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Start-up Training for Entrepreneurs - How to finance my start-up business?

From 10:00 to 18:00
Location: Darmstadt, Germany

One of the most important questions regarding the establishment of a business venture is the financing of the start-up activities and the expansion phases. Idea and prototypes need to be further developed for the market, the business concept has to be defined and developed, resources have to be structured, and the first steps towards business operation have to be taken. There exist several different financing sources for such steps in the pre-Seed, the seed, the start-up and the expansion phases. This seminar will introduce the different forms, the impacts and the unique features of available financing opportunities.

The following themes will be addressed:

  • Nature and characteristics of corporate financing
  • Public programs for the advancement of entrepreneurship
  • Unique characteristics of financing in the different life cycle stages of new business ventures
  • Nature, characteristics and „killer criteria“ of VC financing

Your benefit from the seminar:
In this seminar, methods for the successful financing of entrepreneurial activities will be presented. Each individual financing option will be discussed and consequently the various alternative actions an entrepreneur may take will be addressed. You will not only learn about the different forms of financing, but also obtain insight into the perspectives of potential investors (Business Angels, VCs, Banks).

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This seminar is organised in the framework of the TESLA project.
TESLA is a transnational innovation support project involving eight partners from six EU Member States. The overall objective of the project is to support the growth and development of early stage High Potential Start Up (HPSU) companies in Ireland, Wales, Germany, France, Belgium and the Netherlands through a programme of transnational pilot innovation and business support initiatives.

Associated member: INI-Novation GmbH
Published on 20-11-2014 00:00 by Nathalie Marchand. 2529 page views

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