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Registration now open for sixth ESIL Webinar about Deal Terms!



21th June 2018



We are happy to announce to you that the registration  for our sixth free ESIL Webinar about Deal Terms is now open.
 
21th June 2018
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM CEST
GoToWebinar
 
Why should you join this webinar?

Why do entrepreneurs and investors need these documents? Understand the differences and similarities among Term Sheet, Shareholder Agreement and Statutes. Learn the key components these documents should cover, main clauses and how to create and negotiate them.

What will be covered?
  • What is the purpose and difference between Term Sheet, Shareholder Agreement and Statutes?
  • What are the key components of most Term Sheets/ Shareholder Agreements?
  • How are Deal Terms usually negotiated and created?
  • How long does it take?
 
Target audience
  • Individuals who have the potential of being an angel 
  • Individuals who want to become an angel
  • Nascent, actual and experienced angels
 
About the trainer:
 
Brigitte Baumann – ESIL Archangel, Go Beyond Founder and European Angel Investor of the Year
(See linkedin  profile)

Brigitte Baumann has 20+ years of experience in bringing new technologies to market in the US and Europe. She was the CEO and Director of iWORLD Group, a VC backed, global developer of mobile content. She was Senior Vice President and General Manager Internet at American Express (Amex) Corporate Services. There she launched a variety of internet businesses including online travel (strategic partner of Expedia.com and subject of HBS case study) and e-Procurement.
 
Click the link below to register today: 

https://go-beyond.biz/events/168696-deal-terms

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
 
 
 
 


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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No.727812