Bootstrapping and Fundraising

Kuala Lumpur Spring 2014 Semester

What are the various ways to capitalize your company in the very beginning? How do you ask friends and family for money to support you? What are the advantages and disadvantages of bootstrapping? What do local angel investors require before making an investment? How do you develop a target list of appropriate angel investors? What materials are required to raise angel investment? What milestones should you look to achieve next? How do you set your six month and twelve month objectives in the very beginning? How should you think about selling the business or exiting the business?

Goal:
Capitalize the business.

Date:
2014-06-16, 06:30 PM

Mentors


8.38
Edwin Tay
CEO, easyuni Sdn Bhd

Edwin Tay is the CEO & Co-founder of EasyUni.com - Asia's largest Education Portal that offers a comprehensive platform for college and university applications for school leavers and working adults in finding their dream college or university locally or internationally. R...

9.38
Jeffrey Char
CEO, J-Seed Ventures, Inc.

Jeff, is a serial entrepreneur with a focus on social and tech ventures. He's CEO of J-Seed Ventures, a Tokyo based venture incubator and he's also chief mentor at Venture Generation. Originally from Hawaii, Jeff has been a long-term resident of Japan. Prior to becoming a...

8.75
Douglas Khoo
Co-Founder, Qunar.com

Douglas Khoo has been involved in both the interactive and traditional advertising and marketing communications business for almost 20 years. He was a co-founder of Qunar.com and led the company's sales, marketing and business development activities until its acquisition ...

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