** Deadline ** Global Connect: Female Founders

22nd November 2021 - 11:59 pm
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The Global Female Founders programme gives businesses the opportunity to learn from Silicon Valley veterans. The two-week programme has been designed to teach Start-ups the fundamentals of raising early stage, institutional funding in the US, through a series of tailored webinars.  Apply by 22 November 

By taking part in the Female Founders Programme, you will have the chance to;

  • Gain insight from experienced founders, investors and mentors
  • Understand the culture, best practice and how to navigate and do business in Silicon Valley with its dense population of successful entrepreneurs and investors
  • Learn the differences in how to prepare for US funding rounds.
  • Learn how to fine tune your pitch by observing live pitching to a panel of Silicon Valley VC’s for direct and honest feedback.

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