DEN DC Workshop Series: Making a Business Plan
Slipstream on 14th St, Washington DC
1333 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20005
Date & Time
February 7, 2019 | 7 PM - 9 PM
Join us for a Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network event about business plans. During this conversation, we’ll introduce the DEN and what it has to offer, learn about different ways to structure and present a business plan, and have a conversation with a corporate strategist, followed by an open working session where you can get feedback and help on whatever you’re working on!
We’ll also share details about the annual Pitch Competition in Hanover, NH, and opportunities for you to qualify and participate.
7 PM - 7:30 PM | Meet, Greet, & Eat (snacks and one drink covered by DEN DC)
7:30 PM - 7:35 PM | Intro to DEN DC, Hanover Pitch Competition
7:35 PM - 7:55 PM | Business Plans with Arush Chandna, Corporate Strategy
7:55 PM - 9:00 PM | Open Working Session - a great time to ask Arush questions about your own business plan or how to make one, or how to refine the one you already have. You can also receive advice and support from the DEN DC community, whether for your venture, for your current role at a startup, or for a career change.
If you’re currently working on your venture or considering starting one, use this time to ask questions, get feedback, and bounce ideas around. Ask us about working in the technology startup world, or effecting a career change into corporate strategy or entrepreneurship.
This event is great for current and future entrepreneurs and founders, employees at startup companies, or those considering a career / career change into corporate strategy. DEN DC members and non-members are both welcome, latecomers welcome too.
Arush Chandna is a Senior Analyst on the Corporate Strategy & New Ventures group at EAB (formerly The Advisory Board Company). In this capacity, he evaluates new business opportunities for the firm, including organic growth avenues, mergers & acquisitions, and potential partnerships.
Matt Sturm works in go-to-market strategy, with a focus on ed-tech and SaaS startups, and has previously held marketing and sales roles. He is a member of the DEN DC board and served as a business development mentor for 1776 startups for 2 years.
Arush is a alumni of Dartmouth and Thayer Engineering School’s Master in Engineering Management Class of 2016, and Matt is a Dartmouth Class of 2013.
DEN DC offers Business Plan & Venture Support to Dartmouth alumni and affiliates, as well as opportunities to present business plans publicly and pitch for funding, if desired. If you are interested in learning more about this and being matched with a Mentor from DEN, please email Matt Sturm at email@example.com to learn more.