Workshop: Is Venture Capital/Angel Investing Right for My Business?
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Wednesday Workshop: Venture Investing- Is Venture Capital/Angel Investing Right for My Business?
This workshop will provide an introduction to early stage/angel investing and venture capital investing. Business leaders will explore the motivations of early stage investors and venture capitalists as well as what they look for in companies they are considering for investment. Discussion will explore the pros & cons of accessing different types of early stage capital in your business growth strategy, and attendees will leave understanding if this method of funding is right for them.
The workshop is geared towards women-identifying business professionals and entrepreneurs who are looking to build better knowledge around investing when considering different strategies to support and sustain new or growing business endeavors. Join the Wednesday Workshop, a series devoted to relevant and strategic topics that enhance professional development and organizational leadership within women-owned businesses and entrepreneurs. This event is FREE and part of 1628 LTD’s Women Empowered program. WE unites leaders in business through education and community.
*Attendees are encouraged to bring their business cards and connect with other participants to cross-pollinate ideas and share resources, give help, or get help.
February 26, 2020 at 12 PM | 1628 Ltd | Register for Event
12:10, Ice Breaker
12:15, Presentation: What is Venture Capital/Angel Investing; What do investors look for in companies; Is this strategy right for my business?
12:55, Wrap-Up + Thank You
1:00, Event Ends- Network, Connect, Share Contact Information
About the Facilitator:
Sue Baggott is a strategic innovation leader with a proven, global track record for uncovering deep customer insights and making non-obvious connections which lead to breakthrough business results. Currently, Sue is President of Power Within Consulting LLC, an insights-driven strategy and innovation firm which she founded in 2014.
As an angel investor, Sue serves on the investment committee for the Next Wave Impact Fund which invests in high growth startups with potential for positive impact on people, planet and prosperity (www.nextwaveimpact.com ) as well as being an active member of Queen City Angels (www.qca.com) serving on two QCA portfolio company boards.
Sue is passionate about creating positive, meaningful impact in our world and empowering future leaders. She is a highly involved leader in the greater Cincinnati non-profit community as well as an advisor and coach for numerous entrepreneurs.
More about Sue: https://www.linkedin.com/in/suebaggott1/
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