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  • What you will find in this course

    The course covers elements related to entrepreneurship and innovation in Industry x.0, such as

    - What types of financing may one entrepreneur use

    - Entrepreneurship tools - the Business Model Canvas, the Value Proposition Canvas, the Buyer Personas Canvas, the Lean Canvas, etc.

    - How to Pitch

    - What is a Moat

    - Using AI for Entrepreneurship

    and more...

    • What types of Financing may you receive?

    • Entrepreneurship Tools

      As an entrepreneur, there are many tools you may use. Find in this section links to some of the most used. 

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    • How to Pitch

      A pitch is a short, approximately 3-5 minute presentation of a business idea to a potential investor or partner. The purpose of a pitch is to convince the investor to invest in your business or partner with you.

      A good pitch should be:

      • Clear and Concise: You should be able to explain your business idea clearly and concisely in just a few minutes.
      • Persuasive: You should be able to convince the investor that your business idea is profitable and worth investing in.
      • Realistic: You should present a realistic business idea that can be successfully implemented.

      An elevator pitch is a brief, persuasive speech to spark interest in what your organization does or in a project, idea, product, or yourself. It is called an "elevator pitch" as it's meant to be delivered during an elevator ride, which is approximately 30 seconds to 2 minutes.

      Key components of an effective elevator pitch include:

      1. Clarity: It should clearly explain the idea or concept in simple language.

      2. Conciseness: It is brief and to the point, without unnecessary details.

      3. Goal-Oriented: The pitch should have a clear objective, whether seeking investment, a potential sale, a partnership, or just making a connection.

      4. Engaging: It should grab the listener's attention and make them interested in hearing more.

      5. Persuasive: It should be compelling enough to persuade the listener to take action, like scheduling a meeting for further discussion.

      6. Memorable: It should leave a lasting impression, making the listener remember you and your message.

      7. Tailored to the Audience: It's often customized based on who you are speaking to, focusing on what would appeal most to that specific audience.

      8. Call to Action: It usually ends with a call to action, prompting the listener to take the next step.

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    • AI for Entrepreneurs

    • Other resources