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#InvestmentTalk - What Silicon Valley Investors look for in startups

  • February 17 · 6:30 PM
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REGISTER HERE.  We will provide your contact info to Mr. Jaranilla.   This event is geared for startups and is open to the public.

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WHAT:     InvestmentTalk - What Silicon Valley investors look for in startups

WHO:  Jonathan Cosino Jaranilla , Managing Partner, Sead Phase Ventures

WHEN:    Friday, February 18, 2017    6:30pm to 9pm

WHERE:   TheTideCebu.com , 7th floor, Skyrise 1, I.T.Park, Lahug, Cebu City.  Building requires business casual dress code.  NO shorts or slippers pls. 


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How does Silicon Valley invest in startups in the Philippines?

What is their criteria in working with investment opportunities?

How can you make your startup attractive to investors?

How does a non-US startup approach a Silicon Valley investor?

When do you get outside investment vs. self-funding?

Learn the basic concepts of tech startup investment.

-- THIS FRIDAY NIGHT's MEETUP is geared for startups but it is open to the public.  Come learn and ask questions!

Jonathan Cosino Jaranilla is Managing Partner of San Francisco-based Sead Phase Ventures which invests in early stage technology startups in Southeast Asia and Silicon Valley.  He used to be a startup founder and attended DRAPER University where he formalized VC fund.  He splits his time between San Francisco and the Philippines.

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WHY

If you have a tech startup, you may decide to fund your own company or get outside funding.   If you follow the traditional Silicon Valley model for investment, join this meetup to learn more about it.    Open to all who are interested in tech, startups, entrepreneurship, and investments.

Background Article:  Meet the 28-year-old tech whiz who's making $4 billion from Snapchat

"Snapchat co-founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Bobby Murphy is a Filipino American.  When it comes to Snapchat’s parent company Snap, which filed for a $3 billion IPO last week, you’re likely more familiar with the company’s CEO Evan Spiegel than its co-founder, Bobby Murphy. But as Snap’s chief technical officer, Murphy remains no less integral to Snap’s ongoing success than its better-known chief executive is.  Born and raised in Berkeley, Calif., the 28-year-old Filipino American co-founder met Spiegel at Stanford University while studying for a degree in mathematics and computational science. Now, with Snap gearing up to go public in March, Murphy is poised to have a whopping $4 billion net worth,  according to Forbes."

Background Articles
http://www.inc.com/john-rampton/silicon-valley-s-most-well-known-investors-of-2016.html

http://venturebeat.com/2015/10/30/how-non-u-s-startups-should-approach-silicon-valley-investors/


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If you are a serious investor, join the private lunch meeting on Feb 16.   See separate meetup announcement

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