Invitation to attend workshop on Business plan for entrepreneurs  by Nurture Talent Academy in association with 360 Degrees HR Consulting Services Pune.

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  • Do you want to start your own venture? 
  • Have a great idea but cannot articulate it in a formal document? 
  • Do not know what investors look for in a business plan? 



Business Plan is the key element for an entrepreneur in the lifecycle of his/her startup. It is required to communicate the essential elements of the business to investors, employees and key customers. 
About Nurture Talent Academy 

Nurture Talent Academy, started by Amit Grover, an IIT Delhi and IIM Indore
alumnus, is India's 1st training institute for entrepreneurs. It has conducted
its workshops over 7 cities in India, attended by nearly 275 startups. Amit is
also a member of Mumbai Angels, a group of angel investors and has led over 20
angel stage deals in last 3.5 years.


Seminar / Workshop Venue and Schedule details:

DATE: 24/Jul/2010- Saturday.


9.30 AM – 10 AM – Introductions.

10 AM – 11 AM – Key elements of business plan – financials, marketing, team,
competition, assumptions 

11 AM – 12.30 PM – Standard formats for presentation, excel and word templates 

12.30 PM – 1.30 PM – Do’s and don’ts, Common mistakes in a business plan 

1.30 PM – 2.30 PM – Lunch 

2.30 PM – 5 PM – Hands on session and review – make your own business plan
under expert guidance 

You also get a chance to learn from successful entrepreneurs and investors. Free
Business plan template and ref. study material will be send to all start ups in
advance before workshop.

Venue: The Coronet Hotel, Deccan Gymkhana, Pune-04.


 Fees:  Rs 2500 per Delegate, inclusive of lunch.. 10% discount is applicable for more than 3 participants. 

For registration:  



Call: 9604316077/9833410822 –Vivek Trivedi / Amit Grover for details.

Wishing  you all the best for your business.



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