HELSEED WORKSHOPS: Creating a business plan

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HELSEED WORKSHOPS: Creating a business plan

This is the workshop to help you to utilise a business plan as a tool to develop your idea and operations further and to convince investors

When and where

Date and time

Location

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About this event

The first HELSEED workshop of the autumn focuses on creating a business plan. Business plan is the most important roadmap of any business and it is the key document when securing funding.

Briefly put, a business plan is a description of your business operations and tells how you operate as an entrepreneur. With a solid business plan, not only can you convince investors, but you can also clarify your own goals, key functions and budget in concrete terms. A good business plan helps you to note possible shortcomings or gaps and therefore strengthens your business for future growth.

For whom:

This workshop is suitable for teams and individual participants, who already have a business or a business idea which they wish to develop. Regardless of the size of your business, you should always make a business plan. You can dive in in depth or make it a shorter description, as long as it serves your purpose.

Learning objectives:

  • Understanding of the key elements of a business plan & interdependencies of different areas of your business
  • Utilising a business plan as a tool to develop your idea and operations further
  • Knowing what aspects in the business plan are seen crucial to convince investors
  • Being able to pinpoint and fix weaknesses in your plan and prepare a strategy for potential threats

All workshops are free to join. This workshop is held via Zoom in English. Before the workshop, you will receive an email with a Zoom link.

Find out more information about the HELSEED workshops series from our website!

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