The Business & IP Centre at Exeter and Barnstaple Libraries host a range of events and workshops to suit start-ups, entrepreneurs or businesses looking to learn new skills or research their industry.
Webinars run weekly on a variety of subjects and are a great way to get an overview of a new topic, or a refresher which can help you to look at your business plan in a new light. Whether you’re just starting out or an established business looking to grow, our webinars are useful, inspiring and informative.
One-to-ones are useful for enquiring about how you can access business information and support, to discuss a problem or question you have in a specific area of your business, or to find out more about Intellectual Property. Find out more information on our 1-to-1s page.
Learning how to properly pitch is one of the most important skills you’ll need to develop your business. You’ll need to use your pitch to find investment, attract great business partners, and recruit brilliant employees or freelancers and attract customers. How well your pitch lands will also help you to fine-tune your ideas.
In this session you’ll have the chance to practice pitch to a small audience of other start-ups and small business owners, get constructive feedback from them, and more help on perfecting your pitch from Clare Palmer and James Court.
By the end of the session you’ll be confident in delivering a pitch that feels natural and authentic to you and your business.
An award winning business coach who worked in a senior leadership role within a global telecommunications company for 25 years.
Clare’s unique coaching approach challenges self-limiting beliefs and helps to create a positive mindset and reshapes how you see yourself in the world.
Clare works with her clients to produce a positive action plan for their future, improving their performance, helping them to become great leaders and creating a work life structure that puts them in control.
Zoom webinar – details will be sent to you 24 hours before the session via email.
The session will be recorded for BIPC Devon’s archive. You are free to leave your cameras on or turn them off as you prefer. There will be a chance to ask questions during the session, which you can do via video/audio or by using the Zoom chat function.
If there is anything we can do to help you access this session more easily, please do get in touch at email@example.com.
Use the booking link below to book your place at this event.