Just a quick one: My friend and colleague Karl Dakin is offering a workshop on how to prepare your company presentation to raise seed capital, the small amounts of money that let you grow your business to the point where you can raise larger rounds from venture capitalists, through the Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce at the Denver Tech Center in Denver, Colorado.
If that’s where you are in the growth of your company, be it a new startup or a biz that could just use a cash injection to take it to the next level, this could be a terrific way to spend Monday morning: it’s $79 for Chamber members and $119 for the general public.
But you’re smart. Use the discount code DK3C and you’ll save a cool 10% on the price of admission!
Here’s how Karl describes the event:
Seed Capital – Seed capital is the money needed in the early part of the business life cycle to get started and reach critical momentum. It is a high risk to the investor and expensive money to the business. However, seed capital may be the key ingredient in the recipe for success – the difference between an idea and a business.
Investment in a Recession – A common question is whether investors will put money into a new business during a recession. The short answer is yes. They cannot afford for their money to sit idle. It needs to work. However, the scrutiny of investments and the competition for money is greater. Businesses seeking money need to do a better job of presenting themselves and matching with the right investors.
Are You Read to Receive Capital? – Do you have your story? Do you know who wants to invest in your business? Are you in compliance with the law? Have you placed a value on your business? Have you developed a capital campaign plan?
> > Click here to create an account on the Chamber site and sign up < <
(and remember to use code DK3C to save a few bucks on your admission)