The Entrepreneur’s Workshop Presented by Ted Daniels

 

The Entrepreneur's Workshop Presented by Ted Daniels

AGENDA: “COME WITH QUESTIONS AND GET ANSWERS!”
Entrepreneurs must answer these questions:

  1. What’s your vision?
  2. What problem are you solving?
  3. What’s your go-to market strategy?
  4. Who are your customers?

Ted Daniels, Senior partner/Founder of E. Ted Daniels Associates, and Co-founder of Telequip Corporation, is presenting The Entrepreneur’s Workshop at the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center.

Highlights:

  • Knowing what the investor wants is how funding occurs.
  • Passion, focus, people: all venture capitalists must see this in every deal before they will invest.
  • Questions you need answered before you search for funding.
  • Discussions about how you created your start-up/late state start-up company evaluation: Why is that important to investors?
  • Re-claiming family or friends early equity funding. Why?
  • How do you attract new employees when you are short on working capital?
  • Do you understand what a start-up Financial ProForma looks like? And how investors look at them?
  • Intellectual property, patents and copyrights – do they contribute to the investor’s investment valuation? If so, why?
  • Why a table of contents in a business plan/offering document?

Early in his career, Ted co-founded Telequip Corporation and raised start-up capital, which developed and sold the first-of-its-kind electronic coin dispenser now used by many well known retail and fast food companies worldwide: McDonald’s, Kroger Companies (Albertsons, Ralphs and Stater Brothers), Wendy’s Restaurants and others. Telequip Corporation was sold in 2009 for $45 million.

Ted specializes in working with start-up entrepreneurs, senior executive development, start-ups, corporate expansions, raising capital, and individual and corporate coaching. For more information about Ted, visit his LinkedIn page or www.eteddanielsassociates.com.

The workshop will be held Monday, November 17, 2014 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. in the Maroon Conference Room of the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center.
2020 Kraft Dr., Suite 3090, Blacksburg, VA 24060

Attendance is $75 per person with a maximum of 30 participants. Please make checks out to “Ted Daniels,” and bring them with you to the workshop.

R.s.v.p. required: Please contact Jenna Stevens at (540)961-3600 or [email protected] by 8a.m. on November 17th to secure your spot!

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