BUILDING THE INVESTABLE STORY
"These classes are the best investment of time and money that any new or veteran entrepreneur could ever spend. I took these classes along with 25 other entrepreneurs over a six-month period. Each class topic was not only relevant to my business, but also timely, as the class schedule reads like a punch list of the exact challenges we all face as the leaders of young companies. With insight based upon his own experience, Michael Burcham is not just a fantastic teacher and mentor, but also a successful entrepreneur having launched and sold three separate companies. I would recommend these classes to anyone in the process business. "
– David Frederiksen, CEO PatientCredit
The Investable Story - Education Program
The Investable Story is the Entrepreneur Center’s program on how to develop an idea into an Investable Business. The Investable Story series is designed to provide the framework and understanding first-time entrepreneurs need to effectively turn a business idea into a funded, sustainable operating company.
Building The Investable Story is the Center's educational program covering the basics of business formation and classes focused on creating investor confidence around the Business Model, Management Team, Market and Money.
Working through the entrepreneurial process is an exercise in defining vision and goals, implementing ideas, managing the unknown, and creating a business model with sustainable cash flows. In this course we examine the planning, funding and post-funding stages of a new venture.
Whether you are starting your own venture from the ground up, exploring growth opportunities for an existing business, launching a new product, or attending for your general business education, you will leave with the foundation to create businesses that are scalable and worthy of the attention of the angel, VC, and private equity communities.
The Investable Story program consists of 12 classes, each running from 3 PM to 5 PM at the Entrepreneur Center. Each session will consist of a lecture from Michael Burcham, followed by a panel.