Thursday, November 7, 2013 — 8:30 am to 6:00 pm
Ater Wynne LLP, 601 Union Street, Seattle WA 98101
Led by Bryan Brewer
Attend the FUNDING QUEST One-Day Workshop to:
- Get actionable guidance on how to improve the fundability of your business
- Gain confidence in your ability to negotiate the terms of an investment deal
- Develop your strategy for finding and courting angel investors
- Learn how to give investors the kind of pitch they’re looking for
- Discover insider secrets on how to close the deal
This workshop will help you avoid costly pitfalls, blind spots, and common mistakes so you can increase your chances of getting funded and get your company funded sooner.
(Space is limited to 30 attendees.)
Hosted by the law firm:
Your ticket price of $297 (early bird registration of $247 ends October 28, 2013) includes lunch, snacks, wine reception, and workshop binder with extensive course materials. (See below for details on MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE.)
“We know Bryan well from his many years of dedicated service to the Northwest Entrepreneur Network. He’s a true expert on the issues of fundraising. But it’s the way he conveys his expertise to startups that makes him special. He’ll not simply teach you facts and figures. He’ll give you angel knowledge and train you how to use it to impress investors. This is a MUST ATTEND workshop!”
— Daniel Rossi, Executive Director, NWEN
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(Space is limited.)
Raising angel funding is literally a quest – an often challenging search to find angel investors who will believe in you and your business. I’ve helped hundreds of entrepreneurs on this journey, and I’ve distilled the essence of this process into a one-day workshop that gives you the foundational knowledge and the practical tools to help you achieve your goal: to get funded.
The workshop experience is structured around the five basic steps in your quest:
- Maximize your fundability
- Structure a term sheet
- Connect with angels
- Give your pitch
- Close the deal
I cover each step in detail: the process, the ecosystem, the terminology, the documents, the protocols, the expectations … plus common mistakes and how you can avoid them.
I focus on helping you understand how investors will evaluate your business. I have developed the Fundability Scorecard, a business assessment tool that gives you a rough measure of your fundability, with suggestions on how to improve your score. I will guide you in filling out your scorecard, so that at the end of the day, you will have a clear picture of where you stand and what steps you need to take to advance in your journey.
I also will help you understand the critical importance of embracing your funding quest as a sales process. Investors need to trust you, and trust is built through relationship. That’s why networking and people skills are so important, and I lay out specific strategies on how to build and maintain mutually beneficial relationships with angel investors.
Knowing the process – and the pitfalls – gives you a head start and a competitive advantage over the many other businesses seeking angel dollars.
If you recognize that you are on a quest for funding — now or in the future — I encourage you to register for the workshop.
I am so confident that this workshop will help you in your quest for funding that I offer a no-risk, money-back guarantee. If by the lunch break at the workshop, you decide that this offering is not right for you – for any reason – simply turn in your course materials and you will receive a full refund within seven days. No questions asked.
It’s my pleasure to help you on your journey to angel funding.
– Bryan Brewer, Founder, Funding Quest
“Bryan has leveraged his knowledge of effective business planning and relationships in the investment community to create powerful coaching for entrepreneurs seeking funding. He has a great track record of coaching the winners of business plan competitions. Coincidence? I think not.”
– Rebecca Lovell
Click here to register now.
(Space is limited.)
Questions: Contact Bryan Brewer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-527-3168.