Raising Money for your Start-Up Workshop and Networking Session

Raising Money for your Start-Up Workshop and Networking Session

 

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About The Event

Industry Connect - Engage and network during and after the workshop with the most sought-after  Venture capitalist, angel and entrepreneur. 

The panel discussion will be followed by interactive Q n A session where entrepreneurs will get a chance to interact with our exclusive panel.

The event will give an opportunity to young entrepreneurs to network with the a VC, an Angel Investor and a successful Entrepreneur.

The networking session will be a 3 hours session.

The Workshop on the topic will be a 4 hours session that will be conducted by NEN trained faculty.

Panelists:

Sapna Malya, Asst. Prof.  (Finance) 

Welingar Institute of Management

Shrirang Tambe,  Founder & Director

Ourea Capital Advisors

Nandini Mansinghka, Founder & Managing Director

The Proventus

Rajesh Sehgal

Senior Executive Director

Emerging Markets Group of Franklin Templeton Investments


Abstract:

Two big questions every entrepreneur is daunted by:

•How much money will get me started ?

•Where will the money come from?

Followed by this are innumerable doubts like how much money should I put on my own? How much money should i raise from others ? When should I raise money? Am I ready for Venture Capital ?Venture capitalists fund one out of every 300 proposals, on average. Slim odds. What’s so special about that “one”? Or should I approach an Angel Investor or do I turn to friends and family?Do I have to borrow money? Perhaps my business will fund itself… What do investors really look for? How to write a funding proposal? How to negotiate terms of funding ? What is a Term sheet? Will I give up a large share of my equity and will it intervene in the way I run the business? What is the cost of finance? Can my business afford it? How can I cultivate my relationship with my Bank ?

Talk to investors and experts to find your answers to all the above. Learn how to approach your investor. Make informed decisions and choices on funding your venture. Network with peers and potential investors in the NEN Community.

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