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10X or Bust! Webinar Series (July31-Aug 3, 2012)
10X or Bust! Webinar Series
1. Elevator Pitching SV Style
2. Raising Venture Capital in the SV & Beyond
3. Investor Presentation Do’s & Don’ts
4. The Eight Weeks To Term Sheet
The name "10X or Bust!" comes from:
1) In the 1930’s, farmers from Oklahoma drove west to CA w/ a “California or bust!” written on their trucks
The question is: will you 10X or Bust!?
The first in the series is "Elevator Pitching SV Style". In this webinar, Rebekah will go through the steps in creating an elevator pitch that hooks the VCs into wanting to learn more about your investment opportunity. There will be opportunity for you to create your elevator pitch for your startup as we go along during the presentation. It will be packed with concise content that VCs want to hear.
The second in the series is Raising VC in the SV & Beyond. In this webinar, Rebekah will reveal to you the four Series A VCs' priorities when evaluating a deal for investment. A lot of the mysteriousness of the way VCs evaluate deals will diminish by the end of this webinar.
The third in the series is Investor presentation Do's & Don'ts. In this webinar, Rebekah will give you valuable information to help craft your presentation that is full of content that VCs want to see. Rebekah has coached hundreds of entrepreneurs in the Silicon Valley since 2001 and has seen what works and what doesn't when presenting to VCs. Small details that are often overlooked by entrepreneurs and other consultants can make a huge different from the VC's perspective.
The fourth in the current series is The Eight Weeks To Term Sheet. What happens after you make your first investor presentation, and the VC is interested? What does the next 8-weeks ential before getting to the term sheet entail? What do VCs look for during their due diligence process? All these answers and more will be revealed so that you are better prepared in your fundraising process.
It's crucial that you don't go through the fundraising process blind. It will make your life much easier if you knew what you can expect; though, it does vary depending on the entrepreneur.
About Rebekah Wu:
Rebekah Wu founded Right-Hand Partners (RHP) in 2001 to capitalize on her network of VCs that she acquired while fundraising in ’99 to ‘01 for her own software startup. RHP is a VC Relations company and a trusted conduit to reach the venture capital community. Rebekah has relationships with hundreds of venture capitalists representing over 150 VC firms. 35 companies that Rebekah coached have raised over $167M since September 2001; examples of European companies funded in Europe include DealDash, Streamplay & Miradore; 8 have been acquired.
RHP is a VC Relations company and a trusted conduit to reach the VC community. www.rhpartners.com
- Investor Presentation Package Coaching
• Elevator pitch, 1-page summary & PPT presentation
- Investor Strategy Development
• produce a concise list of Partners of VC firms that would be most interested in your venture
- Presentation Test Drive
• 2 or more VCs
- Venture Capital Fundraising Coaching – (3-mos contract)
• Includes services 1-3 above
• Investor Strategy Development
• Personal introductions to pre-qualified VCs (mostly in the Silicon Valley)
• extend our network of serial entrepreneurs and extremely high quality startup engineers to senior managers to executives
Right-Hand Partners LLP
Right-Hand Partners (RHP) is a VC Relations company - a trusted conduit to reach the venture capital community - and recruiting partner for the startup community from engineers to CXOs. RHP has helped 38 companies raise over $170M since 2001 and is now extending their vast high quality network to the startup community.
RHP has relationships with hundreds of venture capitalists representing over 150 VC firms mostly in the Silicon Valley (SV) and strategic/OEM investors.