Notes on Final Presentation

posted 21 Oct 2012, 14:00 by Nils   [ updated 21 Oct 2012, 14:08 ]
  • See Guy Kawasaki on start-ups first.
  • 10 minute presentation
  • 10 slides max
  • 5 bullits/slide max (or one picture)
  • 5 words/bullit
Aim is to convince the examinors (who will act as investors) that you have the most powerfull businessmodel and you are the most likely to succeed in implementing it. See examination for details.

  • October 31st, 2012 @ 09.00 hrs, hand in written report GE1 (PDF by e-mail to lecturer)
  • November 7th, 2012, whole day, pitches and examination GE1

At the end of each term you will write a (business) plan and pitch it for a forum of experts and investors. The (business) plan will be judged on:
  • innovation;
    • originality
    • use of technology
    • ingenuity
  • illustration;
    • substantiation
    • examples
    • written report and pitch
  • impact:
    • scalability
    • sustainability
    • social impact
    • return on investment
Furthermore you will be individually questioned about the content of tour report and pitch, your participation in the assignment and your knowledge of the theory and models used in the course and the assignment. You will pass the courses when:
  • (individual) you have contributed duly to the group effort;
  • (individual) you master the used theories and models;
  • (group effort) the report and the pitch meet the stipulated requirements;
  • (group effort) the judges consider contributing to your business.