Join the ultimate pitching acceleration course and learn the indispensable smart-cuts to prepare and present a winning pitch.
Find out the answers to these investment questions, and more…
Hear directly from our panel of venture capital investors
Learn how to compile and design a winning Pitch Deck with input from founders and investors to ensure you cover all the bases.
Learn how to capture the attention of investors from entrepreneurs who have successfully pitched themselves.
This is a DIY online course. We provide you with the information and actions you need for effective pitching – but the implementation is up to you. Our premier programmes include weekly pitch practice sessions with live coaching and direct feedback. You will however be granted the opportunity to sit in on a Demo Day where people pitch live and get feedback on their pitches.
This course doesn’t include live investor pitching. If you’re interested in weekly pitch practice with mentors, and pitching in front of investors monthly, then please check out our premiere programmes. These include Startup Launch for aspiring and early-stage entrepreneurs, and Ignition for existing businesses.
We encourage everyone to focus on their pitch deck first, prior to any business plan. The pitch deck is what investors hear first and what captivates their attention. They receive many pitch decks a day, so the pitch deck needs to be good! They are not interested in reading long business plans.
This is a DIY online course and includes all the key guidance you will need for pitching. It’s up to you to take it all in and apply it to your business. If you are interested in regular coaching or mentoring sessions, then Founders Circle would be great for you.
The earlier you do this course the better! You’ll learn the options available to you to fund your new business, and what you should be focusing on ahead of time for investment.
The type of investor you need is often dependent on a number of factors. These include your industry, type of business, your stage, your business maturity and what you plan is for using the money invested. In the course we explain how these factors relate to the type of investors you should look for. When it comes to the investors themselves, they also have different focuses e.g. technology or health. We can give you guidance on how to approach this, and plan your conversations, but we won’t be able to give a list tailored to you.
We would love to welcome you to join our online communities. You can access more advice, and attend our monthly events. We also provide additional courses you may benefit from as you continue to grow your business.