Venue
TBA
TBA, California, USA

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Event Date Mon Mar 2 PST - Fri Mar 6 PST (almost 2 years ago)
In your timezone (EST): Mon Mar 2 11:00am - Fri Mar 6 8:00pm
Location TBA
California, USA
Region Americas
Details

This GLOMACS training seminar focuses on understanding the comprehensive range of alternatives for both debt and equity offered by capital providers worldwide. The program reviews the composition of assets [funds] managed by venture capital [VC] firms, individual and pooled angel investors, hedge funds, and private equity firms. It will examine case examples for each of the four providers relative to internal investment policies, financial positioning, expected time horizons, risk assessment and management, as well as the types of ventures [start-up and emerging growth], larger companies, and selection criteria for product-service projects they invest in. This seminar will also review several global networks for proactive deal-flow and screening-evaluation process flow and referrals, including a wide range of firms, funds, and individual investors from Silicon Valley to SE-Asia, Europe, and online crowd-funding consortia.

Who Should Attend?

This GLOMACS training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
• Anyone looking to expand potential new sources of funds opportunities well beyond traditional commercial banks and investment banks
• Anyone looking to improve financial alternatives for partnering with various capital providers on a wide range of business opportunities and projects
• Anyone looking to identify new sources of funds to support product-service and marketing expansion opportunities
• Board Members looking to enhance the range of capital provider alternatives to support long-term strategic initiatives and industry-market positioning
• Business Development Directors looking to proactively open up new dialogues with a broad range of potential capital providers, each with differing motives and selection criteria