PEDA - Pennsylvania Economic Development Association

Pre-Conference Training: The Role of Private Capital in the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

  • 04/23/2018
  • 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Hilton Harrisburg, 1 North 2nd Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101

Registration

The Role of Private Capital in the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem:

Sources of Private Equity and How to Access Them

Online registration for this event is now closed. Individuals wishing to register on site may do so, while space remains. To do so, please complete and bring this registration form to the event along with payment.

Learn the various forms, goals and access points of early stage funding including angel, venture and mezzanine capital, and convertible debt.

Our panel of experts will explain the equity funding eco-system and equip economic developers with what they need to know to navigate it. Attendees will be given guidance on how to identify appropriate candidates for various equity funding tools. The session will also include a summary of southcentral Pennsylvania’s Rise of the Rest tour, highlighting innovation and technology in the region. Content expected to be covered is as follows.

    Types of Equity Funding

    What are they?

    Who are good candidates?

    How are they accessed?

         Angel Investment

         Venture Capital

         Mezzanine Capital

         Royalty Financing

     Examples

         Success Stories

         Sources of angel, venture, mezzanine, royalty

     Growing the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

         Highlight- Rise of the Rest in SouthCentral Pennsylvania

     Q&A Session


Tentative Presenters

Ryan Glenn, Director of Statewide Initiatives, Ben Franklin Technology Partners (Moderator)

Joseph Hackett, COO, MI-12 Ventures, LLC

Jill Edwards, Executive Director, Venture Investment Forum, Penn State University

Wayne Barz, Manager, Entrepreneurial Services, Ben Franklin Technology Partners of NEPA

Dean Kline, Managing Director, Penn Venture Partners

Michael Bailey, Partner, Argosy Capital Partners

Kevin Schreiber, President & CEO, York County Economic Alliance


Register by COB on April 11th to be included on the attendee list. Though registration will remain open after this, name badges for registrations received later may be printed on site.

On-site registration will take place on April 23rd between 8:30 am and 9:00 am.


Attention Certified Economic Development Organizations:  PIDA approval has been received through DCED for this training to provide 3.00 organizational PDUs (Finance).

Note:  This agenda is subject to change. We reserve the right to reschedule or cancel this offering. In the event of a cancellation, a refund will be provided to registrants.


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