January 2016 Kick-Off Event

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January 2016 Kick-Off Event by Mind Map: January 2016 Kick-Off Event

1. Event Details

1.1. Working Title

1.1.1. JFDI Tech Venture Manila

1.2. Date & Time

1.2.1. 3rd week of January 2016

1.2.2. Whole day

1.3. Event Format

1.3.1. Seminar in the morning and afternoon

1.3.2. Networking/informal setting in the evening

1.3.2.1. Startups could be invited

1.3.2.2. JFDI PH Launch

1.4. Target Audience and Invitees

1.4.1. Investors

1.4.1.1. Tech

1.4.1.2. Interested in tech

1.4.2. Mentors

1.4.3. Family conglomerates

1.4.3.1. Which ones?

1.4.4. Manila Angels network

1.4.4.1. Co-organize?

1.4.5. 1000 Angels network

1.4.5.1. Co-organize?

1.4.6. Guests of honor/ VIP?

1.5. Event Attributes

1.5.1. Fireside chats

1.5.1.1. Teymoor Nabili, business correspondent at Channel News Asia as moderator

1.5.1.2. Maria Ressa of Rappler

1.5.1.3. Meg Charles-Horn

1.5.1.4. Meng

1.5.1.5. Benjamin So

1.5.1.6. Paul Santos of Wavemaker Labs

1.5.1.7. Hian Goh of NSI

1.5.1.8. Vinne Lauria of GGV

1.5.1.9. Ravi Agrawal of Engagespark/The Tide

1.5.1.10. Wong Poh Kam of BANSEA

1.5.1.11. John Lo

1.5.2. Booths for startups?

1.5.3. Goodie bag?

1.5.3.1. Books?

1.5.3.2. Reference materials

1.5.3.3. Brochure

1.5.3.4. Step by step guides

1.5.4. Press conference during?

1.5.5. Networking

1.6. Venue

1.6.1. Hotel

1.6.2. Club

1.6.2.1. Makati Business Club

1.6.2.2. Philippine Chamber

1.6.2.3. Management Association

1.6.2.4. FINEX

1.6.3. Event Space

1.6.3.1. Green Sun spaces

1.6.4. Co-working space

1.6.4.1. A-Space

1.6.4.1.1. 50-100 pax capacity Gallery

1.6.4.1.2. 40 pax capacity Kitchen

1.6.4.1.3. PHP 26.500 for 6 hours

1.6.4.2. Impact Hub

1.7. Number of people

1.8. Program Flow

2. Value Proposition/Content

2.1. #1

2.1.1. Tech investing

2.1.2. Challenges in tech investing

2.1.3. Practical information from investors who are already active in the space, in PH, SEA and the USA

2.1.4. Existing Alternatives

2.1.4.1. Courses on Innovation

2.1.4.1.1. AIM

2.1.4.2. Https://webbitizers.wordpress.com/2010/11/12/bansea-angel-investors-workshop/

2.1.4.3. BANSEA

2.1.4.3.1. Https://www.techinasia.com/new-venture-creation-workshop-by-bansea-25-sept/

2.1.4.4. http://plainsangels.com/investor-training/

2.2. #2

2.2.1. Map of the startup ecosystem

2.2.1.1. Global - Hugh

2.2.1.2. Regional - Hugh

2.2.1.3. PH - Au

2.2.2. Intro to JFDI.Asia

2.2.3. How to Evaluate Opportunities

2.2.3.1. The Team, the idea, the deal

2.2.3.2. Paul Santos, Ravi Agrawal

2.2.4. Ways to get involved

2.2.4.1. Mentor

2.2.4.2. Investor

2.2.4.3. Venture building

2.2.4.4. Startup Founder

2.2.5. Join us

2.3. #3

2.3.1. Understanding/ Making Sense of Digital Innovation & Investment

2.4. #4

2.4.1. Disrupt or Die

2.5. #5

2.5.1. Everything

2.5.2. "JFDI Tech Radar Manila"

2.5.2.1. A whirlwind tour around the opportunities and threats around tech investment

2.6. Opinions on tech startups

2.6.1. No industry standards

2.6.2. No roadmap

2.6.3. Diversity of statups in terms of maturity and space

2.6.4. Confusing language and jargon

3. Action Items

3.1. Team Structure

3.2. Pre-event

3.2.1. Promotions

3.2.1.1. Kick-off date for promotions?

3.2.1.2. Channels to be used

3.2.2. Event Registration Platform

3.2.2.1. Hubspot

3.2.2.2. Eventbrite

3.2.3. Publicity and PR

3.2.4. Invitee List / RSVP

3.2.5. Suppliers and Coordination

3.3. During event

3.3.1. Elements

3.3.2. Program Flow

3.3.3. Ingress

3.3.4. Egress

3.4. Post-event

3.4.1. Follow ups

4. Cost Strucutre

4.1. Budget Items

4.1.1. Venue

4.1.2. Catering

4.1.3. Speakers

4.1.3.1. Fee

4.1.3.2. Accommodation

4.2. Ticket Price

4.2.1. PHP 5,000 to 10,000

4.2.2. Early bird rate?

4.2.3. Door fee?

4.2.4. Exisitng Alternatives

4.2.4.1. A 3-day course at Ateneo costs 8,000 to 15,000.