|Thursday, May 1, 2008
Society Meeting 7:30 to 9am
Entrepreneurs-only Roundtable 9:15-10:15am
Centergy One Building
75 5th Street, NW
Hodges Room (335)
Atlanta, GA Map
As an entrepreneurial company moves through its life cycle, its
capital structure morphs. In the early days, cash is all about getting
started. This phase soon moves into cash being needed to gain traction
in the marketplace to establish the company as a viable entity. As the
company continues to mature, its capital needs evolve as well. Often,
the entrepreneur faces the task of raising capital to fund the business
in its product development, and sales efforts. So, what does the owner
of a maturing tech company do to position itself for a capital raise?
The TAG/ATDC Entrepreneurs Society will address this question in a
panel discussion featuring:
- Ed Croft, Managing Partner, Croft & Bender LLC
Geiss, Senior Associate, Arcapita Inc.
- JC Boyanton, Vice President Silicon Valley Bank
Chambless, Principle, Abraxas Business Services, Inc.
Following the society meeting, the attending entrepreneurs (no service providers or consultants allowed) are invited to continue the discussion on Startup Fundamentals with ATDC’s Lance Weatherby and Cindy Cheatham. This is a unique opportunity to pick these experts brains and the brains of your fellow entrepreneurs while building relationships in this smaller group setting.