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TiE CXO: Early Stage Fundraising – How to Get Investors to a ‘Yes’

Startups need capital to grow, however the process of raising is often long, arduous, and complex; and even more so with the current economic climate. TiE is hosting a seminar plus speaker panel on early stage fundraising and what founders need to know.

Speaker Panel:

  • Catherine Dahl – Founder Beanworks (successful exit, M&A $100m+)
  • Mark Trevitt – Defined VC (Venture Partner, Tribe Capital $1.6B+ AUM )
  • Jay Rhind – General Partner, Rhino Ventures ($120m Fund III)

Moderated by Maninder Dhaliwal – Managing Partner, Startup Studio Accelerator & Venture Fund; Founding Chair, TiE Incubator and TiE Vancouver Angels.

Doors Open: 5:00pm

TiE CXO Seminar: 5:30-6:30pm

Speaker Panel: 7:00-8:00pm

Networking: 8:00-9:00pm

TiE CXO Seminar: How to combine and leverage PMF, GTM and storytelling for early-stage fundraising

Intended Audience: Early-stage Founders – Pre-Seed, Seed, Post-Seed, and Pre-Series-A

A successful articulation of a startup story with early proof of synergy between product-market-fit (PMF) and go-to-market (GTM) strategy is a must have for raising early-stage capital. We will talk about how founders can show early proof of PMF, how they can convince investors the validity of their GTM strategy, and how they can combine the two to paint a picture of a project with high potential of succeeding.

Takeaway 1 – What is PMF and GTM and what do they mean for raising early-stage capital

Takeaway 2 – How can founders perfect the startup storytelling to get investors to a ‘yes’

Takeaway 3 – How to set yourself at seed to make it easier to raise Series-A

For more information click the register link

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Event Details

TiE CXO: Early Stage Fundraising – How to Get Investors to a ‘Yes’

December 6 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm


TiE Vancouver