This workshop is for those who need to gain a quick understanding of the different funding options available to businesses as they grow. It includes a focus on preparing pitch ideas, the background work that goes into producing a pitch and pitching techniques.
16 October 2019
Australian Catholic University, North Sydney Campus
Building 533 – Room - 533.G.10 Ground Floor, 33 Berry Street North Sydney, NSW 2060
This workshop will cover funding options available to businesses and how to stage them over time
This includes FFF (friends, fools and family), pre-sales, grants, loans, convertible notes, crowdfunding (pre-sales and equity), equity (accelerator, angel networks, venture capital, SAFE, ESIC and IRR), and IPO[CS1]. We will look at the advantages, disadvantages and challenges of each option and the preferred path.
You will be introduced to presentation types, including one-on-one, one-to-many and web-to-many, and the implications for each. We will also examine three- and five-minute pitches, how to prove credibility to investors and using authenticity, energy and emotion. You will brainstorm places to test and practice your pitch.
By the workshop’s conclusion, you will:
Wednesday 16th October
4pm till 6pm
North Sydney Campus
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