When you're setting up and running your startup you'll be responsible for a million+ things. What's more, you'll rarely find time to go back and think about the basics... let alone question them. That's why we've brought together an evening of three essential presentations that will help you question and iterate your approach to funding, marketing and future-proofing your company's legals.
By the end of the evening you'll have an actionable checklist of all the things you may have never thought about or just never found the time to delve into in detail.
6:00pm Doors open
6:30pm - 8:00pm Lessons from experts
8:00pm - 9:00pm Networking
Dr Stefan Schäfers, RAUE
Stefan Schäfers’ practice focuses on corporate law, venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, and private equity. Stefan represents international and German companies, financial investors, shareholders and board members.
Stefan has extensive experience in advising founders, business angels and venture capital investors, beginning from forming a company, seed and angel investments and financing rounds with investors to exits.
Dr. Jörg Jaecks, RAUE
Jörg Jaecks’ practice includes corporate law, venture capital, mergers and acquisitions, and private equity. He also handles corporate litigation and arbitration cases. Jörg represents international and German companies, financial investors, shareholders and board members.
Jörg has extensive experience in planning, negotiating, and executing national and international transactions.
Dr. Markus Plesse, RAUE
Markus Plesser's practice includes litigation and counseling clients on intellectual property matters. He has broad experience in patent, utility model, copyright, trademark and design patent infringement proceedings, as well as unfair competition litigation. He counsels and represents clients in numerous matters relating to advertising, research and development, licensing, franchising, distribution, Internet and hard- and software.
Michael Schulte, Förderbar
Michael Schulte supports clients of förderbar in the process of preparation and application of various funding programmes. To successfully acquire funds, he focuses on identifying relevant projects and precisely describing them according to the requirements of the respective funding institutions.
Companies not only benefit from his knowledge of the specific requirements of individual funding programmes, but also from his skills to describe complex projects for auditors and assessors.
As a trained interpreter and translator (languages English and Russian), he is the right expert to give the finishing touch to especially German documents and planning papers. Since 2005 Michael Schulte has been active in the corporate finance consultancy firm eventurecat Corporate Finance Advisors. Prior to this he gained long-term experience in the project management of non-profit organisations.
Looking forward to seeing many of you there!