Alongside your written application, you will also need to submit a video pitch.
Your pitch must be:
submitted in video format. It can be filmed on any computer or mobile device.
You can either pitch straight to screen and physically show your product or service or you can hand in an electronic presentation (e.g. PowerPoint) with your voice over added.
The submission must be a maximum of 5 minutes long.
It should be sent, with your written application, to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than 5.00 pm 28th May 2021.
Column 1 of the table below shows what criteria the judges will be marking against and the highest scoring candidates will be successful on gaining a place on the project. Column 2 of the table contains guidance on things to include in your pitch and what the judges will be looking for from a good candidate. Each application will be judged on the business proposition & idea, your potential as a participant on the project and whether the project is the right option for you.
The judging panel will not have the opportunity to speak to you, so your application form and video pitch must be as strong as you can make them.
The video pitch was well prepared, delivered and explained the business idea succinctly.
You might have a great idea, but the judges also want to see your personal drive and passion for this business. Make sure your video submission gets your personality across. Judges will want to know about:
In this section the judges are assessing whether the biSU project is the best option for you right now so:
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