This is a sponsored article on behalf of ICE.
If you're on the lookout for a completely free entertaining evening out, head to the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE). Pitch 200 will see up and coming civil engineers going head to head, trying to explain an engineering concept in just 200 seconds.
This is the perfect opportunity to brush up on your knowledge of the industry — be prepared for innovative methods too, as the competitors will use all sorts of weird and wacky ways to explain their chosen idea.
The event takes place on 19 March 2018 and is part of the 12-month series of activities to celebrate 200 years of ICE. These guys want everyone to realise just what an invaluable job civil engineers do. Whether you're a complete newbie or know a bit about the field, Pitch 200 is a free, informal and engaging way to get involved with civil engineering— why not give it a try?
After the unconventional engineering presentations, you'll be able to put your questions to the finalists and grill them on their engineering expertise, or discover more about what they do.
The worthy winner will have to impress a discerning London audience as well as an expert panel made up of people including former Editor of Infrastructure Intelligence, Antony Oliver.
Head to this free event for an entertaining evening which will expand your brain without shrinking your funds.
Find out more about Pitch 200 here.