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Capital Raising Fundamentals for Female Entrepreneurs with RAISE Collective
• What we'll do On behalf of RAISE Collective, Spring will be facilitating a workshop for female entrepreneurs to help them navigate their unique challenges of raising capital and better understand the fundraising process. This is a female exclusive workshop, if you are a male entrepreneur, you are welcome to join our Virtual Funding101 Webinar: Enter the world of capital raising and enhance your understanding of the tools, resources, and process of raising growth capital for your business. Spring has mentored countless startups through capital raising, and we’ll showcase tips and tricks on how to be strategic in your investment-seeking process. Key topics covered in this workshop include: Process and stages of fundraising Types of investors: friends & family, angels, venture capital, debt Key types of investment: equity, convertible debt and non-dilutive funding sources Tips on getting investor ready Pitching Agenda: 8:30AM – Doors Open & Registration 8:45AM – Workshop will start ON TIME 12:00PM – Q&A 12:30PM – End About the Speaker: Keith Ippel, CEO and Co-Founder at Spring With over 15 years experience as a leader in technology centric businesses, Keith has accelerated the growth of both small and large companies, launched new products, and raised over $20m in angel investment and venture capital. He has an unparalleled ability to collaborate with entrepreneurs, employees, and investors to deliver amazing products to the market. Keith is passionate about creating opportunities that previously did not exist for people and co-founded Spring to bring that into the social venture space. • What to bring • Important to know Don't forget to sign up on Eventbrite for this event!


90-425 Carrall St · Vancouver, BC

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Social Innovation Meetup for startup workshops and networking to get funded or make more money. Vancouver social innovation hubs include for-profit companies for-good in our community. Social innovation can take place within government; for-profit sector, nonprofit sector, or in the spaces between them. There are a number of growing social innovation hubs in Vancouver that help social innovation startups grow. Many of these offer workspace, support and/or investors for eligible startups. Read more (

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