Would you invest in your business?
WEBINAR | THURSDAY 8 JULY
9AM-10AM BST | 6PM-7PM AEST
If you were in the shoes of an investor looking at your business, how likely would you be to invest?
No doubt you're convinced that you have an amazing product. But that's NOT what an investor cares about.
What's important is whether you can show how investable your BUSINESS is. And to complicate things further, this changes as a function of the investor that you are talking to.
In short, investors want to know:
"What Is Your Business' Equity Story?"
Guest speaker, Brigitte Lawler works with young tech companies helping the founders get investment and to achieve commercial success.
If you’re considering looking for investors (or even just considering that path) or developing your 1st pitch deck, then you’ll want to tap into Brigitte’s expertise and advice on attracting the right investor.
WHAT'S IN THE WEBINAR? BRIGITTE WILL DIVE INTO:
WHY in 1st meetings, most investors are looking for a reason to say NO
What types of investors are there and which is best for you
Why investors don’t really care about your product like you do
What investors ACTUALLY care about. This will surprise you
Getting investment is a sales process. Are you actually treating it that way?
What is the single most important investor characteristic for you
MARK COTGROVE - VISIBLE PATHWAY
An entrepreneur for 25 yrs and a founder or co-founder of 4 companies, most recently Nimbus Partners, a software company founded in a bedroom in 1998, grown into a multi-national company and successfully sold to Tibco in 2011. Mark has the ability to make the complex seem simple and is an accomplished speaker.
OUR SPECIAL GUEST
BRIGITTE LAWLER - LEGEND SA
Brigitte is the founder of LEGEND, a business working internationally with tech start-ups to take their innovative product to commercial success. We understand that having a good solution is not enough to run a successful business, so we work with our clients to get their product to market, to run operations and attract the investment needed to realise their growth plans.