• Archived 24x7 Webinar Recording - Valuation of Early Stage Ventures
    This is an archived version of the Valuation Webinar held on Feb 4th, 2014 at 9AM. Some parts of the audio were intermittent, but the presentation does come through quite well. In this 60 minute webinar based workshop we will review the key valuation models for early stage ventures: The Venture Capital Method The Discounted Cash Flow Method The Dave Berkus Model The Scorecard (Bill Payne) Method The Risk Factor Summation Method and assess their uses and merits, and review examples using the various methods. Target Audience - Entrepreneurs, current and would be angel and VC investors Desired Learning - students will have mastered the ability to assess valuations of early stage ventures using the common techniques being used today. Powerpoint presentation in PDF form will be provided to registered attendees for both the live webinar and the archived one. Presenter - Avi Fogel is a serial entrepreneur and active angel investor. He is a member of the board of NY Angels and runs its education committee. Avi is also a member of Launchpad Venture Group - a large angel group in Boston.

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  • The Startup Checklist
    Over 700,000 new businesses are founded each year in the United States and most of them are intended from the beginning to be traditional, small independent businesses. But a small subset—perhaps 20-30%—are founded by entrepreneurs who are deliberately setting out to create scalable, high-growth businesses designed for the twenty-first century; businesses that will hire employees, issue stock options, raise money from outside investors, grow rapidly, and eventually either be acquired by a larger company or "go public" through an initial public offering. Starting that kind of business gets very complicated, very quickly, and making even small mistakes at the beginning can cause problems at every later step along the way. These mistakes include the fundamental (starting a business that just doesn't make sense) to the painful (hooking up with people whose interests are divergent from yours) to the tragic (getting equity allocations wrong at the beginning and never being able to recover), all the way to the really, really expensive (making simple mistakes at the incorporation level that result in five- and six-figure clean-up costs the first time a serious investor is thinking of supporting you). In this special New York Angels Education Meetup, David S. Rose, the Founder & Chairman of New Angels and author of the New York Times best-seller The Startup Checklist: 25 Steps to a Scalable, High-Growth Business, will walk through an overview of the book and provide a one-stop checklist to starting off right. This session assumes no prior knowledge about business—just a strong desire to create something seriously big, and to do so in the most effective, most efficient, and least expensive way possible. David, a serial entrepreneur who is one of the world's leading startup investors (Forbes has described him as “New York’s Archangel”), will discuss the differences between a “small business” and a “startup”, walk you through the process, and provide the background you need to understand the whys in addition to the whats and the hows. He will introduce you to online tools that can greatly simplify the process, discuss the differences between incorporating as an LLC or a Delaware C corp, and answer questions from attendees. Following the session, David will be happy to sign your copies of either of his books, Angel Investing or The Startup Checklist. You will also have the opportunity to learn more about the online support for early stage entrepreneurs available at Founder's Workbench (https://www.foundersworkbench.com/) and Gust Launch (https://gust.com/launch/), as well as meet with representatives from Silicon Valley Bank (https://www.svb.com/startup-banking/). Target Audience: Very early stage entrepreneurs with a strong desire to create something seriously big in the most effective, efficient, and least expensive way possible! Speaker: David S. Rose is the Founder and Chairman Emeritus of New York Angels. He is an Inc. 500 CEO, serial entrepreneur, angel investor, author and professor who has founded or funded over 100 pioneering companies. He has been described by BusinessWeek as a "world conquering entrepreneur", by Crain's New York Business as "the father of angel investing in New York", and by Red Herring magazine as "patriarch of Silicon Alley". As an entrepreneurial executive himself, David is the founder and CEO of Gust, which operates the world's largest online tools platform and community for entrepreneurs and early stage investors. Gust is used by over 500,000 entrepreneurs in 191 countries to connect with tens of thousands of accredited investors through more than 2,000 angel investment groups, competitions and venture funds. Gust’s new Gust Launch software-as-a-service platform empowers entrepreneurs to found, set up and operate an investor-ready, high-growth startup with the press of a button. David is also Managing Director of Rose Tech Ventures; Co-Founder and Managing Director of the AREA Accelerator in Real Estate Technology; and Founding Track Chair for Finance and Entrepreneurship at Singularity University, the Google/NASA-sponsored post-graduate program in exponential technologies. He is Chairman of Boards of New York Angels portfolio company Social Bicycles serves on the boards of directors of KoolSpan and Moven, and is an active early stage investor in companies including RealtyMogul, Space Adventures, Panjiva, Performline and Magnetic. David is well known in the business startup community for discovering and mentoring high-potential entrepreneurs, and has been profiled by BusinessWeek as "The Pitch Coach" for his ability to help CEOs perfect their fundraising skills. He is a regular speaker at the TED conferences, and his TEDtalk on How to Pitch a VC has been viewed nearly a million times. A five-time Top Writer about startup subjects on Quora, David lectures at business schools including Yale, Harvard, Columbia, Pace, and Stevens, and was named Mentor of the Year by NYU's Stern School of Business.

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  • The Startup Checklist
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  • How Do I Raise More Funding?
    You are invited by New York Angels Education Committee and Goodwin LLP to an after-work session where a panel of experts will provide key insights to help start-ups fund their aspirations. Targeted specifically for entrepreneurs, you’ll hear what angel and early-stage venture capital investors look for when being pitched. There will be refreshments, snacks and plenty of time for Q&A and networking! Target Audience: Entrepreneurs Desired Learning: -How to best structure your company -Candid assessment of the product/service vis-à-vis the competition -Safeguarding your intellectual property -Proof of concept and pivots -Realistic revenue streams and valuations -Exit strategies PANELISTS: Brian Cohen is Chairman of New York Angels, one of the most active angel groups in the world. He was the first investor in Pinterest, and numerous other industry leading startups. He is the Founding Partner of New York Venture Partners LLC, a seed stage venture capital firm dedicated to providing an ecosystem of financing, mentorship, and strategic marketing consulting to the best entrepreneurs. Brian advises entrepreneur students at NYU and Columbia University, and is the author of “What Every Angel Investor Wants You To Know: An Insider Reveals How To Get Smart Funding For Your Billion Dollar Idea.” He is the recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus Award from Boston University. Brian is a Board Member of BUILD.org, headquartered in San Francisco Bay Area, with operations in Washington, Boston, and now in New York City, since 2015. Carol Curley is the Chief Investment Officer of The Charian Group, an early stage investment vehicle. She is an active member of New York Angels, and is also currently a Managing Director at Golden Seeds, an investment firm focused on women-led businesses. Carol currently serves on the Advisory Board of Penn/Wharton Entrepreneurship and on the Investment Committee of Chestnut Street Ventures. She has previously served as an Advisor to the Prosper Startup Accelerator in St Louis; a mentor to the Pipeline Angels; the New York Advisory Board of Astia; the Board and Executive Committee of Investors’ Circle, a network of socially-responsible private investors; the Board and Investment Committee of The Dallas Women’s Foundation, and the Board of The Women’s Opportunity Fund, a non-profit microlending enterprise. Carol writes about topics impacting early-stage investing through her blog - https://womeninvest.nyc Steve Davis is a partner in Goodwin Law’s Business Law Department and a member of the Technology Companies Group and the Life Sciences, Capital Markets, and Clean Tech Practices. He has extensive experience in several areas of corporate practice with a focus on venture capital, corporate finance and securities, mergers and acquisitions, private equity and corporate counseling. Steve is also a key contributor to the Goodwin Founders Workbench, an online resource for start-ups, emerging companies and the entrepreneurial community. He serves as an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School in Start-Up Law and is a Lecturer in Venture at the Columbia Business School. Steve joined Goodwin in 2008. Heather Zhuang is an Investor at Two Sigma Ventures, an early stage fund based in NYC that seeks companies who are delivering change through data-driven science and engineering, to any industry vertical. Prior to joining TSV in 2015, Heather was a quantitative researcher at Two Sigma Investments, where she developed algorithms to model the financial markets, and sort colleagues into lunch groups for fun. She also worked on strategic data analytics and reporting projects for HR, legal, and accounting. Heather credits her fascination with science and technology to black holes, bad weather in the MidWest, and Age of Empires. In her spare time, she's exploring technologies that could augment people-to-people communication, and "missing" data that should be collected for the public good. Heather studied Economics and Statistics at Harvard, and is a National American Miss titleholder. MODERATOR: Nathan Sambul provides marketing strategy and communication services, with expertise in market research, advertising, public relations, knowledge management, and consumer behavior. He is a mentor and investor in start-up operations in the U.S., France, and Israel. He is also a visiting professor in strategic marketing to the MBA programs at ISM (International School of Management) and ISEG (l'Institut Supérieur Européen de Gestion) both in Paris. He is the author of Top Trader's Guide to Technical Analysis, published by Dearborn Financial Publishing, and was the editor in chief of The Handbook of Private Television, published by McGraw-Hill.

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    620 8th Avenue (at 41st Street) · New York, NY

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  • Crypto-currencies, blockchain and bitcoin - industry trends
    What are crypto-currencies? How does Blockchain facilitate crypto-currencies? Why has Bitcoin, the predominant crypto-currency, escalated in price by 50,000 %(!!) over the past five years? What will crypto-currencies mean for means of payments in the future? what new innovations and companies are coming down this path of crypto-currencies? In this New York Angels webinar, moderated by Avi Fogel of New York Angels, David Siegel will provide a comprehensive introduction of one hour, to this new field, and will address the questions above as well as others. David Siegel, founder (Switzerland). David built a web-design and strategy agency in San Francisco in the 1990s and sold it to KPMG. He has been at the forefront of technology and venture investing for 30 years. He has written five books about technology and business. In 2016, he was a candidate to be the dean of Stanford business school (http://openstanford.com/). He is an expert on blockchain, future technologies, angel investing (http://globalbetaventures.com/), and startups (https://skillsmatter.com/skillscasts/9828-an-entrepreneurial-evening-with-david-siegel). He is currently a principal at 20/30.io, a global network of blockchain innovators. This is his 22nd company. You can see his work at dsiegel.com (http://dsiegel.com/). David will broadcast his webinar over GoToMeeting, from Zurich, Switzerland, and a copy of his presentation will be provided to attendees. It is highly recommended that you read the following backgrounders to get most out of the webinar: www.decentralstation.com (http://www.decentralstation.com/) www.globalbetaventures.com (http://www.globalbetaventures.com/) From the PWC site at: https://www.pwc.com/us/en/financial-services/fintech/bitcoin-blockchain-cryptocurrency.html Blockchain is the technology that enables the existence of crypto-currency (among other things). Bitcoin is the name of the best-known crypto-currency, the one for which blockchain technology was invented. A crypto-currency is a medium of exchange, such as the US dollar, but is digital and uses encryption techniques to control the creation of monetary units and to verify the transfer of funds.

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  • Hot Off the Press - Principles and Mechanics of Term Sheets
    David S. Rose, Founder and Chairman Emeritus of New York Angels, will cover the fundamentals of investment term sheets in this live webinar. He will review the principles and mechanics of term sheets that both entrepreneurs and investors need to know, based on his New York Times best sellers, Angel Investing, the standard textbook for investors, and The Startup Checklist, the new guidebook for high growth entrepreneurs. Topics to be covered include: * Term sheet fundamentals * Convertible Notes and Equity Seed Rounds * Amount and Valuation* Founder stock, employee option pools and vesting plans * Dividends and Liquidation preferences, * Anti-dilution protection * Board of directors - composition; compensation; schedule; D&O insurance * Voting rights and Protective provisions * Future financings, Mergers, Sales and Liquidations * Pro rata rights in future rounds * Redemption * Tag along / drag along and Pay to Play * Information and Registration rights * ROFR/Co-sale and Pre-emptive rights * The New York Angels standard Series Seed Term Sheet * Legal costs, Closing Mechanics and On-line Support Target Audience - Entrepreneurs and investors, as well as service professionals and academics, who desire to understand the basic business terminology, perspectives and math associated with building and funding startup businesses. Desired Learning - Upon completion, the attendee will have learned the major factors involved in financing high-growth startups, and specifically the terms of the standard New York Angels Series Seed Term Sheet. This will enable faster, more collaborative funding efforts for both investor and entrepreneur. Speaker - David S. Rose is an Inc. 500 CEO, serial entrepreneur, angel investor, author and professor who has founded or funded over 100 pioneering companies. He has been described by Forbes as "New York's Archangel", by BusinessWeek as a "world conquering entrepreneur", by Crain's New York Business as "the father of angel investing in New York", and by Red Herring magazine as "patriarch of Silicon Alley". As an entrepreneurial executive himself, David is the founder and CEO of Gust, which operates the world's largest online platform and community for entrepreneurs and early stage investors. Gust is used by hundreds of thousands of entrepreneurs in 190 countries to connect with tens of thousands of accredited investors through more than 1,000 angel investment groups, competitions and venture funds. He is also Managing Director of Rose Tech Ventures; Founder and Chairman Emeritus of New York Angels; and Founding Track Chair for Finance and Entrepreneurship at Singularity University, the Google/NASA-sponsored post-graduate program in exponential technologies. David is Chairman of Boards of New York Angels portfolio companies Social Bicycles and waywire.com, serves as a director of KoolSpan; TekServe and the NY Tech Meetup, and is an active early stage investor in companies including RealtyMogul, Space Adventures, Moven and Magnetic. He is well known in the business startup community for discovering and mentoring high-potential entrepreneurs, and has been profiled by BusinessWeek as "The Pitch Coach" for his ability to help CEOs perfect their fundraising skills. He is a regular speaker at the TED conferences, and his TEDtalk on How to Pitch a VC has been viewed nearly a million times. He lectures at business schools including Yale, Harvard, Columbia, Pace, and Stevens, and was named Mentor of the Year by NYU's Stern School of Business. David can be found online at davidsrose.com (http://davidsrose.com/) and followed @davidsrose. PAYMENTS - some members have reported issues with the meetup.com payment system. Should you have issues - please use - http://paypal.me/avif/6 , and an organizer will RSVP you in.

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    Online · New York, NY

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  • Archived 24x7 Recording: All You Ever Wanted to Know About Term Sheets
    Content - Based on the very successful in-person workshops on term sheets conducted by David S. Rose and Avi Fogel in 2011 a comprehensive 60 minute webinar will be delivering much of this knowledge again. David S. Rose will review the "Term Sheet" body of knowledge that entrepreneurs and investors need to know, in his inimitable style and based on his experience as one of the country's leading super angels. Body of Knowledge * Term sheet fundamentals * Convertible Notes and Equity Seed Rounds * Amount and Valuation * Founder stock, employee option pools and vesting plans * Dividends and Liquidation preferences, * Anti-dilution protection * Board of directors - composition; compensation; schedule; D&O insurance * Voting rights and Protective provisions * Future financings, Mergers, Sales and Liquidations * Pro rata rights in future rounds * Redemption * Tag along / drag along and Pay to Play * Information and Registration rights * ROFR/Co-sale and Pre-emptive rights * The New York Angels standard Series Seed Term Sheet * Legal costs, Closing Mechanics and On-line Support Target Audience - Entrepreneur leaders and investors, as well as service professionals and academics who desire to understand the basic business terminology, perspectives and math associated with building and funding startup businesses. Desired Learning - Upon completion, the attendee will have learned all the major factors showing up in startup funding deals, and specifically the terms of the standard New York Angels Series Seed Term Sheet. This will enable a faster, more collaborative funding effort for both investor and entrepreneur. Speaker - David S. Rose - founder and Chairman Emeritus of New York Angels, is a serial entrepreneur who has founded half a dozen companies and an active 'super angel' investor who has funded 90 others. He is Managing Principal of Rose Tech Ventures, an early-stage fund specializing in Internet-based business; and CEO of Gust, the company that operates the global infrastructure for the early stage financing industry, powering not only New York Angels, but also over 1,000 other angel groups and venture funds around the world. An Inc 500 CEO, David has been called "New York's Archangel" by Forbes, "the Father of Angel Investing in New York" by Crain's New York Business, "patriarch of Silicon Alley" by Red Herring magazine, and a "world conquering entrepreneur" by BusinessWeek, which also nicknamed him 'The Pitch Coach' for his training of entrepreneurs seeking funding from venture capitalists and angel investors. David has been involved in the development of the Silicon Alley technology community in New York for many decades, including working with online data services in the 1970s, founding an early personal computer training company in the 1980s, a wireless data information network in the 1990s and the Gust angel investing platform in the 2000s. He is an associate founder of Singularity University, where he was Founding Track Chair for Finance, Entrepreneurship and Economics, and hosted the online reality web series 'Second Chance' on MSN. He has a BA from Yale, an MBA from Columbia Business School, and a D. Eng. (hc) from Stevens Institute of Technology.

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  • Investors' Guide to the Israeli Startup Ecosystem
    Join the New York Angels' Meetup members and speakers Baruch Gindin and Azi Cohen for insights into investing in Israeli startups. Content - Investor insights to the Israeli startup community with special presentations by Baruch Gindin on the Israeli Startup Ecosystem and Azi Cohen on Investing in Israel: an Angel and VC Guide, followed by a panel discussion. Target Audience - Angel investors, VCs, startup community Desired Learning - Questions answered on how to work with the existing infrastructure of the Israeli startup community and learn how other U.S. based investors have been successful in investing in Israel. Speaker- Baruch Gindin was ranked by Israel Computer Weekly Magazine as one of its few "Twenty Years Continuous Most Influential IT Executives" and in 2014 he completed a career of 28 years as an executive at Gartner, where in the last years he headed the hi-tech industry emerging economies in EMEA. Baruch also built the hi-tech road map for the Israel Government (including the "Go No Go" for Intel's largest ex-USA multi-billion dollar investment), adopted later also by other states. At present Baruch has returned to the CEO position of Comset Ltd. He has also been appointed by multinational companies (in particular Ford Motors) to act as their scout for hi-tech. He serves as a Board Member on three Israeli and two American hi-tech companies. Baruch studied Economy for the first degree and IT Business Management for Master at Tel-Aviv University Business, where he also lectured on IT for several years. Speaker - Azi Cohen is an entrepreneur/CEO with 20 years’ experience managing technology-based startups. He was the CEO of Eurekify, the pioneer developer of Enterprise Role Management software (acquired by CA). Before Eurekify, Azi was the CEO and GM of several companies, including Aduva, Sapiens Israel and Precise Software Israel. Azi is an active angel investor with a focus on enterprise software and a member of the New York Angels. He serves as Chairman and Board Members of several companies. Azi holds a B.Sc. with honor in Engineering of Information Systems from the Technion. Panelist - Bart Stanco is a vice president and executive partner with Gartner, the world's leading information technology research and advisory company. Currently with Gartner Executive Programs, Mr. Stanco’s was previously CIO at Gartner, responsible for all aspects of the internal IT systems, including application development, communication, Web development for internal applications, production systems, IT system operations, IT asset acquisitions and leasing, and the portfolio management development of a comprehensive, three-year IT plan. Mr. Stanco has been named Gartner Analyst of the Year three years in a row, one of the Premier 100 Leaders in the IT Industry for 2002 and was recognized by CIO magazine for business alignment in 2001. He is a board member of Women's Business Development, a commissioner for the State of Connecticut and the vice chair of the Connecticut Education and Technology Commission. Mr. Stanco holds bachelor's degrees in pre-medicine and electrical engineering from Polytech, where he researched the bionic medical field.

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  • VC Panel: Myth of the Technical Cofounder
    RSVP Required via http://connect.pivotal.io/VC-Panel-Discussion-NYC.html RSVPs via Meetup are not valid; interested parties must use link Join us at Pivotal Labs for the VC Panel debunking the myth that startups must have a technical cofounder to get investment. Engage with our prominent panel of investors who will discuss the options startups have at this event co-hosted by New York Angels and Pivotal Labs. VC PANELISTS: Fran Hauser, Partner at Rothenberg Ventures Fran Hauser is a venture capital investor, digital media veteran, and an advocate for women and kids. She is passionate about connecting people and inspiring change. An active investor, Fran is a partner at Rothenberg Ventures ("RV"). Through her work at RV and as an angel investor, she has actively supported dozens of innovative companies including ZADY, LevoLeague, Hullabalu, Bustle, HelloGiggles and Preserve and has invested in some of the most promising companies in digital media and e-commerce. Before diving into the world of venture capital, Fran spent 15 years in the digital media space, holding President and General Manager positions at Time Inc., AOL and Moviefone. She played an integral role in the $400mm sale of Moviefone to AOL and in building PEOPLE.com into one of the most successful women's websites. Steve Schlafman, Principal at RRE Prior to joining RRE, Steve was a Principal at Lerer Ventures, one of NYC's most active seed funds. Steve was previously VP of Business Development at Stickybits Inc. /Turntable.fm and Director of Venture Investments at The Kraft Group, a diversified holding company focused on sports & entertainment, paper & packaging, real estate development, and private equity. Steve started his career at Massive Inc. and Microsoft in a variety of Business Development, Strategy and Corporate Finance roles. He regularly teaches at GA and Skillshare, and has guest lectured at Columbia Business School, Wharton, and Harvard Business School. Kate Shillo, Principal at Galvanize Kate Shillo helps manage investments for Galvanize Ventures. Previously she helped build and manage Lerer Ventures as Director of Operations for 4 years - an early stage tech investment firm in NYC with over 190 investments. Prior to that, Kate was an EA to Kenneth Lerer, Founder of Lerer Ventures and The Huffington Post, and launched her career as an EA to Martha Stewart at MSLO. Moderator: Graham Siener, Director of Product Management at Pivotal Labs Graham is extending Pivotal's renowned software development practice to include Product Management for our clients. Graham specializes in a systems thinking approach to product development and client satisfaction. He has a reputation for effective product and engineering management, along with excellent communication and operational skills. Graham started his career building Enterprise software before switching gears to a founding product role at a number of early stage and established startups. He now oversees the innovative product management practice at Pivotal Labs, and can often be heard nerding out on agile process and Lean Methodologies.

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    Pivotal Labs

    625 Avenue of the Americas, 2nd floor · New York, NY

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  • Exit considerations when you launch your startup
    Thinking About Exit When You Start Your Business: Entrepreneurs Envisioning Successful Outcomes for Themselves and their Investors Join a webinar led by Church Lewis and Claire Gruppo, partners at Gruppo, Levey & Co., the investment bank sponsor of New York Angels. Each with more than 20 years of experience in growth company finance and merger and acquisition transactions, Church and Claire will be sharing their perspective on the range of outcomes possible for a startup venture with seed/angel funding and their probability of occurrence. Among these possible outcomes, they note that a completed sale of a company is the one most within the control of the entrepreneur and the management team because it can be achieved early in the life of a company meeting its objectives and can happen before additional funding is required. The number of companies that receive first-time VC funding each year is a very small fraction of those that receive seed/angel funding. Of those that are VC funded, only 2% become public (IPO). Similarly, the potential of becoming a billion dollar company, which may be one of the exciting characteristics of the business idea behind a startup, is not the same as the actuality of becoming a billion dollar company. Tumblr’s sale to Yahoo is the only example of an angel or VC backed company in NY reaching (or going public at) this value in 2013. If the startup entrepreneur cannot plan for an IPO or for a billion dollar valuation, then what are the financial goals that the startup entrepreneur can have in view and around which a tactical plan can be built? On a personal level, what is the minimum financial outcome with which a startup entrepreneur would be satisfied for as many as five and potentially more years of dedicated, unrelenting effort? Anticipating and planning for an early sale is often the best path to successful exit for entrepreneurs and their backers, even though the sale price at this point may be as low as $10 million and is unlikely to exceed $30 million. Target Audience: Startup entrepreneurs who have received seed/angel funding, their seed/angel investors, and other entrepreneurs who want to start companies. Desired learning: Participants will come away understanding that IPOs and other high value exit events happen very rarely. Further funding beyond the seed/angel round from venture capitalists may be hard to obtain, will be dilutive and elevate the value required to deliver good financial returns to the entrepreneur and investors. Therefore a startup should target becoming an attractive sale candidate with its seed/angel funding, achieving the following characteristics- · Revenue of approximately $5 million or more · Annual revenue growth of 30% or more · Attractive gross profit and contribution margins · Continuing differentiated position in its chosen market When this threshold is reached, the entrepreneur should speak with an investment bank for an assessment of the company’s sale potential. Speakers: Church Lewis began his growth company investment banking career at Alex. Brown in the 1980’s and ran the internet and digital media investment banking business for eight years at Needham & Co. before joining Gruppo, Levey as a Partner in 2012. Claire Gruppo founded Gruppo, Levey in 1992, following a successful career in business development for American Express, to provide M&A advice to direct marketing, media, and data analytics companies. Today, the firm predominantly advises technology enabled service companies in M&A and later stage financing transactions. www.glconline.com (http://www.glconline.com/)

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    Online Webinar

    Online · New York, NY

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