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Who wants to be an Entrepreneur?

Who wants to be an Entrepreneur?



Who wants to be an Entrepreneur?

Who wants to be an Entrepreneur?



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    • Who wants to be an Entrepreneur? IE – Angels Den Seminar
    • Agenda 17.30 – 18.00 Arrival / Registration 18.00 – 18.05 Introduction IE Business School – Angels Den Seminar 18.05 – 18.15 Introduction IE Business School 18.15 – 18.45 WHY, not HOW by Mike Handcock What is the key question that entrepreneurs need to answer to make investors really interested? It is not so much on how you are going to run your business but rather why you are doing it! In other words it is about relying on the vision and mission of the entrepreneur when selling ones idea. Mike Handcock is the Chairman & Founder of Rock Your Life, international speaker and bestseller author of books about business and personal development. 18.45 – 19.00 Financing Schemes for start-ups and start-up partners , by Patrick Lim A brief introduction on existing government support schemes for entrepreneurs and investors for Singapore-based start-ups. Patrick Lim is Head of New Business Support at SPRING Singapore, the enterprise development agency responsible for helping Singapore enterprises grow
    • Agenda 19.00 – 19.20 Coffee Break 19.20 – 20.15 Who wants to be an Entrepreneur? By Prof. Dr. Martin de Holan Ten Common Mistakes made by Entrepreneurs and how to avoid them - “Entrepreneurs, and would be entrepreneurs, often think their travails are as unique as their ideas. We beg to disagree. Research shows that most entrepreneurs will make predictable mistakes, which can be easily overcome by understanding what they are and what (negative) consequences they will have for them.” Prof Dr. Pablo Martin de Holan is the Chair of Entrepreneurship Department at IE Business School. In addition, he is an active consultant for international organizations such as the World Bank, Oxfam, and Daimler AG and contributes to academic journals and business press. 20.15 – 20.20 Introduction Angels Den 20.20 – 20.30 Entrepreneurial Pitch 20.30 – 20.45 Feedback Round on Pitch by Prof. Martin, Mike Handcock, SPRING 20.45 – 21.15 Closing & Networking