EDUCATIONAL EVENT - Navigating the sources of financing for early stage ventures
"Navigating the sources of financing for early stage ventures". This is an education event aiming to provide pragmatic, actionable perspectives on the benefits and considerations around different types of financing available. It will draw on the practical experience of entrepreneurs and their advisers. Discussion will feature perspectives from serial entrepreneur Alex Hoye (co-founder of GoIndustry and Faction, CEO of Latitude and adviser to Seedcamp and multiple startups) and and from Taylor Wessing's Howard Palmer who has advised on a significant number of financing transactions.
Our next Pitch Event is on 30th June 2015.
Further details to be accounced shortly.
HBS Angels pitch events are interactive, and there is the opportunity to network with other angel investors, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, experienced early-stage partners, and HBS alumni.
We thank our Partner Sponsors: Citi Private Bank and Taylor Wessing.
Please forward to friends and colleagues who may be interested. For this event, guests are welcome, as part of our mission to add value to the broader business and entrepreneurial community in the UK.
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