How to Open Doors to Funding with an Effective Executive Summary

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If you are looking to get funded or even take out a loan, you probably already know you need a pitch deck and a business plan. But many entrepreneurs overlook the importance of having a tightly-written Executive Summary. An Executive Summary is often the first document investors want to see before a complete pitch deck and business plan. It can be the key to opening more doors!

Join start-up expert Ines Lebow, CEO of Enterprise Transformation Solutions, for this free seminar on how to write an Executive Summary. She'll tell you what 10 things you need to include and provide case studies so you can learn from entrepreneurs that have already gone through the fund raising process.

You often only get one shot in front of potential investors, so make sure your Executive Summary is enticing enough for investors to want to take the next step! If you are an entrepreneur looking for funding, you need to attend this event.

About the Speaker:

Ines LeBow founded ETS to leverage her 30 years of experience in helping businesses get back on track. ETS offers executives a reliable, holistic, and realistic way forward, no matter what their current status. Alumni clients include startups that have thrived, formerly struggling mid-sized organizations that now double growth year after year, and mature firms investing in new strategies that have hit the sweet spot and taken off. ETS has built a framework for rapidly assessing the strengths and weaknesses of a business operation, and define a workable path forward.

This event is free, a light breakfast will be provided. There is plenty of garage parking in Rockville Town Square.