All good things come to an end. Or so they say. And the WEs High-Level Coaching Programme’s FREE online training course is heading into the final stretch – so make sure you tune in on Wednesday, December 20 at 12:30 CET for the final installment.

WEs High-Level Coaching Programme: Free Online Training Part 5

The training course, developed by the Lean In EU Women Business Angels Community, is designed specifically for women entrepreneurs. This week’s webinar, the fifth in the series, is entitled Now What? Working with an Angel” and will be delivered by entrepreneurial super coach Candace Johnson.

Johnson, the president of EBAN (European Business Angels Network) will insights on lean methodology and how to use it in your business. She will also discuss progress monitoring, problem solving and core principles of effectuation. You’ll also learn how to use step-by-step decision-making process, and how to persuade others to follow your ideas.

Sign up for the webinar here.

Extra seminar opportunity

Also, our friends at WBA (Women Business Angels), have also got an early Christmas gift for you. Johnson will also deliver an extra online seminar, free of charge, on how to get the deal you want out of angel investors.

This extra webinar, entitled Evaluating and Preparing for Angel Deals, is taking place 24 hours later on Thursday, December 21 at 13:00. In the session, Johnson will take you through the process of evaluating potential startups for investments. She’s discuss a range of topics, from what criteria to consider, to performing due diligence and preparing to strike a deal. As usual, it will be an interactive webinar, with a Q&A session at the end.

So, do not miss out on this chance to hone your entrepreneurial knowledge this week before the festive celebrations begin. Sign up today here to book your place.


Graham Wood Graham Wood

The Starttech Ventures Storyteller. Studied Journalism with Business at the University of Central Lancashire. Has worked in various product marketing management positions for the likes of Nokia, Samsung and Vodafone, as well as in several journalism and media roles since 2000.