SEED FUNDRAISING FOR ENTREPRENEURS MASTERING THE ART AND SCIENCE
SEED FUNDRAISING FOR ENTREPRENEURS: MASTERING THE ART AND SCIENCE
WEDNESDAY, 13 FEBRUARY, 6 – 9 PM
Angel Investor, New York Angels
Learn how to identify who angel investors are as well as who/what are seed stage VCs. Once you know how to find them, you’ll also learn how to identify the right ones.
Become familiar with what the angel fundraising process looks like, how it is different than with VCs, and what is most important to all investors.
Understand how to become more effective in targeting, pitching, and negotiating seed capital for your venture.
Discover different types/formats of pitches: learn their similarities, differences, advantages, disadvantages, and how to choose the right one for your venture.
Find out what’s important in a term-sheet, what the difference is between “Preferred Equity” and “Convertible Notes”, and what the pros and cons are for entrepreneurs and investors.
Know how angels and other investors add value after the deal closes, what you should expect, and how to make the most of it.
ABOUT THIS WORKSHOP
*Back for the 5th time and expanded to three hours to cover topics in more detail and leave room for your detailed questions.*
Fundraising is challenging for early-stage tech founders. Learn the do’s and don'ts of fundraising from experienced seed investors (and fellow entrepreneurs). Hone your understanding of the marketplace for funding, the fundraising process, your pitch, your target investors, your deal-terms, and your advisors. Everyone starts with some skills advantages in fundraising….and everyone can improve. Focus. Hone. Master.
PREREQS & PREPARATION
Bring your fundraising questions and be ready to share your experience.
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR(S)
New York Angels
Tom Wisniewski is an active early stage investor and advisor to start-ups, venture capital, private equity and growth-stage companies. He is a member of the board of directors for New York Angels, an early stage investment group, and serves as a board member and advisor to a number of early stage ventures. In addition to his direct investments in early stage tech, Tom is a Limited Partner and advisor to several VC funds. Tom co-manages RosePaul Investments and RosePaul Family Office.
Plans change. We get it. But if you can't make it to a class/workshop, please email us at least 7 days before the scheduled event date. No refunds will be given after this timeframe.
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