What makes an investor want to invest in a film?
Why do some films get financed and others never get past the door?
Do you have a project you are itching to put together, if only you knew where to start?
Join us Tuesday Oct 22nd from 6pm to 8pm as Brian Burt of Snell & Wilmer Law Firm tackle these questions and many more about finding investors - the art of the deal.
In today's Hollywood, it is not enough to just want to write. Today's screenwriters also have to be producers as well as business owners. Whether you actually produce your own project or just write it, you have to treat your project like a business so you can get a leg up on the competition. Join us and learn how to prep your project so investors will want to invest.
To start or expand a business, you need capital. Raising capital, however, is one of the most difficult challenges that a company can undertake. In the current economy, investors at all levels have become increasingly risk adverse, resulting in even greater competition for their limited investment dollars. And heightened regulatory scrutiny by the SEC means that compliance with securities laws has never been more important.
So, what must an entrepreneur or business owner do to successfully navigate the process?
• Determining a company’s capital requirements
• Identifying those who can satisfy those requirements
• Defining the terms of the equity offering
• Understanding what it means to have investors
• Complying with federal and state securities laws
• Avoiding common pitfalls
• Strategies for increasing a company’s chance of success
About Brian Burt
Partner and Chair of firm's Emerging Business Group.
Business lawyer advising entrepreneurs and emerging growth companies in all stages of development, from formation to liquidity. He also represents banks, financial services companies, private investors, and venture capital funds.
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