Wed, 21 Nov

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London South Bank University Room - 2A04

Business Plan Structure and Content (1)

'Business Plan Structures and Content' will provide participants with a deeper insight into how startup founders, managers and business leaders can structure their business plans with the right content for a given target audience.

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Business Plan Structure and Content (1)

Time & Location

21 Nov 2018, 09:30 – 13:30

London South Bank University Room - 2A04, 90 London Rd, London SE1 6LN, UK

About The Event

This workshop on 'Business Plan Structures and Content' will provide participants with a deeper insight into how startup founders, managers and business leaders can structure their business plans with the right content for a given target audience. Business plans will vary in content and length depending on what they are being used for, i.e. raising equity finance, applying for grants, loans and sales. In summary, participants can expect to leave with a well-rounded insight into 'what a business plan is and why they are used', how to structure the document and the essentials needed in all business plans to successfully communicate a coherent story.

Facilitator:

Dr. Salman Malik is the founder and CEO of MicroSpray Technologies Ltd; a science-driven startup that aims to revolutionise particle engineering in high-value markets.

As well as being an engineer and academic, Salman is an entrepreneur. He has experience of raising funds through private angel investors, government-backed grants, business plan competitions and has pitched successfully at numerous events for non-dilutive funds. Salman has solely raised more than £350k and was awarded scholarships, travel grants, bursaries and prizes also throughout his time at University.

Before his PhD, Salman received a first class bachelor’s degree (BEng) in Biomedical Engineering where he received the course medal prize, followed by a distinction in both his Master’s degrees (MSc, MRes) from UCL. During his PhD, he became the first research student at UCL to establish an innovation pipeline between UCL and Yale University to encourage technology transfer and spin-out activity between the institutions.

Salman sits on the Industry Advisory Board for UCL’s Faculty of Engineering and was recently appointed as an Associate Academic at London South Bank University, where he teaches on Enterprise Workshops. He aims to share his experience and knowledge with aspiring entrepreneurs looking to commercialise their ideas and build high-growth startups.

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