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Businessplan competition
Introduction
Why?
“Since I was a small child, one of my dreamshas been to compete in motor vehicle racesall over the world with a vehicle of...
Our Race  Network of international business schools  Start-up cafe  “test our “mettle” against the other business schools”...
Our “racetrack”
Us Race to win We strive to wow the jury with the best businessplan & pitch
Plan / expectations  Play to win.  Play to learn and get better  2 phases     national training & selection (national jury...
Timetable  Kick-off / team formation (today)     teams of 4     look for specific skills  Training / development businessp...
Roles  Sandra Farwer & Ernst Phaff: coaches and contacts  Jury:     Hans Segers (General Manager KWx)     Piter Mandemaker...
Rules  Don’t let your team down  1 hour of “expertise” per CoM and IFM expert team (“credit card”)  The dates for the “cha...
Pay-off  Fun!  Playing in a NIBS accredited competition  Honing your pitching skills and strategic insight  Getting valuab...
Summary 3 Feb. Kick- off                                       wk 10 – blok 3: finalize plan and presentation – last     O...
Summary
Step 1  Form the teams  Discuss business ideas  Discuss team organisation  Inform coaches about the outcome of the first m...
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    1. 1. Businessplan competition
    2. 2. Introduction
    3. 3. Why?
    4. 4. “Since I was a small child, one of my dreamshas been to compete in motor vehicle racesall over the world with a vehicle of my ownmaking, and to win”“If Honda does not race, there is no Honda.”
    5. 5. Our Race Network of international business schools Start-up cafe “test our “mettle” against the other business schools” “test your business ideas and skills against those of other schools”
    6. 6. Our “racetrack”
    7. 7. Us Race to win We strive to wow the jury with the best businessplan & pitch
    8. 8. Plan / expectations Play to win. Play to learn and get better 2 phases national training & selection (national jury) finals on the NIBS congress in Maastricht (international jury) Focus business idea business plan pitch
    9. 9. Timetable Kick-off / team formation (today) teams of 4 look for specific skills Training / development businessplans We will provide you with challenges that will test your plans and pitchings skills. We will provide expertise knowledge so you can prepare for these challenges National selection (april 26th) “more training” Finals (mid-may)
    10. 10. Roles Sandra Farwer & Ernst Phaff: coaches and contacts Jury: Hans Segers (General Manager KWx) Piter Mandemaker (owner Mandemaker suits) Ron du Chatinier of Olaf Houben Hans van Oudheusden Gerard van der Star Rogier Cazemier “Experts”
    11. 11. Rules Don’t let your team down 1 hour of “expertise” per CoM and IFM expert team (“credit card”) The dates for the “challenges” are final. you must do your own planning you must resolve scheduling conflicts yourselves. Ms. Farwer and Mr. Phaff will back you up in case of scheduling conflict. Decisions of the jury are final
    12. 12. Pay-off Fun! Playing in a NIBS accredited competition Honing your pitching skills and strategic insight Getting valuable feedback on your dreams and plans Chance to work together with other disciplines and learn Talent points (IFM excellence students): learning to create synergy elective points (CoM students)
    13. 13. Summary 3 Feb. Kick- off wk 10 – blok 3: finalize plan and presentation – last Out come: selection of HRO teams and feedback from coaches and expert discussion of Business case subjects April 26: Presentation of Business Plan – National Selection midweek wk 1 blok 3: Send business case subject to coaches (Mrs. Farwer en Mr. Phaff) midweek wk 2 blok 3: Discuss with coaches May 22: Final presentation subject and finalize subject and table of content wk 2 – wk 8 blok 3: Remember: Find the best way to get most out of your team, the coaches and expert. develop plan Your coaches are not always at school, but we can be very communicate wise with the coaches – keep flexible concerning way of communicating and time – but we them up to date, use them for strategic need to know and be able to plan. support use your credit card for the expert wisely
    14. 14. Summary
    15. 15. Step 1 Form the teams Discuss business ideas Discuss team organisation Inform coaches about the outcome of the first meeting
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