Nov
04
17:00

Startup Fundraising 101: Think Like an Investor

Workshop
Hebrew Session
Itay Sagie
Co-Founder, CEO @ VCforU.com
Itay Sagie, an MBA graduate from IESE Business School and a former MIT scientist. Itay started his career as an investment analyst and went on to become an Entrepreneur, raising millions of dollars for his own startups. Today, as the CEO of VCforU, Itay helps over 14,000 startups globally create professional investor materials, hundreds of funds use the platform for deal flow. As a private consultant (Sagie Consulting), Itay helps investment banks, family offices, corporates and startups with investment and strategy. VCforU.com | TopVCList.com
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Itay Sagie
A startup demands much more than just a great idea - it demands funding. But how do startups raise capital successfully? In this Jolt, you will learn the fundamentals of fundraising for startups. You will discover powerful techniques for mitigating risks, networking, building trust, and telling your story to investors. You will also gain valuable insights on how it works from the investors' side - from valuations and sanity checks to term sheets. At the end of this Jolt, you will be able to start speaking the fundraising language and use it to your advantage.

Questions this talk answers:

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How to best prepare before meeting investors

02

How to tell your story & build trust

03

How to get into the investors' mindset

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Itay Sagie

Co-Founder, CEO @ VCforU.com

About
Itay
Itay Sagie, an MBA graduate from IESE Business School and a former MIT scientist. Itay started his career as an investment analyst and went on to become an Entrepreneur, raising millions of dollars for his own startups. Today, as the CEO of VCforU, Itay helps over 14,000 startups globally create professional investor materials, hundreds of funds use the platform for deal flow. As a private consultant (Sagie Consulting), Itay helps investment banks, family offices, corporates and startups with investment and strategy. VCforU.com | TopVCList.com

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