Negotiating with Potential Investors
Series: Advising the Start-Up
Taking outside money is a huge step for a start-up; it can free the founders from the need to self-fund the business; it can allow the business to scale-up in a way that bootstrapping does not. There are significant risks as well; investors typically demand a level of accountability from the start-up, if not outright control. This webinar will explain the differences between rounds (i.e. friends and family; angels; venture capital funds); the difference between debt and equity; and the “market” in each of these contexts- all of which is critical for you to know if you are going to be able to advise your entrepreneur-clients in their negotiations with potential investors.
Principal Audience: Attorneys and Advisors
Partner: ChamberWise, West LegalEdcenter
Elizabeth Smith Kulik is a dynamic business leader and entrepreneur, ...