We invite you to attend the Webinar: "How to get your company ready for private funding", which will take place on the 16th of May from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm and which is organized within the scope of the EXCELIVING Project, of which Sustainable Habitat Cluster is a partner.
If you are on a quest to start or scale a business that requires private funding, register in this webinar to get your company ready for private funding.
The webinar will be held in English and registration is free but mandatory.
- Which projects are suitable to receive private financing;
- How (and when) a company becomes ready for private financing;
- What must companies do to become attractive to private investors?;
- Which steps are critical in the financing process?
Meet the expert:
The presenter at this webinar is Hugo Ramos. Entrepreneur, Lecturer, and Investor. He is a co-founder of Matching Ventures, Venture Catalysts, Abyssal and Immunethep. Hugo was for five years an Associate at an independent venture capital firm, Change Partners, where he led investments and served in the board of several companies. Hugo Ramos holds a degree in Chemical Engineering from FEUP and an MBA from Porto Business School, where he has been lecturing courses on Entrepreneurship, Funding and Pitching.
12:00 Welcome by Nanna Broch Mortensen, Project Manager, Danish Life Science Cluster;;
12:05 How to get your company ready for private funding by Hugo Ramos, Partner – Matching Ventures
12:45 Open discussion about private funding for companies by Agustí Padrós, Project Manager, Smartech Cluster;
13:00 Thank you for joining – see you next time.
A webinar series for SMEs with an international outlook
This webinar is part of the EXCELIVING training programme, which focuses on the knowledge and training needs of SMEs and other cluster members. Through 10 free webinars, you can gain knowledge and inspiration on topics within digitalisation, advanced technologies, management, sustainability and internationalisation.
You can participate in one or more webinars. All webinars can be viewed independently.
More information and registration HERE.