University of Cyprus, 17 September 2019
Many start-up founders focus on raising funds as a key element in growth, and indeed, survival. But how should a founder team value an enterprise without income or profits? How should they ensure that the long-term equity participation of themselves and their team members will survive multiple fundraising rounds? What are some of the key issues VCs and Angel investors want included in a Term Sheet?
These issues will be covered in a presentation on start-up valuation and term sheet negotiation, to be held on 17 November at the University of Cyprus. The speaker is Philip Ammerman, Partner of Navigator Consulting, and Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the University of Cyprus.
Philip has advised on over € 6 billion in investment projects, including several in the tech sector. He is responsible for the Navigator Entrepreneurship Charter, a commitment to invest in or support one start-up or entrepreneur per year from 2010 – 2020.
For further information, please contact UCY’s Centre for Entrepreneurship.