Preparing the Package: How to Pitch to Investors

Preparing the Package: How to Pitch to Investors

Thailand Startup Week is a Free five-day, entrepreneur-led, community-run event held to celebrate, showcase, empower, inspire, and grow the startup community and culture through knowledge sharing in meetings, gatherings, lectures, and other exciting activities. From 18-22 July, we are hosting over 50 FREE events across Bangkok in multiple locations. You are viewing one of these events.

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Preparing the Package: How to Pitch to Investors

The key to standing out and setting a lasting impression is to tell a good story. I will lead a discussion to help you understand how to unlock your startup's story. We will have an interactive talk about the who, what, why, where and how for your startup. Tell a good story and the investors will always remember you.

Join tech startup guru Michael Smith, for an informal session on how to pitch to investors. What to prepare, how to prepare it, and how to present it to investors more effectively.

Speaker: Michael Smith Jr., Partner of Seedplus

Michael has helmed technology-led expansions across the region from HOOQ (SingTel), Spuul, Yahoo! and BEA Systems (later acquired by Oracle). Michael is a WebLogic alumnus who currently calls Singapore home and is excited to be a part of the startup ecosystem in Southeast Asia.

As Chief Technology Officer at HOOQ he was key in driving product and technology decisions that powered the premium online video content service to customers across Asia. At Yahoo!, Michael served as Director of Global Tech Initiatives. He managed the Asian developer network and oversaw the acquisitions of start-ups and partnerships with companies across Southeast Asia. Michael also spearheaded the acquisition of Koprol which formed the foundation of Yahoo!’s Indonesian engineering site.

A 44-year-old native from the Bay area with a degree in Computer Science from Sierra College in California, USA, Michael has found his home in East Asia: He has worked in Singapore, Hong Kong and Thailand, and been actively involved in the Asian start-up community over the past ten years.

 20 July 2016 at 20:00 - 21:00
 HUBBA-TO ( Onnut )


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