- Is your company currently ready to pitch to investors for funding?
- Have you spent countless hours on your Pitch Deck only to question if it is what investors want?
- Do you have questions on how to properly and effectively contact and pitch to investors?
Raising capital for your company is a job in itself. Not only do you need to determine which investors best match your funding profile, you also need to understand how to prepare your deck so they can quickly read and understand what you are presenting to them. The single biggest mistake most companies will make in their initial fundraising efforts is trying to present too much information at one time. A well-thought-out and efficient pitch deck can mean the difference between getting a second meeting and not even getting a second glance. Even if you have successfully raised funds in the past, you can take the opportunity to have your deck evaluated by professionals who thoroughly understand the entire fund raising environment.
Join Pepper Hamilton and FashInvest for an afternoon of hands-on pitch deck preparation. The team will help you understand how to best construct your pitch deck as well as understand exactly what investors are looking for when trying to determine where to put their investment dollars. The course will highlight the different types of investment capital available and help you determine where to focus your fund raising efforts. This is a very interactive session, and you will be required to pitch your opportunity – so a prerequisite is that you currently have a pitch deck prepared. Even if you think you are a seasoned pro at pitching, it is always beneficial to have your deck evaluated and receive valuable feedback from industry professionals. This workshop is not industry specific and is available to any company seeking investment capital. A boxed lunch will be served.
When: June 6, 2017
Where: Pepper Hamilton Law Offices
The New York Times Building
620 Eighth Avenue
New York, NY 10018-1405
Time: 11:00 – 2:00pm
$99 Registration Fee
Fee is per Company (up to two people can attend).
Pitch Deck needs to be in either PowerPoint of as a .pdf.
Limited to the first 10 Companies to Register