For many entrepreneurs and start-up founders, the capital raising process can be the stuff of nightmares. How do I start to raise money for my company? Do I issue equity or debt? Who can legally fund my company? All I know is that the world of securities law is complex and scary – how do I comply and what questions should I ask? I’ve heard the term accredited investor – what does that mean? What’s up with crowdfunding? Please help!
At Weiss Brown, Beth Lebowitz, spends much of her time with entrepreneurs and startup founders discussing and planning capital raising strategies that answer exactly those sort of questions. Come learn about the different options for raising capital and how to choose; what securities law is, why it exists, and how to stay in compliance; how the popular convertible promissory note works; and how to best set up your company for capital raising success.
Each attendee has the choice of a salon service (manicure or pedicure) or can simply attend to learn with a light breakfast and coffee.
Interested in attending? Register today.
About Weiss Brown
Weiss Brown is a team of pragmatic lawyers who bring their respective business, accounting, and technology backgrounds together to work for your business. We are lawyers you like who wear jeans.
We like to approach the practice of law a little differently. There are no mandatory billable hour quotas because quality is far more valuable than the quantity of hours billed. Clients aren’t penalized by making a telephone call to get a quick answer to an important question; clients call when they have issues instead of flying solo solely to avoid a bill at the end of the month for making that call. We seriously love advising entrepreneurs and businesses and we are committed to growing the start-up ecosystem in Arizona.
Formed in Scottsdale in 2010, Weiss Brown is more than just an experiment on how to do something right; it is a business and technology law firm with nimble and bright legal counsel who can help get you where you need to go, without the burden and costs of a big firm.