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2013 UCL Bright Ideas Awards ‘How to write a business plan’ Workshop
Wednesday, February 6, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
2013 UCL Bright Ideas Awards: ‘How to write a business plan’ workshop
Date: Tuesday 6th February 2013
Venue: UCL Anatomy G04 Gavin de Beer Lecture Theatre, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
This workshop is only for current UCL students who intend to apply for the Bright Ideas Award
A credible business plan is essential if your business is seeking external funding. But that’s not the only reason why you need one – writing the plan will ensure that you’ve thoroughly explored all the key elements of your proposed business.
“Writing a Business Plan forces you into disciplined thinking, if you do an intellectually honest job. An idea may sound great, but when you put down all the details and numbers, it may fall apart”
Eugene Kleiner, Venture Capitalist
A business plan describes the business opportunity that you wish to exploit, identifies your target market, and explains how you plan to pursue it. This workshop will go through all the elements required, including defining the key drivers for success, explaining the business model and future financial projections, defining your differentiators, and providing the team members’ credentials.
You are strongly advised to attend this session, even if you already have a business plan.
Please REGISTER using the link above.
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For full terms and conditions, please visit: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/advances/training/short-courses/terms
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The centre for entrepreneurship at UCL, UCL Advances, offers training, networking and business support for staff, students and external entrepreneurs to encourage and enable new enterprises to get going. Unique in the UK Higher Education sector, its primary role is to promote a culture of entrepreneurship on campus and engagement with entrepreneurs and small businesses beyond UCL's boundaries, and currently delivers over 30 activity programmes.