04 Apr 2019

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Location: Leicester Racecourse
Leicester Racecourse

Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

A workshop which focuses on getting your business in the best position possible for investors providing practical ‘how to’ techniques and real-world stories to inspire and educate you.

To raise funds today, you need to be more than ready, you need to be worthy!

Investor worthiness means putting yourself into the mind of an investor and presenting from their point of view. It means knowing how to build a better business such that you position your opportunity to create the greatest chance of success.

Steve Young, Development Director of Winning Pitch is a proven accelerated growth business specialist who has managed not just one but three management consultancies to achieve multi-million-pound success.

This fully funded interactive workshop will offer practical “how-to” techniques and real-world stories that are guaranteed to inspire, educate and entertain you. Book your place today.

The workshop will cover:

  • Why traditional approaches to investor readiness are failing and how investor worthiness addresses the challenge. An investor worthiness test to find out where you need to focus your attention.
  • The Liberate “investor readiness” 6 Principles… what they are and how they can help you run the business today as if an exit or funding event will happen tomorrow.
  • A unique opportunity to get “hands-on” with some of the practical and proven techniques that sit behind the 6 Principles and apply it to your business.
  • A story of a small business leader who made £10 million using the Liberate Principles and still expects another £10 million when he fully exits in 3 years.


If you are interested in this workshop please click here.


This event is delivered as part of the Collaborate Growing Business Together project in partnership with East Midlands Chamber (Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire), LLEP Business Gateway and Winning Pitch and is specifically aimed at businesses based in Leicester and Leicestershire, with fewer than 250 employees and which meet the eligibility criteria.



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