April 29th, 2011

Should your startup be seeking funding? Is funding an option? Are you even fundable?


Should your startup be seeking funding? Is funding an option? Are you even fundable?

Wow. That’s a lot of questions for a Friday, isn’t it? But given that funding questions likely keep you up all night, every night, now is as good of a time as any to ask. And while questions are great and all… what about answers? And why the heck did I talk about answers within another question?

Anywho. There is someone who has the answers to all of those questions and more. But it’s not me. It’s an OEN workshop entitled “Should I Take On Capital?” with Angela Jackson and Jim Huston of the Portland Seed Fund.

Do you really want investors in your company? What does it mean to have investors – nightmare or dream come true? In this interactive workshop led by Portland Seed Fund Managers Angela Jackson and Jim Huston, learn practical techniques to choose the best funding path for you and your business. There is no right or wrong answer, but each path comes with distinct pros and cons. Knowing which path you are on and what to expect on each could be the difference between success and failure.

The event runs 4-6 PM, Tuesday, May 3 at the Portland State Business Accelerator. It’s $32 for OEN members, and $70 for everyone else.

For more information or to register, visit “Should I Take On Capital?”

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