Do you have an idea or project you really need funding for?
It is not any news that investors will first want to see your business plan before they decided whether your idea or project is fundable. The issue really is about what your business plan says to the reader within the first few minutes they take a look at it.
Right now, the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Program is on offering an opportunity for 1,000 entrepreneurs across Africa to receive seed capital of $5,000 each (estimated at N850,000). Also, the British Council’s Enterprise Challenge 2016 application closes tomorrow with N1.5 million up for grabs by the winner, and 20 other winners will travel to the UK for mentoring with Richard Branson of Virgin Atlantic.
Between where you are and the prize money you seek is what I call a “Killer” Business Plan.
Business plans have for long been technical write-ups with jargons that even the entrepreneur doesn’t understand. But hey, that is about to cease.
My organization, StartUpPlus, has launched a project designed to help birth and nurture 100,000 startups in 2016: Strictly Startups Project #StrictlyStartups. Now, #StrictlyStartups is hosting a novel training on HOW TO WRITE KILLER BUSINESS PLANS particularly for those of you putting in for venture competitions. Find details below:
The interesting thing about this training is that it holds on WhatsApp, meaning that wherever in the world you are, you can be a part of the training; and the fees are excruciatingly subsidized to alleviate cost concerns.
There is no reason why you won’t want to be a part of this! CALL RACHEL NOW!!!
It’s easy to register:
- Call Rachel or send an email to get payment details.
- Make payments, then send your WhatsApp number to us via e-mail to email@example.com
- Show up in class after you have been added to the WhatsApp class.
Time is 6pm (West African TIme, GMT +1). See you in class.
You are an Icon!
Adeleke David (Mr. Effectiveness)