ATDC @ Savannah: Financial Literacy Day 1

2017-12-12 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Bull Street Labs
Address: 2222 Bull St, Savannah, GA 31401, USA

Your business idea has legs, but you can’t seem to explain how that translates into a recurring revenue stream.

Register for the two-day Financial Literacy course taught by entrepreneur, educator, and ATDC Athens catalyst Jim Flannery.  He’ll teach you how to determine your total addressable market and how this translates into the three most important financial statements you’ll need to run your business and tell your story through numbers:

  • Income statement
  • Balance sheet
  • Cash flow statement

This will feed into the all-important financial forecast / model that you’ll need if you plan on raising capital for your startup.

If you’re planning on applying to the pitch competition at Geekend in February, you won’t want to miss this course!  As any angel investor or VC will impart on you, you must know your numbers.  

Dates: December 12 and 13

Time: Noon to 4 p.m. ET

Location: The main room of Bull Street Labs located at 2222 Bull St., Savannah 

Registration link

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    About the Class

    Protecting Intellectual Property (IP) is certainly important, but where does fit in the many priorities of any Startup business? We will address this important question in a round table fashion where attendees are encouraged to share their IP journey.  At the roundtable we will have a successful startup CEO and attorneys/advisors who have shepherded many Startups in the past with IP. This class is for any Startup aiming for long term success and wishing to learn from and network with IP experts.

    What you will learn:

    • What aspects of IP are most important to address and how should a young business address them?
    • How does IP and employment intersect?
    • What are best practices for IP security that don’t include filing for a patent or copyright?
    • What are the dangers and pitfalls of ignoring IP questions (or spending too much time focused on them)?

    The following subjects will be addressed over the course of the four-part series:

    1.       What Startups Need to Know About IP

    2.       Finding Value for Your Startup TODAY Using IP

    3.       How Does the World View You Differently Before/After IP?

    4.       IP in Action: How will you most likely use IP assets over time?

    About Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance 

    The Georgia Intellectual Property Alliance® (GIPA #gaipalliance) is empowering Georgia IP to advance society.™ Our mission is to provide the leadership, resources and advocacy to make Georgia a global model for the most efficient and effective ecosystem to facilitate creation, protection, and enablement of intellectual property for the economic and social well-being of our citizens. (