An authentic funder-investee relationship forms the basis of a good investment. When there is mutual respect and trust, both parties are set to gain the most from the partnership. However, in many occasions both parties have communication challenges, different expectations and understandings which set the relationship off on a wrong note. How can both parties cultivate and maintain a win-win relationship?
In addition to the soft, relationship-building skills, what are the practical and hard skills that investees need to prepare and work on to become “investment ready”?
Join us in this unique webinar to hear perspectives from a funding organization and a social enterprise on their experience funding(raising) to help you with your own journey.
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The DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge is an Asia-wide competition for social enterprises open to any member of the public. Organised by NUS Enterprise and the DBS Foundation, the competition aims to identify and support new social ventures that have the potential to generate scalable and sustainable social impact.