16 October 2018 | 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Event details

Ever wondered what makes a startup investable? What preparations are most predictive to investment success? What are investors truly looking for, and how do you navigate the dilution of equity amongst invested parties?

 

Join us for an intimate workshop as we address pain points, explore solutions & share learnings related to preparing for investment. Guided by two startup investment experts, you’ll have the opportunity to deep dive into the critical topics currently facing your business and learn from like-minded founders who’re facing similar challenges.

 

At our hands-on informative workshop, Preparing to raise Startup Investment, Ronen Heine – Founder & CEO of #CorporateAdvice and Rachel Yang – Investment Manager at Giant Leap will guide you through:

 

  • Investment 101, including industry terms and the main kinds of investment available
  • Cap tables & dilution
  • Putting together a winning pitch deck
  • Common investor questions
Presenters

Ronen Heine

Founder and CEO of #CorporateAdvice

Ronen is a commercial lawyer, startup and social enterprise strategist, and entrepreneur. Ronen founded #CorporateAdvice to help startups, for-purpose businesses, and social enterprises build and grow successful businesses. Ronen lives and breathes startups and is extremely passionate about developing and supporting an ecosystem in Australia.

Rachel Yang

Investment Manager at Giant Leap

Rachel Yang has a background in management consulting and has dealt with advisory and corporate finance. She was the first line of review deals and undertake due diligence, deal execution and management in an investment portfolio.

Her strengths include strategic, commercial and financial advice, simplifying complex concepts, coaching and supporting founders and making connections between people and groups.

Dates and fees
Tuesday
16 October
5:30 pm to 8:30 pm

$60 AUD
Location

Academy Xi,
Level 3,
45 Exhibition St,
Melbourne VIC 3000