The boot camp focuses on the deck with the objective of having you leave the workshop with a solid draft of your final deck and the framework to edit the deck to perfection after the boot camp.
The boot camp has a strict size limit because it’s highly interactive and requires a small group to give each company’s deck the personal attention needed to come out with a strong draft version. The boot camp features tactical information that would apply to any startup seeking funding, but then goes a layer deeper into looking at the strengths and goals of each participant’s company to provide tailored suggestions. This isn’t a one size fits all bootcamp.
The bootcamp runs between 4 and 5 hours and is highly interactive. Participants are encouraged (but not required) to bring laptops to work on their decks in the session.
The cost of the boot camp does not include any venue costs, so if your group is part of an accelerator, coworking space or other organization that can provide space, we can hold the boot camp there. If your group does not have access to space, I work with a few accelerators that often provide space. I also work with some sponsors that may pay for a venue depending on the group.
Participants should all leave the bootcamp with a draft that maximizes their company’s story, highlights it’s unique strengths, and with notes on how to optimize the specific content on their slides.
The cost of the boot camp is $1,500 without venue costs