Thursday, July 31, 2008

Doing A Deal: Both Sides

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Registration Open NOW:

5 Star Forum: How to Value a Company, Do a Deal, and Fit a Company into a VC or Angel’s Portfolio"

(Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors together and almost equally fund almost $50 Billion a year in new companies; with company-friendly Angel investors funding 3x as many companies at earlier stages.)

Whether you are thinking of becoming an Angel Investor, or want to know how to value your company, make it attractive to investors, and complete the deal, this seminar is for you.

Your Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber, in association with the TacomaAngel Network (TAN) is pleased to be able bring our members, as an extra benefit of your Chamber membership, this all-day, incredible Deal-doing seminar from the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and Angel Capital Education Foundation (at a special Chamber member price): Doing the Deal: Term Sheets AND Valuation & Portfolio Strategies; led by fabled Angel Investor and Expert Instructor, Bill Payne.

Included with the course are a full set of expert materials, guide books and cases, to be worked through during the training and also to be taken away with you.

All Tacoma-Pierce Co. Chamber members will receive special pricing. Use this special promotion code and receive special Chamber members’ early-bird pricing of $250 until October 1st. Promotion Code: 2273

But, Seating will be limited, and following October 1st early bird pricing ends, so please book your reservation early at or just follow the links below.

We believe you will find this seminar one of the best you have ever attended.

Click here to view a description of the course.

The seminar will be held at the Tacoma Club at 1201 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma WA 98402. Directions and contacts of the facilities and hotels are on the site. The Official Hotel for the seminar is the nearby, new Hotel Murano "with a different glass artist featured on every floor" at a Corporate Rate, as of November 19, of $189, single occupancy (if 10 or more register, the price will drop to $149).

But remember, seating will be limited.

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