TiE Entrepreneur Institute - Module 1

Sep 19, 2018 05:00 PM - Oct 18, 2018 06:00 PM

  • Miller Nash Graham & Dunn

  • 2801 Alaskan Way, Suite 300

  • Seattle

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Overview

At TiE Entrepreneur Institute, new and early stage entrepreneurs will understand the fundamentals of building a startup. We have a stellar lineup of speakers including serial entrepreneurs, partners from top VCs such as Madrona and Ignition Partners and top law firms such as Wilson Sonsini and Miller Nash.

Module 1 covers how to start up, build a business model, understand your financials and raise funds from investors (see sessions list below).

Modules 2 and 3 cover how to build a product, achieve PMF, sales & marketing and the soft skills you need to lead and grow your startup.

Join if you are:

  • An early stage entrepreneur looking to upgrade your knowledge in critical areas for your startup

  • An aspiring entrepreneur wondering how to get started on building your startup

  • A student who wants to build the base for starting your entrepreneurial journey

Stay around after the sessions to network with your fellow entrepreneurs over refreshments!

 

Additional Benefits for TiE Members

TiE Members (and participants who sign up for membership) get additional benefits:

  • 30% discount on program price

  • Exclusive access to the TiE network

  • One-on-one mentorship from experienced entrepreneurs and industry executives

   

Program Fee - Module 1

Members - $69

Non-members - $99

Early bird discount! Get $20 off if you register by Aug 31!



Schedule

Sep 19, 2018

05:00 PM

Getting Your Company off the Ground

Learn about the when, what and how of setting up your company, hiring employees and allotting equity. Prevent expensive mistakes that can sink your company even as you are on the path to success.

Duncan Butcher

Ryan Nisle

Sep 27, 2018

05:00 PM

Finance Essentials for Entrepreneurs

Understand the essentials of financial statements (balance sheet, income statement and cash flow), why they are important and how to build them. Learn about the key metrics you should track as you build your startup and why, including CAC and LTV.

Shirish Nadkarni

Jon Gonzalez

Oct 4, 2018

05:00 PM

Fundamentals of Financial and Business Modeling

Learn how to build a financial model for your business and how to use it for planning. What assumptions and variables drive your business? How do you build up your revenue and cost forecasts? How much runway do you have left based on your forecast? How much capital do you need to raise? Understand how to answer all of these questions and put your startup on a sound footing.

Andrew Klein

Oct 9, 2018

05:00 PM

Fundraising Fundamentals

Understand the how and when of raising funds for your startup. Learn about the funding stages, mechanisms (equity, convertible notes, etc.) and the various options available in the region for each stage. Understand valuation and the various clauses in term sheets and funding documents and what they mean. See a live term sheet negotiation!

Craig Sherman

Kellan Carter

Oct 18, 2018

04:00 PM

Building an Effective Investor Pitch

Learn how to build a pitch that resonates with investors. What do investors care about at various stages of your startup journey? What are the mistakes to avoid that can sink your pitch. How do you engage and build credibility with investors over the long term?

Sudip Chakrabarti

TiE Entrepreneur Institute

Kellan Carter

Kellan Carter

Partner, Ignition Partners

Kellan Carter joined Ignition as an associate in 2013 after several years of working in technology investment banking and finance. At Ignition, Kellan works closely with portfolio companies and foc...

Shirish Nadkarni

Shirish Nadkarni

Serial Entrepreneur and Adv...

Shirish Nadkarni is a serial entrepreneur with proven success in creating multiple consumer businesses that have scaled to tens of millions of users worldwide. Shirish was the co-founder of Livemoc...

Duncan Butcher

Duncan Butcher

Partner, Miller Nash Graham...

Duncan Butcher, a partner at Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP, focuses his practice on corporate transactional law and securities. He counsels corporate clients on issues that arise at all stages of a...

Craig Sherman

Craig Sherman

Partner, Wilson Sonsini Goo...

Craig Sherman is a partner in the Seattle office of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, where he focuses on corporate and securities laws, representing companies, venture capital firms, and investme...

Sudip Chakrabarti

Sudip Chakrabarti

Partner, Madrona Venture Group

Sudip joined Madrona in 2018. Sudip is particularly interested in companies that are transforming the enterprise, cloud and infrastructure markets. He especially enjoys working with technical found...

Ryan Nisle

Ryan Nisle

Partner, Miller Nash Graham...

Ryan Nisle, a partner at Miller Nash Graham & Dunn LLP, focuses his practice primarily on tax and business law, with an emphasis on partnership and corporate tax, state and local taxation, internat...

Andrew Klein

Andrew Klein

Founder , Zccounting.com

Andrew Klein has been working with startups and emerging growth companies for more than a decade. He’s worked as a founder and as an outside advisor for both entrepreneurial teams and their investo...

Jon Gonzalez

Jon Gonzalez

Partner , Deloitte

Demonstrating how dynamic a career in Audit & Assurance can be At Deloitte, Jon has pursued a rich mix of opportunities in areas such as accounting theory and application, regulatory issues, publi...

Venue

Miller Nash Graham & Dunn

2801 Alaskan Way, Suite 300 ,Seattle

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