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|General Assembly East, 902 Broadway, 4th Fl, New York|| |
Venture Investor, New York Angels & RosePaul Investments
ABOUT THIS CLASS
What sectors and companies did VCs actually pull the trigger on during the last 6-12 months? Why did they choose to invest? What does it take to get their attention in 2014? Come get the insider perspective from a group of active venture investors. Learn how they choose their diamonds in the rough, and hear why some companies generate excitement and gain their trust, and others don’t.
Ellie Wheller, Greycroft Ventures
John Frankel, ff Venture Capital
Tom Wisniewski, RosePaul Investments
Join us for the fifth installment of our Show Me the Money series. Topics include:
What a company needs to look like in order for it to be “ready” and in the window for venture capital.
What distinguishes the companies that get a second look?
Exploring the trends and changes over the last 12 months in the startup landscape.
Specific examples of a recent/2013 companies that VCs invested in.
About this series:
General Assembly and Tom Wisniewski (RosePaul Investments) have partnered to create Show Me the Money, a monthly event series that provides an insider perspective on the critical elements involved in successful startup fundraising and entrepreneurship. Learn the most important aspects of business investment from venture capitalists, angels, and successful entrepreneurs. The formula for the events is simple: one part focused, actionable presentation, two parts great speakers, one part participation/networking.
Praise for the “Show Me the Money” series:
“Best class at GA I have ever taken. Period.”
“Tom is super-passionate about startups and fundraising and it comes through in the class.”
“Very topical. Very pragmatic. No BS. I came away with list of to-dos and things to try.”
“This was my third class with Tom. I keep coming back.”
“I love it that there is real professional content, and the opportunity to follow-up with Tom and his speakers."
Beer and wine reception to follow.