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Lean Startup in Action #2 - Pitching your Idea

Scott Bales

Wednesday, November 13, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)

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Can you clearly articulate your idea in less than 60 seconds? Learn how to capture the attention of investors, customers and partners with impactful pitches

 

Let’s face it; Venture Capitalist and Angel Investors don’t get much time to here pitches. The result of thousands of new entrepreneurs, innovators or ideas results in a mass of ideas to sift through. So how can you stand out from the crowd?

 

We are living in the age of the entrepreneur — more people are starting up, and it's ever important to stand out in the crowd. When pitching investors, then, it's crucial that entrepreneurs do their research, understand what's expected of them and pitch accordingly.

 

 

 “If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough.” - Albert Einstein

 

 

Your ability to create impactful pitches has a direct impact on your ability to get your idea off the ground. Whether your trying to convince investors to believe in your idea, trying to win over the hearts of potential customers, or trying to land a critical partnership deal, your ability to articulate your vision is all they have to evaluate you on.

 

Learn how to structure pitches that resonate the core values, offering and market of your idea in ways that instantly capture the attention of your audience. Whether its investors, angels, customers or partners, be certain you can get your intended message across.

 

In this bite sized workshop learn:

  • The basic building blocks of great pitches
  • Extracting core values from your idea
  • Structuring impactful words
  • Pitch validation and testing
  • Does your pitch resonate

If you wish to pay offline (via bank deposit), kindly email the secretariat at cbs.philippines@gmail.com

Have questions about Lean Startup in Action #2 - Pitching your Idea? Contact Scott Bales

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Wednesday, November 13, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM (PST)


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Scott Bales

About Scott

Scott is a self-proclaimed extrovert who has meshes a fascination with people and what motivates them, with a raw enthusiasm for technology. Scott is a founding member of Moven the mobile-centric payments business that helps customers to spend, save and live smarter. A founder at Next Bank, a mentor to Entrepreneurs throughout world with Lean Startup Machine, sits on the Board of educational empowering NGO, Care Pakistan and holds advisory positions at, InvitreHUB Singapore and CDI Apps 4 Good.  Scott's energy transfers to the stage as a globally recognized speaker on The Digital Shift, Consumers, Mobility and Innovation.

 

Scott has worked with various governments in Asia Pacific and Africa, taking on key advisory roles for countrywide infrastructure, and mobile commerce projects. As a multifaceted techie, he was instrumental in developing the mobile commerce space for markets in Malaysia, Singapore Cambodia, Indonesia and the Philippines. He is on a mission to transform mainstream thought processing around conventional business practices.

 

When not in a boardroom or on centre stage, you’re likely to find Scott devouring, tweeting, and writing on the latest and greatest in the world of mobility, serendipity, user experience and entrepreneurial leadership. An outlet that landed him a contribution to best-selling book, Bank 3.0, Korean best-seller, Beyond Startup, and the upcoming ‘NextGen Finance’ and ‘Are you ready for Isaac?’

 

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