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Intertrade Ireland Top Run Venture Capital Half-Day Workshop
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InterTradeIreland are once again organising their popular venture capital half-day workshop. The objective of the workshop is to help early stage and new businesses experience the stages and issues in raising venture capital finance.

dn_screenThe workshop will use a real venture capital case which is writen by Lucius Cary who is a Venture Capitalist based in Oxford. Lucius Cary has led four Venture Capital Trust Funds and invested millions of pounds in dozens of start up businesses at the angel and first round funding stage(s).

The workshop participants will be entrepreneurs and senior managers who have built the first phase of a business and are now looking to raise venture capital, angel investment, or other external equity. The workshop will be delivered through an eight part venture capital case and the participants will take the roles of the investor and the start up business management to experience the issues of:

Management team – skills, risks and rewards
Customers delivering revenue and sales
Raising finance and what VCs look for
Deal structure basic approaches
Constraints to profitable sales growth
Competitive Advantage protection, and innovation
Cash flows, risks/sensitivities, and exit.

What previous participants said:

Fascinating case study enhanced by having a knowledgeable instructor at hand to answer questions.

The opportunity for discussion was great. The case study informative and well presented. Putting attendees on the spot to ‘say what they would do next’ was very useful, and a deterrent to day dreaming.’

(There is a nominal charge of £10 to attend the event towards the cost of catering.

Register here.

Event date: 20 May 2016
Radisson Blu Hotel, Belfast
8am to 1pm
Contact:  To register for the event please phone 028 30834100 (048 from Ireland) or click on registration link.
Cost £/€ – £10 (Note: registration form has Paypal link).