Register here to learn about how to create and deliver a funding pitch.
This program offers a unique opportunity to discover best practices from people who have raised money to start companies – and from those who have invested in them – including what to do, and what not to do.
Attendees will get firsthand insight from an investor with experience funding early-stage companies. They will learn what to include in a pitch deck and what to leave out. They will understand why it’s vital for their accounting estimates and projections to add up, and how anomalies are discovered.
Open to all since 1981, the MIT Enterprise Forum is a non-profit, volunteer organization with a long history of promoting the growth, education, and success of the entrepreneur and business community in the greater Washington & Baltimore area. The local chapter is one of a network of over 28 worldwide chapters of the Enterprise Forum, which was created as an outreach educational program of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Its many programs are targeted at local start-ups, high technology businesses and investors and are designed to enable tech entrepreneurs to be successful by providing practical programing designed to educate and help them connect to mentors and experts.