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29Nov
Venture Capital: Fundraising Advice for Founders
6:30 PM - 11:59 PM Alley Chelsea
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Date: November 29, 2018 to November 29, 2018
Where: Alley Chelsea, 119 West 24th Street , 4th floor, New York, New York, United States
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Business, Education
Ticket Price: N/A
Funding is one of the biggest pain points entrepreneurs face when building their companies. For those entrepreneurs considering a venture path for their startups, we know the road ahead can seem daunting: making the right connections, valuing your company, closing the deal and strategically planning a future that makes sense for the business, as well as a new set of stakeholders. Join us for a panel discussion with founders and investors who'll share their own insights from both sides of the table about securing early-stage funding. We're discussing: Considering whether the venture path is right for your startup Meeting the right people & building an investor funnel Valuing your company Deciding how much to raise Understanding common mistakes and pitfalls in fundraising Creating the right pitch Negotiating And much more! About the panelists Ryley Reynolds is an Investor at Thrive Capital, a venture capital investment firm focused on media and internet investments. It was founded by Joshua Kushner in 2009 and has invested in many tech darlings like GitHub, Slack, ClassPass, Harry's, Patreon, and Instagram. Ryley joined Thrive Capital as an Investor in 2017. Prior to Thrive, Ryley was an associate at Insight Venture Partners. Rebecca Kaden is a Partner at Union Square Ventures, a small collegial partnership that manages over $1B across seven funds. Their portfolio companies create services that have the potential to fundamentally transform important markets. She began her career as a journalist and, prior to USV, was a Partner at Maveron, a consumer-focused early stage fund. Rebecca was born in New York City. She studied English and American Literature at Harvard and received her MBA from Stanford. Dan Ahrens is a Vice President at Insight Venture Partners, a leading venture capital and private equity firm investing in high-growth technology and software companies that are driving transformative change in their industries. Founded in 1995, Insight currently manage
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