They fill the gap in start-up financing between "friends and family" who provide seed funding, and formal venture capital.
Learn about fundraising from seasoned angel investors: how you pitch your ideas, determine evaluation, prepare due diligence and negotiate terms.
This interactive seminar will provide you with the tools to understand and effectively convince the right funders for your business.
- How crowdfunding works
- How to find and select the angels
- Developing your pitch
- Determining valuation (usually lots of questions on this topic)
- Preparing for due diligence
- Negotiating the terms
Come prepared to discuss:
- Who you are
- Why I should believe you can start and grow a company
- What niche did you identify and what is your growth potential
- Who are your competitors and why are you different
- Why are you Better
This seminar is limited to 15 participants.
Registration Fee: $50
About the Workshop Leader: Don Weil is a SCORE SF Mentor, and graduate of the US Naval Academy and Harvard Business School. Before retiring, he owned and ran four foundries, producing aluminum castings mainly for high tech and medical industries. He also owned and ran a metals distribution center, a plumbing supply business and started a small engineering company. After retiring, he invested in and then ran a company that tows cars for the city of San Francisco.
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