Where: Bryn Mawr College
* Creating a Business Plan and Financials to Support It
* Developing a Marketing Plan
* Bringing in Outside Capital: Ownership and Control
* Looking for Investors: The Dos and Don'ts of the Investor Pitch
THE WORKSHOP: Run by a team of Managing Directors from Golden Seeds, a New York based investor group that provides early stage capital to women entrepreneurs. Instructors bring extensive expertise in finance, marketing and angel investing.
Learn from seasoned professionals who know what investors look for when funding new businesses. Come ready to participate in hands-on exercises and case studies.
The Basics of Entrepreneurship - Past Agenda
Bryn Mawr College -October TBD, 2013
9:00 Dreams, Goals, Plans: Taking an idea to the next level
9:30 The Business Model – 12 Building Blocks
10:45 Breakout sessions on Business Model
12:00 Lunch (Speaker - Imran Shah)
2:00 Business Model (continued)
3:00 Marketing Strategy & Competitive Analysis
4:30 Networking 101
5:30 Session end
9:00 Financial Statements as Tools for Success
10:45 Capital Planning
12:00 Lunch (Alumni Speaker - Jane Donohue, PhD '83)
2:00 Pitching to Potential Investors
3:00 Exits: Selling the Company
3:30 Closing Remarks
4:00 Session end
To Register: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Golden Seeds Training
Spread the Wealth!
As an angel investing group dedicated to supporting women entrepreneurs, Golden Seeds is also committed to training and sharing best practices as a core component of its mission. Spreading the wealth of knowledge and skills empowers individuals – enabling greater business success, financial gains and personal satisfaction.
Golden Seeds’ training product portfolio focuses on the needs and interests of its primary constituencies: angel investors and women entrepreneurs. All training is designed around high-value, practical content and a rich, interactive learning experience. A Golden Seeds training session is always:
Lead by experienced professionals ready to lend their personal expertise -- including finance, marketing, business management, technology and/or investing. An open, collaborative and supportive learning environment. All questions are considered good questions. Focused on providing practical information and tools that participants can put into action, with sessions that typically have a combination of instruction, hands-on, and other workshop activities.