FPA2’s Olivier Wenden joins jury for Ocean Pitch Challenge

An empowering and conservation-focused competition, the Ocean Pitch Challenge has announced that applications can now be submitted for its 2024 edition ahead of the final in May, which will see the Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco’s CEO Olivier Wenden take a place on the jury. 

The event, of which the Fondation Prince Albert II de Monaco (FPA2) is a partner, is a collaborative effort between the Sustainable Ocean Alliance (SOA) and RespectOcean in France to support entrepreneurs and thinkers is making real their dreams and aspirations. 

Not only does the Ocean Pitch Challenge help shine a light on pioneering conservation concepts, but it also provides a platform for skill enhancement, particularly when it comes to delivering a strong pitch.

The 10 handpicked finalists will all receive specialist coaching in the art of pitching to give them the skills to better present their ideas to potential investors.  

The event also acts as a networking hub, connecting participants with experts, potential partners and investors in the maritime conservation field. 

As such, winners and participants can expect rewards that extend beyond trophies and titles. These include media exposure, opportunities to showcase their projects at major events and memberships to influential networks. Such rewards are designed to offer real-world benefits and help scale the participants’ projects. 

A grand finale will take place in Paris in May and it has been confirmed that the FPA2’s CEO and Vice-President Olivier Wenden will be on the deciding jury.  

Applications must be submitted by 29th February 2024.

Click here for more information about the Ocean Pitch Challenge and here to submit an application. 


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