Join the first intake of 
 'Ideas You Can Execute'   for women 

Surround yourself with like-minded women to get started on your journey to entrepreneurship together!

Join now and start the programme together on May 14th, 2018

Turn your business idea into a reality with this 8-week, fully flexible, online course.


Learn how to turn your idea into a reality


Understand the deeper meaning behind your ideas and aspirations


Learn how to validate your idea to create something people will pay for

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Programme Duration: 8-weeks
Venue: Online
Course Material: Tailored programme content
Mentoring: 3x 1hr mentoring sessions & feedback (worth $500 NZD)
Extras: Globally relevant tools and resources
Support: Community and connections

Total Cost: $550 NZD (incl GST)
or 3 monthly payments of $183.33 NZD

How does Ideas You Can Execute work?

Find out if it will fit your schedule

"We'll teach you how to move forward on your idea via specially designed video content, which you'll have access to throughout the programme..."

Who is Ideas You Can Execute for?

Find out if it's right for you

"This programme is for people with ideas or problems that they would like to solve but don't know how to move forward..."

The outcomes of Ideas You Can Execute

Find out where you can be by the end of it

"Well you're guaranteed to finish this programme knowing a lot more about how to turn an idea into an actual product or service..."

Happy People

Hear what our past participants thought of the Ideas You Can Execute programme...

Kitki Testimonial


"I have a core value now and I know my why and I know a lot more. My concept and my vision is a lot more defined... This course pretty much gave me confidence and I feel like having Natalie as a mentor, it's kind of like a partnership, she is always there backing me up."

Christine's Testimonial


"So I came to Nat with nothing, I just had an idea and didn't know where to start really... The best thing I got out of the course is having Nat as a mentor and someone to hold me accountable and making sure that I actually got work done... You're becoming not only a part of a programme, you're becoming part of a community and you're getting a mentor, networking, so much value for what you're paying so it's definitely worth the investment.... I've managed to take an idea and basically launching it this week."

Heliton's testimonial


"Before it was just an idea and just an idea is nothing... The main thing is that we are now more confident with our business because we know we have the whole process... it's really important and before I didn't know that... (it's) really really good to network (with the other programme members), and you can compare your idea with the others as well and everyone is really helpful so it's really nice... Now we are just a month to launch our website, our platform"

About your mentor...

Natalie Robinson

Natalie is Founder and CEO of Mum's Garage, and is incredibly passionate about helping aspiring entrepreneurs launch businesses. She has built multiple startup programs including The Validator, Wellington ICT Graduate School Masters Entrepreneurship Program, and has facilitated CO.STARTERS cohorts. Natalie has also developed the Digital Marketing Deep Dive and Market Validation workshops, and runs the Entrepreneurs Unleashed, Lean Coffee, and Year One event series.

Learn more about Mum's Garage


A few things you might also like to know...

Q. How much time do I need to commit to the programme?

A. We recommend committing a minimum of 10 hours per week. The programme is designed to fit around a full time job, so it’s manageable for people who are still working.


Q. What if I don’t have an idea yet, but want to start a business?

A. That’s ok, this programme will teach you how to identify business idea opportunities, so it’s a good place to start.


Q. Do I have to be in Auckland to do this programme?

A. Nope, it’s all run online, including the mentor sessions, so you can be anywhere in the world.


Q. What are the outcomes of the programme?

A. By completing this programme you will: (1) develop a better understanding of yourself and what you care about. Even if you don’t end up starting a business, this alone will help you to make significantly better decisions about your future; (2) you’ll know how to communicate an idea in a compelling way; (3) you’ll know how to validate and idea, to find out if it’s something worth pursuing, and; (4) you’ll have a much better idea of the process of starting a business, which you can apply to any idea.


Q. How do the one-on-one mentor sessions work?

A. You have three one-on-one mentor sessions to use within the programme duration. You can book these at a time that suits you and the mentor. There will be time in the evenings to book sessions, if you work during the day.


Q. Why is this programme oriented at women, and what if I’m not a women?

A. We’re testing running cohorts targeting distinct groups, to see if this has an impact on the value participants get out of the programme. If you don’t feel that you’re a fit for this cohort, we’ll be running plenty more. Let us know who you are and what you’re interested in here, so we can launch a cohort with people similar to you.

What do I do next?

If you're interested in joining the next intake for this program, register your interest here and we’ll be in touch to let you know the next steps. You'll have the opportunity to ask any questions and collect all the information you need to find out if the program is right for you.

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Turn your business idea into a reality with this 8-week, fully flexible, online course.

The programme begins on May 14th, 2018.