Master Class on Startup Funding

Event Details

Would you like to learn how to get funding for your startup?

This full day master class meeting aims to give startups important help in gathering funds.

Price: 2000 NOK + VAT per person.

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9.00-9.30: Welcome
– Quick introduction to the workshop and participants
– Walk-through of the agenda and goal for the workshop

09.30-11.15 Introduction to startup funding
– Who invest in the different phases of a startup (different investors for different phases)
– What are the different types of investors looking for (different type of investors for different types of startups)
– The importance of the team and co-founders before approaching investors
– Detailed walk-trough of the different types of investors: Venture Capital, Banks, Crowdfunding, Business Angels, Corporate Investors, Public Funding, Friends & Family etc.
– How to convince them
– Pros and cons of each type of investor
– Usual investment terms (valuation, control rights etc.)

11.15-12.00 Break

12.00-13.00 Where to find and how to contact investors
– Where to find the different types of investors, relevant for YOUR startup
– Strategy for funding the most relevant investors
– HOW to contact them (e-mail/phone, conferences, via introductions etc.)
– What kind of investor material would you need in the dialogue with investors
– Walk-through of typical process (from first contact to negotiations to signed deal)

13.00-13.45 10 gode råd til å skaffe penger fra NORSKE investorer
v/ Lars Gunnar Fledsberg, adm dir Fledsberg Finans og Partner Coworking International

13.45-14.45 The executive summary
– What is an executive summary
– Walk-through of content
– How to use the executive summary

14.45-16.30 The pitch deck and budget
– Nicolaj will go through the approximately 15 different parts/slides in the pitch deck:
– What you should focus on in each element (taken your industry/stage/funding strategy into consideration)
– How to avoid the most common mistakes
– Introduction by Nicolaj to budgeting and financial models for early-stage biotech companies
– What are the common mistakes – and how to avoid them

16.30-17.00 Wrap-up
– What have we learnt today
– What should YOU do next: Which investors to contact, how to find them, and how to contact them
– Which investor material do you still need