GET.invest Virtual Matchmaking
Matchmaking sessions are part of the services offered by GET.invest to mobilise investments in renewable energy projects and businesses. This virtual session provided participants with an opportunity to connect with potential business partners, public and private investors and policymakers a series of select personal meetings.
The proven GET.invest Matchmaking format offers:
- An online platform, where participants can present themselves and their business, browse the profiles of other attendees, and request meetings with a single click.
- A free mobile app (available on the App Store and Google Play) where participants can manage their meetings when- and wherever they want.
- Personal assistance from the GET.invest Matchmaking team before and during the event.
The GET.invest Matchmaking session with bilateral virtual meetings were held right after the live sessions from 5:50 to 6:50 pm CET on Wed, 27 January and from 6:00 to 7:00 on Thu, 28 January. Each participant was able to have up to 4 virtual meetings of 15 minutes each per event day.
Instructions for Virtual 1:1 Meetings
- 1:1 meetings have to be managed remotely via Video Calls.
- Use devices having a Webcam & Microphone installed, preferably a computer having a webcam and microphone installed (Laptop, Notepads, etc).
- Keep an eye on 1:1 meeting timelines (Start/End) - Please start and end your meetings as indicated to avoid waiting times for your meeting partners.
- The Video conferencing is provided by the event platform, thus no need to install any software.
- All confirmed meetings (if any) show a button "Start Meeting" and date/time of the respective meetings.
- Once the time for the conversation has come, click the "Start Meeting" button (see Menu: Meetings or Agenda)
- Your meeting partner doesn't show up? - Use the "Message" button and ask for joining the meeting or re-schedule the meeting to another date/time.
GET.invest is a European programme which supports investments in decentralised renewable energy projects. It works with project and business developers, their associations, financiers and regulators towards affordable, reliable and sustainable energy for all. The programme is supported by the European Union, Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands and Austria.