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Start-up Innovation 2017
Mon, 3 Apr 2017, 18:30 – Fri, 2 Jun 2017, 20:30 BST
Just 20 programme places available.
Starting a great venture is not enough.
This fascinating 4-week programme shows you in days what could take years to get right - how do you design better business models, new pricing models, the right partnerships and engage funders?
Start-up Innovation 2017 is a 4-week programme that brings together years of remarkable experience and expertise from working with 200 ventures and Silicon Valley. Providing you with fascinating insights, tools, strategies and real-world examples to help you design new business models, pricing models, build the right partnerships and more. An incredibly valuable learning experience that will remain with you for life.
Learning and outcomes
1. Defining your big purpose - learn how to better communicate your venture's purpose and differentiate yourself in a meaningful way.
2. Designing better business models - see how to design and structure better business models to engage different types of customers.
3. Building great partnerships - understand how to build partnerships with tech communities, the education sector, the music industry and more.
4. Creating new pricing models - learn the 4 main types of pricing models and create the right combination for your venture's customers, clients and sponsors.
5. Engaging funders - what are the common factors funders look for in ventures and how do you create a better pitch-deck?
How the programme works
1. Simply register your place.
2. Once you have registered you will recieve your joining instructions along with a follow-up phone call to discuss your ideal session days, dates and times, to what you would like to achieve on the programme.
3. Sessions are structred as 90 minute one-to-ones meetings, one evening a week for three weeks over a 4 week period in central London. With a pre-session task to complete before you attend your first session and a short task to complete in-between each session to achieve your learning outcomes.
Anthony David King is a British innovator with more than 10 years experience working with early-stage startups, national organisations, social investors, Silicon Valley and Startup Weekend to develop innovative ventures and business models that scale across a number of cities. In tech, education, the arts and music. This work now spans 200 ventures, across 15 cities and impacts millions of people every year.
Anthony is also the venture funding and innovation advisor for the new Innovation Hub of the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) - the organisation behind the Brit Awards and Mercury Music Prize that represents 90 per cent of the UK's recorded music industry and labels - where he helps to build new partnerships between innovative disruptive tech start-ups and forward-thinking music companies to enage new audiences and develop new revenue streams.
In 2016, Anthony was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Commerce for his contribution to developing innovative ventures across Britain.
Who should register?
Entrepreneurs, start-up founders, co-founders, creative professionals, small to medium sized charity managers and anyone who wants know how to design a framework for innovation for their venture.
What to expect?
To learn a lot, take lots of notes and understand things in ways you probably never have before.
Is there non-disclosure?
The programme has non-disclosure within its terms, and all sessions are structured as one-to-ones, so anything and everything you shared by you on the programme and in each session is strictly confidential.
Is there a longer programme?
Yes, see www.anthonydavidking.co.uk/join
Does my venture need to be up and running?
No, as each learning theme can be applied to many stages of development.
What should I bring?
A notepad and pens to take lots of notes, or a notebook (preferably not a laptop),
Got questions or feedback?
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