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TECHdotMN Capital Call #2 with Tony Abena & Matt Bauer

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Thursday, September 20, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (CDT)

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Join TECHdotMN, angel investor Tony Abena and tech entrepreneur Matt Bauer for the second Capital Call on Thursday, September 20th, from 6-8pm at CoCo Minneapolis.

Created specifically for Minnesota tech entrepreneurs actively fundraising* this gathering will be an intimate experience focused on one thing: money.  

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6:00 - Doors open/networking

6:15 - Tech entrepreneur Matt Bauer will speak to "A Collection Of Funding Data Points And Their Analysis" 

7:00 - Angel investor Tony Abena will share his perspective on funding startups and dissect "The Startup Genome Report"

7:45 - Networking

8:00 - Doors close

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Thanks to sponsor Kevin Spreng / Fredrikson & Byron (info@tech.mn to inquire about future sponsorship)

*One representative per startup.

 

About Tony Abena:

Tony is the Chief Operating Officer of the Deloitte Investments, LLC, the private equity and venturing division of Deloitte LLP, the largest professional services firm in the US.  He is also the Managing Partner of Palatine Hill Capital, LLC, which provides seed capital for disruptive, recurring revenue-based early-stage companies in Minnesota, Oregon and India.  He is currently invested in five local companies: Jingit, Docalytics, TrackIF, PatentCore, and Magni Asset Management.

Tony was previously the President of the $1 billion US law firms division of Thomson Reuters Legal in Eagan, and has lead the sale of two companies to Gartner and SuccessFactors.

 

About Matt Bauer:

Matt Bauer is the founder of Pedal Brain which provided a fully integrated hardware/software solution for cyclists from recreational riders to those in the ProTour. Over the four years at Pedal Brain, he completed a number of industry partnerships and raised over $1.2m in funding. Pedal Brain didn’t ultimately succeed though Bauer is taking his experiences into a new venture - Bauer Measurement.

A Collection Of Funding Data Points And Their Analysis:

There’s always points of data to be collected from an experiment irrespective of the outcome. Over the past four years I conducted such an experiment called Pedal Brain. It didn’t succeed. It has, however, provided me a significant amount of data regarding funding. I plan to share what I consider the key data points during this talk, my analysis of them and what it means for my next venture. This talk will be about specifics with focus on funding instruments, importance of geography, and the necessary actions to close a deal. Anyone fundraising or considering it at some point will benefit from the data points I collected during Pedal Brain.

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