Live Instruction

Upcoming Live Instruction

(Webinars only until COVID-19 restrictions allow in-person workshops)

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Live Class: Maximizing the Valuation of Your Recurring Revenue Business

For: CEOs of Companies with $5 to $30 million of recurring revenue

What you will learn:

  • The big picture from the CEO’s perspective on what investors care about and why?
  • Why some recurring revenue businesses get high valuations (even though they are losing money)?
  • How to save time by focusing on the right factors first (Pareto Principle)?
  • How to measure those factors internally and also against the industry?
  • Industry biases in the metrics

When: Spring/summer 2021 (when social distancing allows)

Event Sponsors: DLA Piper (Michael Helmicki and Matt Gorra)

Attendees: Clients and friends of DLA Piper and Camden Partners

Instructor: Jason Tagler, Founder of Pitch Creator, and Partner at Camden Partners

In Advance:

  • Check out the “Testimonials” and “About Us” drop-down menus at the top of this page.
  • Visit our CEOs and Founders page if you need to create an effective pitch to investors quickly.
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Past Live Instruction (Webinars & In-Person Classes)

Free Webinar: Preparing to Raise Equity Growth Capital

For: CEOs of Early-stage Companies

What you will learn:

  • Overview of fundraising strategy 
  • How do you know if you should bootstrap vs. raise capital?
  • What is the impact of dilution?
  • If you need to raise growth capital, then how do you prepare?
  • What is the process of raising equity capital?

Event Sponsor: Miles & Stockbridge (Venroy July)

Participants:  ETC Accelerate Baltimore, Conscious Venture Lab, Frederick County Minority Business Executive Development Program, National Society of Black Engineers, FITCI, Hutch.io, Baltimore Young Professionals, StartupGrind Columbia, MD Tech Council, and Betamore

Free Webinar: How to Prepare Student Entrepreneurs for an Investor Pitch Competition?

For: Entrepreneurship instructors at colleges/universities

What you will learn: How to use our College Foundation Course to save instructor time, get great learning outcomes, and create student improvement scores that can be used for future grants and fundraising?

Event Partner: University of Baltimore’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation sponsors two business pitch competitions each year (highlights video).

Live Class: How to Create an Effective Pitch to Investors Quickly and Efficiently?

For: CEOs of early-stage and mid-stage companies. 

Event Partner:  Startup Grind Columbia.  Startup Grind is the world’s largest community of startups, founders, innovators, and creators –  collectively reaching over 3.5 million individuals worldwide.

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Live Class: How to Create an Effective Pitch to Investors Quickly and Efficiently?

For: CEOs of pre-seed stage companies

What you will learn: How to create a pitch to investors using our Foundation Course and what potential pitfalls to avoid?

Event Partner: The ETC’s award-winning Accelerate Baltimore program culminates in an investor pitch competition with a $100,000 convertible note investment to the winning company.

Free Webinar: How to Prepare Student Entrepreneurs for a Business Pitch Competition

For: College/University Entrepreneurship Instructors

What you will learn: How to use our College Foundation Course to leverage instructor time, get great learning outcomes, and create student improvement scores that can be used for future grants and fundraising.

Event Partner: The New York State Business Pitch Competition (NYBPC) is the largest collegiate competition in the country with 70+ colleges/universities participating

Live Class: How to use our Foundation Course to Prepare Entrepreneurs for an Investor Pitch Competition?

For: Instructors/Directors and at Maryland Incubators and Accelerators

What you will learn: How to use our Foundation Course to save instructor time, get great learning outcomes, and create student improvement scores that can be used for future grants and fundraising?

Event Partner: The Maryland Business Innovation Association (MBIA) represents 25 incubators and supports approximately 550 companies across the state in both urban and rural areas. Since its inception, our incubators have generated 12,000 jobs, making it equivalent to one of the state’s largest employers.

Free Webinar: How to use our College Foundation Course to develop the three types of investor pitches required to be successful when fundraising?

For: Business School Entrepreneurship Group

Event Partner: Hult Entrepreneurs Network