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What you shouldn’t be doing when you pitch to investors

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What you shouldn’t be doing when you pitch to investors

What you shouldn’t be doing when you pitch to investors
What you shouldn’t be doing when you pitch to investors

Eghosa Omoigui is a founder and Managing General Partner of EchoVC Partners. Before this, Eghosa was with Intel for nearly 10 years and his last role was as Intel Capital Director, Strategic Investments, Consumer Internet & Semantic Technologies. Omoigui also drove ICap’s investment focus on next generation semantic technologies, smart data and the realtime web.

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Finance your business

The ‘Finance your business’ course is aimed at entrepreneurs who are looking to raise external capital.

In the first module you will learn how to structure your business’ financials, contracts, and other legalities. The second module unpacks how to fundraise successfully.

Each module has a number of learning resources, which include:
• Theoretical breakdowns where concepts are introduced – relevant to the African context.
• Videos of leading business professionals, entrepreneurs and investors, sharing expert advice,
• Quizzes where you’ll be challenged to apply what you have learnt,
• Useful downloadable templates and documents.

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