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9781597011921 / 1597011924

Video Leadership Seminars: Raising Follow-On Rounds of Venture Capital Funding: What to Look for in VC Investors, Deal Terms, Valuations & More with Andrew Bernstein of Cymfony

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Publisher:ReedLogic, 2006

Edition:AUDIOBOOK_CD

Language:English

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The goal of this Video Leadership Seminar is to provide executives with essential information for raising follow-on round of venture capital funding. The DVD is viewable on any computer or iPod (that supports video) and features 30 minutes of live video with Andrew Bernstein of Cymfony sharing his knowledge of and experience with growing a VC funded company. The Video Leadership Seminar provides invaluable information for success in raising funding, including the steps to take and what to avoid, as well as an overall framework and timeline for how to proceed. Topics covered in the Video Leadership Seminar include: Step by step for raising follow-on rounds of funding Strategies for growing a VC funded company Roles and motivations of the key players Advice for finding investors Case Studies of specific situations and what you can learn from them Samples of the types of questions answered in the Video Leadership Seminar include: Explain to me the growth strategy of your company and what has made it successful? What was the need for venture capital funding? What did it enable your company to do? What qualities does a management team of a venture backed company need to have to be successful, to have long term success? What are the biggest things to avoid when trying to achieve rapid growth? What are the potential pitfalls that management teams need to avoid need to avoid? What is different about a company once it raises a round of venture capital? When is the right time for a venture capital backed company to raise a 2nd round of funding? How will the valuation be different? How is the company valued differently? Is it expected for the first-round investors to re-up their investment? What are the five most important considerations for a management team when raising a 2nd round of funding (such as valuation amount, dilution issues, new board of director members and more)? What would you consider to be the 3-5 most important deal points when raisin

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