Every business needs capital (cash) to fund its activities. But not all capital is created equal. At the most macro level, a business can raise cash by selling equity or by borrowing (and these alternatives are not by any means mutually exclusive).
This webinar explains the different types of capital available to fund a startup; how to identify potential funding sources; how to evaluate competing funding proposals; and how to negotiate financing terms.
Mr. Cahill is partner at Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Helsinger LLP, in Chicago, Illinois. He guides secured lenders, creditors, debtors, creditors’ committees, potential purchasers and others through bankruptcy cases, out-of-court workouts,… Read More
Alexander J. Davie is a corporate and securities attorney in Nashville, Tennessee. Many businesses look to Alex as their outside “general counsel” for day-to-day legal needs as well as their… Read More
Andrew D. Stephenson, Chief Product Officer for CrowdCheck and Partner with CrowdCheck Law, is an entrepreneurial attorney focused on assisting small and early stage businesses with corporate governance and securities… Read More
Nick is an experienced entrepreneur and proven leader that couples business strategy and disciplined execution with enabling and emerging technologies. As CMO of VAMONDE, Nick inspires a multi-talented team leading… Read More
Richard Swart is a strategic advisor to CrowdSmart.io the world’s first collective intelligence powered engine that score startups and provides a highly accurate prediction of whether the startup will scale and grow. He bounces between academia,… Read More