The investor presentation is your primary vehicle for conveying an organized thought process to investors about your business, team, and pathway to success. Entrepreneurs need well-conceived investor presentations and executive summaries to get the attention of investors and build interest in their business. Our panel consists of three successful investors who have looked at many early stage companies. They will provide advice on how to put an investor presentation together, tell you what works and doesn’t work in today’s investment climate, network with you, and answer your questions.
Trying to build a start-up company? Trying to get a product or service to market? Trying to recruit key players? Trying to raise capital? If you face these questions in your early stage company, and run into roadblocks and unforeseen obstacles, you may wish there was someone on your side, who’s “been there, done that”, to offer useful advice. It can get lonely at the top, and a Board can offer a key supportive resource.
Are you getting ready to raise seed investment for your company? On May 5th ENET will host a panel of leaders from the Boston seed and angel investing community who will answer your questions about how they make investment decisions. No presentations. No slides. It will be just you, the panel, and your questions.
The term 'Lean Start-Up' may mean different things to people involved in different business sectors, but the bottom line for everybody is the same. Lean startups focus on getting to marketed products or to significant product development value inflections with minimum expenditures of capital and time. It’s a good thing! Join us for an interactive discussion with a panel of entrepreneurs with very different lean startups.