Founder Hotseat: Pitch your global startup idea to Investors & Experts
Do you have a global startup, or a strong idea for a global startup? Could you use blunt, honest feedback on your startup ideas? On this live and interactive online event you can pitch your ideas to a panel of Start Local Go Global startup investors and experts for ratings and feedback, all from the comfort of your home. Even if you don’t want to pitch, you are invited to hear startup ideas and watch how the experts analyze businesses. (this event will be in English without simultaneous translation)
The Start Local Go Global Program is a 3.5 month virtual acceleration program where pre-seed funding entrepreneurs and early stage teams are supported to build an enduring company by establishing a critical support network of local and global startup experts that are invested in their success, and providing a structured and challenging business-building process that has helped our alumni raise over $800M. The program, which is a partnership between Founder Institute and JUPTER, also counts with several international affiliations that will act as resources & globalization opportunities for founders that participate in the program.
All Start Local Go Global ecosystem events & program sessions (including all talks, presentations, assignments & deliveries) will be in English without translation. The program is adequate to individuals who have at least a fluent grasp of the English language and are looking to improve to full business proficiency.
Who should Attend?
- Anyone who wants feedback from leading entrepreneurs
- Anyone who has an early-stage startup and wants expert feedback
- Anyone who has an idea for a startup or a tech company
- Anyone who needs practice and expert advice on pitching
We will be selecting people from the audience to pitch, and will do as many as time allows. To prepare, work on your one sentence pitch at http://fi.co/madlibs.
Spectators are welcome!
Even if you don’t want to pitch, you are invited to register, hear startup ideas, and watch how the experts analyze and critique new businesses.