You might be interested in getting your startup into an accelerator – and rest assured Boston has no shortage of options – but it’s hard to know exactly what the best options for your stage and industry are.Find out more »
What: The pitch practice will give you – TCN Members – the chance to give a 10 minute pitch about your company to investors, experienced entrepreneurs, mentors etc who are part of our Advisory Board and hear constructive feedback. During the hour members will have the chance to give their pitch 2-3 times and get feedback each time.Find out more »
Financial Projections are key in all aspects of the fundraising process: Pitching, Valuation, Due Diligence, and in the long term planning of your company. Join our experts in an overview discussion of financial projections and learn the key metrics that will get investors to notice you, as well as those that will get you rejected.Find out more »
A great opportunity for entrepreneurs! Get real time feedback from experienced angel investors, without the pressure of a formal pitch session.Find out more »
Not all angel groups are created equal. Hear from the leaders of the top angel groups in Boston on where to begin when you are approaching angel groups. Learn what to expect, what they like to see, and how to make your application and pitch stand out.Find out more »
TCN UpStart Roundtables are monthly gatherings at the Venture Cafe that bring together Boston-area early-stage startups and seasoned entrepreneurs. This free series with The Capital Network, Venture Cafe,…Find out more »
Every Year for the past 30 years more women than men have graduated college. Women are entering the workforce in equal numbers to men, but women still: Earn 79% of their male counterparts, Receive less than 10% of venture capital funding, Make up only 18% of all start-up founders, Run only 4% of Fortune 500 companies, Only 2 % of women owned firms generate more than a million dollars.Find out more »
Term sheets got you tearing your hair out?
Come to Understanding Angel & Venture Term Sheets: A Play In 3 Acts where you will experience an in-depth discussion hosted by some of Boston’s most experienced attorneys. Through re-enactment of negotiations, you’ll understand how all parties: entrepreneurs, engineers and investors understand this process from their own perspectives.
In today’s difficult investment climate, entrepreneurs should have a clear understanding of the impact of proposed financing – before they talk to investors. This session will both explain terms and show you the exact numerical consequences of these difficult negotiating points:Find out more »
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