Marcos Hashimoto will host all three workshops. Hashimoto is a professor at ESPM, the owner of Lebre Consulting and the director of the National Association of Entrepreneurial and Small Business Studies.
First on deck is a basic workshop hosted by SmartMobs in Florianópolis on Monday, August 20th. Topics covered, as in most Anjos do Brasil basic sessions, will include entrepreneurship as a career, sources of funding and business fundamentals. You can sign up to attend the event here.
Next, Hashimoto will head to São Paulo for a more elaborate two-day intermediate workshop, also covering the topic of angel investment. From 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on the 27th and 28th of August, Anjos do Brasil will partner with MyJobSpace for the workshop. The event will provide intermediate-level training for entrepreneurs, focusing on business strategy validation and business plan preparation for approaching potential investors. Human resources, risk assessment and financial planning will also be covered. Tickets for the event are on sale now.
Finally, and still in São Paulo, Anjos do Brasil will host a one-day meetup in conjunction with Endeavor on September 4th. This time around will be a basic workshop with content similar to that of the earlier Florianópolis event. If you’re looking to get a more basic outlook of the angel investment community in São Paulo, Brazil and the world, this meetup is your best bet.
Over the last two years, two million Brazilians have joined the country’s entrepreneurial community. The role of Anjos do Brasil is vital for these budding entrepreneurs in preparing them for the ecosystem at large.