Investor Readiness Course, featuring Michael Horten
Entrepreneurial growth companies generally require one or several rounds of financings. Unfortunately, it happens far too often that entrepreneurs fail in this endeavor; not because their company is not fundable, but as a result of their lack of understanding of the capital raising process and/or today’s market for early-stage capital.
The Horten CC Investor Readiness Course is aimed at filling this knowledge gap and will cover all of the finance, legal and tax issues that an entrepreneur will need to know to have a successful capital raise. The course will be highly interactive -- enrollment will be limited to 20 participants for members of Atlanta Tech Village only. Course attendance also includes lunch! Please register for all of the course dates that you can attend.
At the end of this course, you should double your chances of having a successful raise.
- How do I make sure my company is fundable?
- How much should I raise?
- How do I approach angels (individual angels vs. angel groups)
- Am I getting the right terms?
- How do I make sure that I don't run afoul of the securities laws?
May 6 class outline: Securities Law Compliance
- What is a security?
- What is securities law compliance?
- Types of compliance (anti-fraud rule and registration requirement)
- Why is compliance important?
- Compliance myths
- Private placement exemption
- Reg. D, including Rule 506(b) exemption and new Rule 506(c) exemption (allowing publis solicitation to accredited investors)
- Intrastate exemption, including the Invest Georgia exemption (allowing public solicitation to unaccredited investors)
- Risk of using finders and other financial intermediaries