Our local TiE Vancouver chapter is hosting a series of learning, mentoring and networking events for operators of startups and scaleups.
After a series of sold-out events, they’re at it again on December 6th with a panel on Early Stage Fundraising – How to Get Investors to a ‘Yes’.
Startups need capital to grow, however the process of raising is often long, arduous, and complex; and even more so with the current economic climate.
Spearheaded and moderated by TiE Vancouver’s Maninder Dhaliwal, the speaker panel includes two investors who know a thing or two about early stage fundraising and an entrepreneur from the other side of the table.
Venture capitalists Mark Trevitt of Defined VC and Jay Rhind of Rhino Ventures will be joined by Beanworks co-founder Catherine Dahl to talk about how to get investors on board.
Beanworks was acquired by Quadient for over $100 million in 2021, leading to one of the largest tech exits for a Vancouver-based startup.
TiE Vancouver is part of TiE Global Angels, an umbrella organization representing the TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) chapters in North America and their affiliated angel groups.
TiE was founded in Silicon Valley in 1992 by entrepreneurs with roots in South Asia, and is currently spread over 62 chapters in 14 countries with 15,000+ membership consisting of Angels, VCs, Private Equity, entrepreneurs, and service providers.