield Story”, human story platform Narrative.ly and Glossy.io
BERLIN: HARDWARE PRODUCTS
At TECH OPEN AIR (TOA) in Berlin we scouted for product ideas and entrepreneurs from Berlin’s burgeoning hardware renaissance and the maker movement - in collaboration with BMW.