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The information gathered will be used by the Executives-in-Residence (EIRs) to determine what value their expertise can provide you.
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Executives-in-Residence (EIR) Terms & Conditions *

1) In order for the executive's fee to be covered, a "CEO Worksheet" must be completed during the executive session. Every executive session must have an accompanying "CEO Worksheet."
2) The member will complete a "Status Update" at the end of each month while participating in the program.
3) The member will complete a "Term Report" within a week of the term's completion.
4) The member commits to providing BC Tech with basic business metrics for the previous and current calendar years.
5) The member commits to completing all agreed upon deliverables prior to each session.
6) The member commits to attending every confirmed session.
7) The member commits to be on-time for every confirmed session.
     
 
Company Legal Name *

For contract purposes.
 
CEO First Name *

A reminder that the Executives-in-Residence program is designed for CEOs.
 
Do you already have a mentor(s) outside of BC Tech? *

If yes, please tell us about your relationship. Your EIR should blend well with your current mentor(s).
 
Product and/or Service Offering(s)

 
Product and/or Service #1 *

What is your most significant product/service?
 
Product #1 Description *

Please, tell us a bit about it.
 
Product #1 URL *

Could you please link us to a webpage with more information on your product/service?
 
Product and/or Service #2

Do you have a secondary product that is significant to your operations?
If so, what is the product/service named?
If not, you may leave unanswered.
 
Product Description #2

 
Product #2 url

 
The Market

 
Total Addressable Market Size *

Total addressable market (TAM), also called total available market, is a term that is used to reference the total revenue opportunity available for a product or service.
 
Competitors *

Who/What is your competition?
 
Target Market #1 *

The #1 group of consumers at which a product or service is aimed.
 
Market Size #1 *

 
Action Plan #1 *

How will you reach your Target Market #1?
 
Target Market #2

Do you have a second target market?
If not, you may leave unanswered.
 
Market Size #2

 
Action Plan #2

How will you reach your Target Market #2?
 
Vision, Purpose, Values

 
Vision *

What will the world look like when you succeed?
Example: Amazon - Customers will never have a need for a physical store because they can order everything they need online and have it delivered right to their home.
 
Purpose *

Why do you exist?
Example: Amazon - We exist to tear down geographical borders for products.
 
Values *

How do you appear to customers?
Example: Amazon - We have full transparency in our product selection through customer reviews.
 
Positioning Your Business

The following Positioning exercise is pulled from the book Positioning: The Battle for your Mind. If you would like more context, here is an url to an article: https://www.fastcompany.com/3034721/figuring-out-the-delicate-art-of-positioning-your-startup
We have provided Amazon as the example.
 
For (target customer) *

Example: Amazon - For World Wide Web users
Only "World Wide Web users" would have been entered as the answer.
 
who (statement of need or opportunity), *

Example: Amazon - who enjoy books
 
(product name) is a (product category) *

Example: Amazon - Amazon is a retail bookseller
 
that (statement of key benefit) *

Example: Amazon - that provides instant access to over 1.1 million books.
 
Unlike (competing alternative), *

Example: Amazon - Unlike traditional book retailers,
 
(product name)(statement of primary differentiation). *

Example: Amazon - Amazon provides a combination of extraordinary convenience, low prices and comprehensive selection.
 
Why?

Why are you entering the program? What will the EIR help you overcome and achieve?
 
What is your current largest challenge? *

What is hindering your growth?
 
What is your 2nd current largest challenge? *

What else is hindering your growth?
 
Milestone #1 *

With the help of your EIR, what's the 1st milestone you wish to hit during the 3 months?
 
Milestone #2 *

With the help of your EIR, what's the 2nd milestone you wish to hit during the 3 months?
 
2016 Business Metrics

How did you perform during the 2016 Calendar Year?
 
Were you active in 2016? *

A company was active in 2016 if it was founded before December 31st, 2016.
     
 
What was your Employee count at the end of 2016? *

Employees are counted on a full-time basis of 35 hours per week. Part-time employees are to be counted on the percentage of time worked. 
Examples:
Full-Time Employee (35+ hours) = 1
Part-Time Employee (17.5 hours) = 0.5
Contracted Employee (3.5 hours) = 0.1
 
What was your Annual Revenue for 2016? *

 
What was your Net Income for 2016? *

If necessary, include negatives.
 
What total Equity Investment did you receive during 2016? *

An equity investment generally refers to the buying and holding of shares of stock on a stock market by individuals and firms in anticipation of income from dividends and capital gains.
 
What total Non-Dilutive Investment did you receive during 2016? *

Non-dilutive investment does not reduce the ownership percentage of a share of stock. 
Example: SR&ED
 
2017 Year-to-Date Business Metrics

We'd like to know how you are performing during the 2017 calendar year.
 
What's your 2017 Year-to-Date Employee count? *

Employees are counted on a full-time basis of 35 hours per week. Part-Time employees are to be counted on the percentage of time worked. 
Example:
Full-Time Employee (35+ hours) = 1
Part-Time Employee (17.5 hours) = 0.5
Contracted Employee (3.5 hours) = 0.1
 
What's your 2017 Year-to-Date Annual Revenue? *

 
What's your 2017 Year-to-Date Equity Investment? *

An equity investment generally refers to the buying and holding of shares of stock on a stock market by individuals and firms in anticipation of income from dividends and capital gains.
 
What's your 2017 Year-to-Date Non-Dilutive Investment? *

Non-dilutive investment does not reduce the ownership percentage of a share of stock.
 
Are you Cashflow? *


 
What's your Cash Runway? *

Your Cash Runway is the amount of time until your startup goes out of business, assuming your current income and expenses stay constant. Typically calculated by dividing the current cash position by the current monthly burn rate.
Examples:
3 months
2 years
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