Startup Workshop: From Plan To Pitch
Starting your own business is scary. Really scary.
How do you know if your idea is any good? Or if your customers will ever show up? How do you prepare your business plan into a pitch deck to present to your target audience? How do you present your business as a golden opportunity for investors to invest?
Entrepreneurship is not a mythical, illusive creature and it is not a secret that is hidden behind doors. You CAN learn how to become a successful Entrepreneur and you CAN learn how to prepare yourself well.
The Business Model Canvas is an effective strategic management and entrepreneurial tool designed for early-stage or existing companies to design, challenge and develops many aspects of their business. The pitch deck (also known as an investor deck) is the first communication tool used to provide your audience with a quick overview of your business plan and to help you raise money with a potential investor. The content of the pitch deck, along with your presentation (also known as a pitch), can help the investor to determine quickly whether or not to continue evaluating your business opportunity.
In this course, you are going to learn:
1) How to design your idea into a viable business using Business Model Canvas;
2) How to structure your business plan into an effective pitch deck; and
3) How to build a compelling story to invite your investors to invest into your business.
This workshop is suitable for anyone who is interested in becoming an entrepreneur and build a viable startup business.
Guest Trainer’s Profile:
Former CEO of Financial Planning Association of Singapore and CMO of a regional business consultancy and corporate training company, Steven is currently the Managing Director of an angel investment company. He had over 16 years of professional experience in personal investment. He had authored a Study Guide in the area of Investment for Singapore Certified Financial Planner™ certification programme. A regular speaker and trainer in many seminars and workshop.
In 2012, he co-founded and successfully sold a preschool financial literacy programme teaching preschoolers on savings, sharing, spending and entrepreneurship. In 2014, he had also appeared in Channel NewsAsia MoneyMind to share his views and experiences on Personal Investment.
Besides being a mentor to many startups and personally invested in a few businesses, Steven is regularly invited to judge many pitching events, including EDGE Hack 2017 and INSEAD Demo Day 2017. He is also currently a Startup Mentor under Tri5 Ventures Next50 initiative, which is a movement for and by the entrepreneur community, launched with the aim to provide complimentary one-on-one mentoring sessions for early-stage start-ups. Recently, he was appointed by Temasek Polytechnic and Republic Polytechnic to be one of their Startup Mentors.
- The event description was updated. Diff#322841 2018-03-11 04:33:19