GEW Venture Lounge: Free Money! Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love
Tuesday, November 15
4:00 - 6:00pm
Lead Bank, 1801 Main St., Kansas City, MO
Free to attend - Register Online
Join angel investors, entrepreneurs and some of Kansas City's most successful business elite at the Techweek edition of Venture Lounge for a look at non-dilutive grant funding opportunities available to businesses in Kansas City.
Enjoy cocktails, snacks and one of the best views of the Crossroads while rubbing elbows with some of the city's most talked-about entrepreneurs and influential investors.
Thank you to Lead Bank for their generous sponsorship of this event!
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So You Want to Raise a Round? How to Start Fundraising
Wednesday, November 16
Location: Sprint Accelerator, 210 W. 19th St., Kansas City, MO
$25 to attend - Register Online
The Capital Series: So You Want to Raise a Round? How to Start Fundraising for Your Company
Ready to raise a round of funding but struggling to find a starting point?
Join Keith Harrington and John Fein, two homegrown KC entrepreneurs and VCs, for a clear explanation of the steps you can take to create a fundraising strategy. This workshop will outline how to create a fundraising plan, from determining the size of your round to compiling a target list.
This workshop is presented by the Enterprise Center in Johnson County in partnership with Mid-America Angels and the Women's Capital Connection. For a full list of ECJC workshops on topics like sales, marketing, raising capital, managing your books and building a strong business foundation, click here.
Keith Harrington, Fulcrum Global Ventures
John Fein, Firebrand Capital
For 20 years, the Enterprise Center in Johnson County has been recognized as the leading provider of capital connections to early-stage businesses in the region. In addition to workshops and trainings, the ECJC manages the Mid-America Angels investment network. The staff of the Women’s Business Center also manage the Women’s Capital Connection, an organization formed to educate women investors and support women entrepreneurs. Through a partnership with Justine Peterson and the Women’s Business Center, the ECJC is also able to facilitate connections to debt financing and micro-loans.