In order to be attractive to VCs, early stage companies should, apart from having a sound business plan, also have several other legal factors in place, including strong contracts with employees and contractors, clear capitalization, up to date compliances, etc.
Apart from the above, one should also be aware of and be equipped for factors that would likely govern the future course of VC funded companies, such as market scenario, founder-investor synergies, level of involvement in the venture, timing of exit to name a few, which the workshop will aim to address.
Take aways from the workshop:
– Enables participants to identify and implement legal factors that would have a bearing on the attractiveness of early stage companies to VC funding
– Makes people aware of legal aspects that would typically govern the relationship between VCs and investee companies post funding
Workshop Agenda: Presentation for a duration of upto 30 minutes followed by Q&A session.
Facilitator :Rajesh N. Begur
Founder and Managing Partner
INR 600/- for Members
INR 1200/- for Non Members
Thursday, November 28, 2013 – 6:00pm – 8:00pm
3rd floor, Divyashree Chambers Langford Road