Crowdfunding 101 Event
31 Jul 2018 07:00pm - 08:30pm
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Crowdfunding 101 Event

31 Jul 2018 07:00pm - 08:30pm

More Events Garage Collective, 158a Connaught Road West Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong Island Free Event
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Join Garage Academy x Next Chapter for this introductory talk on how to launch a successful crowdfunding campaign, marketing strategy, and key ideas for purchase-rewards.

Key Takeaways:
- How to launch a crowd funding campaign
- How to chose the right platform
- Key ideas for purchase-rewards
- Key benefits to crowdfunding
- Key tips for success

Who Should Attend?
Female founders looking to crowdfund their project, product or company.

Event Rundown:
7pm - Registration / Welcome Drinks & Networking
7:15pm - Key Tips and Strategy on Crowdfunding
8 pm - Q & A and Networking

About Next Chapter
Next Chapter is a Hong Kong-based funding portal for female entrepreneurs and women-owned businesses, with a focus on businesses by women, creating products and services that women will love.

About the Speaker
Nicole Denholder, Next Chapter, Founder and CEO
Nicole is the founder and CEO of Next Chapter, and grew up in Brisbane, Australia. She studied International Business at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), and spent some time studying at IKIP University in Indonesia as part of her degree.

After relocating to London, Nicole worked in the capital markets group within the international accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Clients included global financial institutions and companies in the energy, shipping and auto industries. Her job took Nicole around the UK, Europe, New York, China, Japan, Korea, Argentina, Brazil, South Africa and Hong Kong. With PwC, she moved to Hong Kong in 2003, and left the firm in 2011 to start a family.

Nicole is passionate about female entrepreneurship, and changing the way the funding system works so that the world benefits from the so-far undervalued and under-utilised talent and wisdom of women.

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