Garvey Schubert Barer

Garvey Schubert Barer represents emerging technology companies at every stage of development and across industry sectors, including software, internet media, hardware, peripherals, gaming, medical devices, and clean technology.  Their experienced corporate lawyers serve as a single point of contact for the legal needs of their clients, including specialized areas such as executive compensation, immigration, intellectual property, labor and employment, real estate, technology licensing, and tax. They regularly represent companies and investors in company formation, private placements of equity and debt, joint ventures, strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions, and public offerings.   


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The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the Michael G. Foster School of Business promotes entrepreneurial learning and discovery to students­from undergraduates to PhD candidates­across the University of Washington.  The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship also supports innovative research and curriculum, working closely with faculty to prepare students for the real-life, complex challenges of entrepreneurship.  These students become leaders who challenge the status quo and change the way we do business.

 

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The Funding Lifecycle

Winter 2009 Seattle Area Semester

How does startup funding work? When can my company raise capital, and what are the stages in a typical funding lifecycle? What are the milestones and expectations? How much money should I raise, and how long should that money last? How does one begin the fundraising process? What are some tips and tricks to succeed?

Goal:
Create a funding plan with targets.

Date:
2010-03-29, 06:00 PM

Mentors

Jon Ingalls
Founder & CEO, TrackSimple

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