How to build a startup funding strategy

Feb 15 10:00 am — 12:00 pm

Event Details

Date: 15 February 2023

Location: Martin Luther King Jr. Library, 3rd Floor (SJPL Works)

Time: 10 AM – Noon

Too many founders rush into fundraising without a clear strategy. Diving right into a pitch deck is alluring and fun, but failing to understand the right funding approach, sources, vehicles and targets leads to higher stress, increased risk, and — most importantly — greatly reduced founder payouts.

Learn the right way to fund your startup by first determining:

  1. How much to raise
  2. When to raise
  3. From where to raise
  4. What type of fund to raise
  5. From whom to raise

Learn how to maximize valuationsimprove fundraising terms, and minimize founder dilution by strategically identifying and leveraging your startup’s inflection points.

Presented by: Sam Wong, CEO Fundable Startups
A published author and a CEO, CTO or Tech VP of 5 startups with 3 exits, Sam Wong leads the founder training academy at Fundable Startups, builds investor pitch decks, and validates startup ideas.

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