[SB302] Access To Capital
Accessing to capital takes pro-activeness and perseverance. There are many types of capital for different goals, and often times you would meet 1 out of 100 people who may give you a chance. It is key that social entrepreneurs should always bear in mind to run a financially sustainable business, as you are providing livelihoods for the most vulnerable groups. Investments in debt or equity comes with expectations and responsibilities, if used wisely, can help to scale your impact. This module will provide some tips on how to prepare an initial investment memo, showcasing more financial details of your SDG solution which could to generate interest/call/meeting with potential investors.
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Amarit Charoenphan (Aim) Amarit is the Executive Chairman and co-founder of HUBBA and Techsauce. He is also a Fellow of the Edmund Hillary Fellowship (EHF), and has been named as one of Forbes Asia 30 Under 30: Enterprise Technology, and Thailand Startup Enabler of The Year 2016. He has been involved at an early stage with more than 20 ventures during the past decade as an angel or advisory capacity. He has also coached and consulted ecosystem hubs and leaders in over 30 cities on how to build tech communities.