Manage & Follow-on Rounds - Part 1

Become familiar with the stages of growth of SMEs and how to support them
25 September
Time
Monday 25th of September From 20:30 to 22:00 CEST
Location
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Group
Webinar
Price
350.00 CHF
plus applicable VAT

Who should attend

  • Private investors who are active in the angel investing sector
  • Entrepreneurs to learn what to prepare for and expect

What will be covered

Part 1

  • Business models and phases of growth of SMEs – opportunities and challenges with each
  • Differentiate between start-ups and corporations when launching a new business
  • Monitoring and managing an investment

Part 2

  • Roles business angels can play
  • Discuss various types of follow-on rounds
  • Crisis management

How the webinar is delivered

  • This webinar is in 2 parts; registration for both is required to receive dial-up/log-in details
  • A visual presenation is used
  • An experienced Business Angel shares their knowledge and experience with you
  • Attendees share their experiences and raise issues they currently do, or have faced
  • Review real case studies

Terms and conditions

This is a virtual class: For best results, we recommend a high speed internet connection to view the presentation.  Registration is required for Part 1 (and where indicated, Part 2).  

Dial-in instructions will be included in the automated confirmation email following registration. It is recomanded that first time attendees log in 15 minutes prior to the event for system testing.

Places are limited (maximum 6-10 attendees). Email cancellations received up to 10 working days prior to commencement of Part 1 will be refunded in full. Email cancellations received between 10 working days and 72 hours (3 days), may receive a credit to use on any of the other Go Beyond events or training modules.  No refund will be accepted for cancellations received within 72 hours (3 days) or for cancellation/non-attendance of Part 2 (where applicable).

Please be advised that all our webinar sessions are recorded.

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