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Investor Due Diligence: Making it work for the founder (Online Workshop)
October 30 @ 3:30 pm - 5:30 pm PDT
From our experience helping companies fundraise, having an organized due diligence package is a key factor of success. Depending on your seed round, you will be in contact with anywhere from 20 to 50 investors at once.
Staying organized could make or break your chances of getting the funding your business needs.
Do you want to walk into your investor meetings, with a comprehensive due diligence package?
Do you want to prove that your company is ready for funding?
Do you want to take your company to the next level?
If you said yes to any of these questions:
Join us for an in-depth workshop where you’ll prepare for your investor meetings, and create a winning due diligence package.
Come to our workshop if:
- You are a co-founder of a post-launch business
- You are looking to raise capital for your company
You will learn about:
- What investors are looking for in their companies
- Documents you will need to provide to investors
- How to create a strong due diligence package
Online meeting links will be shared two days prior to the workshop.
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About the Speaker:
Keith Ippel, CEO and Co-Founder at Spring
With over 20 years experience as a leader in technology centric businesses, Keith has accelerated the growth of both small and large companies, launched new products, and raised over $30m in angel investment and venture capital. He has an unparalleled ability to collaborate with entrepreneurs, employees, and investors to deliver amazing products to the market. Keith is passionate about creating opportunities that previously did not exist for people and co-founded Spring to bring that into the social venture space.
Thank you to our Strategic Partners: Vancity, MNP, Radical I/O Technology, App-Scoop, Karl Jung Financial Services, Jones Brown, Active Impact Investments, and Fledge.
Thank you to our Community Partners: Volition, Women’s Enterprise Centre, Futurpreneur, and The Amp