Ability to effectively pitch your startup ideas is a crucial skill for an aspiring entrepreneur. It will help you acquire financing, customers, partners, and top talent.
The forthcoming Startup Pitch Bootcamp will teach you how to pitch your ideas to investors, clients and recruit potential partners/co-founders. The intensive and collaborative workshop will feature leading startup founders who would walk you through the key ingredients of a successful pitch. After that, you will apply your learning to pitch to experts and peers who will give constructive feedback in a relaxed setting.
* Pius Okigbo (CEO, InfoSoft Nigeria Limited).
* Uzo Anekwe
* Dr. Peter Adewale Obadare (Founder/COO, Diital Encode Limited)
:Who Should Attend?
* Anyone who needs practice and expert advice on pitching.
* Anyone who has an idea for a startup or an early-stage company.
* Anyone interested in joining a new startup or looking for a co-founder.
A Pitch worksheet have been provided to enable you get the most out of this event: To access the worksheet visit this link https://fi.co/system/upload/Pitch_Bootcamp_Handout.pdf. You are required to fill out the worksheet and bring it to the Bootcamp. This will enable mentors to easily give feedback on your idea.
The event is FREE, and organisers are expecting over 50 people. For more information, visit http://fi.co/e/215691/meetup
For information about the investors, incubators, and tech events available, see our list of Startup Resources. (https://fi.co/startup_resources).
Interested in perfecting your pitch? Read our Pitch Deck Guide (https://fi.co/pitch_deck) and download templates.
This event is sponsored by the Founder Institute Lagos startup accelerator. Founder Institute provides a step-by-step programme that gives startup founders the structure, mentor support, and network of entrepreneurs they need to start an enduring company.
Based in Silicon Valley, with chapters across 60 countries, the Founder Institute’s mission is to “Globalise Silicon Valley” and build sustainable startup ecosystems worldwide.