Are you fascinated by turning ideas into tech products?
Do you enjoy hearing startup founders tell their stories?
Teaching yourself to code? Want to change the world through tech?
Then this free online event is for you!
Join us at 12 noon on Wednesday 28 April at the next #FemaleTechFounder event as a panel of female tech founders and co-founders join forces to tell their stories, celebrate successes and share what they’re looking forward to next.
Please note: This event is not just for women!
Everyone interested in tech, startups and everything that goes into creating products users love is invited!
We are doing things a little differently at this event which is in partnership with NatWest!
Come along and pick up all the tips you need to put together the perfect elevator pitch and leave brimming with confidence after getting your masterpiece critiqued!
There will be time at the end for attendees to deliver a 60 second pitch to the NatWest Business Builder team.
We will also fit in a healthy amount of networking so come ready to mingle!
The event should finish around 1:30pm.
About this Event:
Pitching with Purpose
If you haven’t got a clear 60-second pitch, you could be missing out on opportunities to grow your business every day. Even in such uncertain times, you never know when the opportunity to support others may arise, so it is important to be able to explain your business quickly and simply.
Join the NatWest Business Builder team as we break the 60-second or ‘elevator’ pitch down into its component parts. You’ll come away with a clear understand around what to put in and leave out and how to structure for maximum impact. We’ll give you all the tools, tips and hints for you to crack on with writing a pitch you’re confident in and proud of straight away. We’ll also share some great practical tips when pitching to an audience of 1 or 100.
Our brilliant speakers:
Heather Waters (@heatherwaters15), Regional Enterprise Manager North West, NatWest Business Banking
Nick McCafferty, (@NickAccelerator), Enterprise Acceleration Manager, NatWest
Adam Clayton, (@Adamclayton4321), Local Enterprise Manager, Manchester, Greater Manchester, Lancashire
Host: Claire-Marie Boggiano (@CMBoggiano), director, Lurig Change Management
We have an interactive question board ready for the social Q&A and social engagement taking place before, during and after the event and we’d like you to send in your questions for our speakers before 5pm on Tuesday 27 April.
We want to hear from any founders worried about the impact the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is having on funding. Anonymous questions are welcome: to send one in simply click on the purple Post Anonymously button at the top of the question board.
We will also be running some quick polls ahead of the event. Please take a moment to vote below, no registration required.
Thank you for your valuable insights, you are supporting the startup community at this critical time.
Here come the polls.
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