16 November – 20 November
In light of Global Entrepreneurship Week, we at Bright Red Triangle have put together a list of some of the events that we thought might interest you.
Life’s a Pitch – Collaboration between Bright Red Triangle and RBS
If you haven’t got a clear 60-second pitch, you could be missing out on opportunities to grow your business every day. Even in such uncertain times, you never know when the opportunity to support others may arise, so it is important to be able to explain your business quickly and simply.
Join the NatWest Business Builder team as we break the 60-second or ‘elevator’ pitch down into its component parts.
Mon, 16 November, 10am – 11am
Global sales through Ebay – Scottish Enterprise
This workshop will cover the following areas:
Advantages of Selling on eBay – Learn more about why you should be part of the eBay business community.
What to sell on eBay – Whether its mainstream or quirky, you can buy and sell almost anything on eBay. Hear more about how to choose and target your products.
Opening and managing your eBay business account – With several selling levels to choose from, choose the one that’s right for you and learn when to move up a gear.
Mon, 16 November, 1pm – 5pm
Understanding your customer and building your customer avatar – Scottish Enterprise
Using examples, the webinar will run through a simple framework for better understanding who the customer is, what they want, and why they want it.
As a result of attending this webinar you will have a deeper understanding of who the customer is, what they want and why they want it. You will be in a better position to effectively offer value to your customers and sell to them.
Wed, 18 November, 10am – 11am
Business Start-up: Finance – Business Gateway
The webinar will look at:
Managing a profit and loss account
Producing a cashflow statement
The different sources of finance
The different legal structures of a business
17 Nov, 10am – 12pm
The challenges facing female entrepreneurs – webinar with Lynne Cadenhead – Edinburgh Napier University
The British Business Bank published a report earlier this year entitled ‘Alone together: entrepreneurship and diversity in the UK’. It examined the profound effects ethnic and economic background, gender and place have on entrepreneurial opportunities and outcomes. Lynne Cadenhead, chair of Women’s Enterprise Scotland will explore some of the themes in our upcoming webinar.
18 Nov, 1pm – 2pm
Start-up Finance – Converge
This workshop will provide emerging entrepreneurs with an overview of the various funding options available to start-up/spin-out companies in Scotland. From grants, sales, banking, competitions, investment and crowdfunding, we will talk you through the pros and cons of different funding routes, advising which should be considered depending on the business development stage.
19 Nov, 4pm – 5pm
These are just some of the events that are happening over the course of next week. Hopefully they will help you on your entrepreneurial journey!
And remember, you can always book an appointment with one of our business advisers.