Join Hatch Enterprise for an in-depth session, learning and applying all the key components of running a business to your idea.
Hatch Enterprise are running a series of events to help would be entrepreneurs set up their own businesses – including social enterprises and CICs. In this session they will be introducing people to the Lean Model Canvas, a planning tool for business plans, and helping you to fill it in and develop your answers.
3 key things you will take away from the session:
- Seeing all the parts of your business idea on one page
- Identifying and testing the assumptions in your business idea
- Quickly and clearly explain your business idea to others
You’ll also leave with connections to other entrepreneurs, a completed practical tool you can use to build your business, and information about how else Hatch can help you on your business journey.
This session costs £10 per person, but bursary support is available. They want to make sure that our ticket prices don’t act as a barrier to underserved founders, so if you feel this event will benefit you and you’d like a bursary please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This session is also running on 25 Feb, 25 March, 22 April and 13 May.
About the Organiser, Hatch Enterprise
Hatch supports underrepresented entrepreneurs from across the UK to imagine, launch and grow businesses that are sustainable, successful and have a positive and lasting impact on their communities.
They’re committed to building a fairer society by helping develop entrepreneurs’ skills, knowledge and confidence through our unique programmes designed by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. Although a charity, they think and act like a business.
Since 2014, they’ve supported more than 5,000 UK entrepreneurs to flourish, building a vibrant network of partners, funders and investors who share their vision in the process.
They offer a range of programmes to support you at whatever stage of your business journey you are at. Whether you want to start a business idea that’s been on your mind for a while, or perhaps you already run a business and want to find out how you can access funding opportunities, join a community of entrepreneurs, or want to learn how to better market your product or service. Find out more on their website.