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ABOUT THIS EVENT:
We have a great program ready for you featuring amazing companies and their tech!
At each event, we provide time for networking amongst the tech community members and feature tech demoes by a diverse set of founders, entrepreneurs, CEOs, and leaders.
This event is a perfect place to start if you are new to tech, to New York city, or to the New York tech ecosystem. We work hard to cultivate a captivating program that features cutting edge tech. It’s all about meeting new people and showing off amazing tech.
5:30 PM - Networking (on Airmeet)
6:00 PM - Demo Program
7:00 PM - Program Ends/ More Networking (on Airmeet)
Demoers to be announced soon!
- Thursday, June 09, 2022 at 11:30 AM
- Join us on Airmeet: https://www.airmeet.com/e/6b6e2260-cc07-11ec-bbf7-9d321ad58be4
- 29 people are going
ABOUT THIS EVENT:
With tech stocks down and the market for VC financing becoming less founder-friendly than it was just a few months ago, many startups are reassessing their current operations and financing plans. In light of this, NY Tech Alliance will be presenting our 2022 update on the VC financing market for early-stage companies. This event will feature a panel of accomplished VC professionals, including prominent VCs along with Paul Ellis, Managing Partner at Paul Ellis Law Group and Alan Wink, Managing Director – Capital Markets at Eisner Advisory Group, both of whom advise on VC transactions. Topics to be addressed include the following:
- The impact of current economic trends on the VC financing market for early-stage companies and expectations looking forward
- Trends in valuation and other significant deal terms
- Strategies for founders who are attempting to lock in a round of early-stage funding
- Guidance that VCs are giving their portfolio companies to survive this period and thrive going forward
Whether you are currently pitching to VCs or are looking to do so in the future, this session will be a valuable opportunity to hear from this seasoned panel about the latest trends in a rapidly-evolving marketplace.
This event will allow ample time for questions, so be prepared with questions for the panelists or send them in advance to [email protected].
11:30 - 12:00 - Virtual Networking
12:00 - 1:00 - Panel Discussion and Q&A
1:00 - 1:30 - Virtual Networking
As Managing Partner of the 9-lawyer Paul Ellis Law Group, Paul counsels on issues including formation, early-stage financing (friends and family, angel and VC), joint venture and strategic partnering relationships, employment, equity plans, mergers and acquisitions, and, together with his colleagues, protection and licensing of intellectual property. Beyond the internet/mobile/IT industries, he has practiced in industries including telecommunications, healthcare, manufacturing, banking, real estate, consumer products, and entertainment. He has represented companies ranging from startups to multinationals, as well as funds and individual and institutional investors.
Alan assists clients with capital budgeting, capital structuring and capital sourcing. Alan has 20 years of financial and consulting experience, having served as Director of the Interfunctional Management Consulting Program at Rutgers Graduate School of Management, a program he helped build into one of the largest business school-based management consulting practices in the country. He started his career in accounting, spending six years on the audit staff of a Big 4 accounting firm and a Fortune 500 Company. Alan left the accounting field to expand his horizons in the area of Corporate Finance. Alan spent several years as Director of Financial Analysis for AmBase Corporation (NYSE), where he led approximately $2 billion of corporate acquisition activity. He is also a past Vice President of Capricorn Management, a $100 million private equity fund specializing in restructuring and turnaround opportunities. In addition, Alan is a leader in the firm’s Technology Group, providing a variety of industry-specific services to technology and life sciences firms, including business and strategic planning, marketing and competitive analyses, financing assistance, and operational and financial benchmarking. He has worked with many early stage and emerging growth companies on developing the appropriate capital structure for their position in the business life cycle. He maintains an active contact base with angel investors, venture capital funds and private equity funds. Alan also understands the level of returns private investors are trying to realize and devises strategies that allow both entrepreneurs and their investors to achieve desired return thresholds.
Amanda is a Principal at Founder Collective in New York. She has a passion for mission-driven companies with strong cultures, and an unfair advantage, investing across all sectors at the seed stage. Amanda is an experienced builder and operator, growing e-commerce companies from the ground up. She launched e-commerce for one of the largest omni-channel retailers in South Africa, while expanding the footprint to over 300 stores.
Previously, Amanda was with the Highland Consumer Fund investing in and growing retail and consumer goods companies. She has been fascinated by consumers and decision-making from her early years, and was at L Brands in New York, launching beauty brands and focusing on innovation. She began her career at Boston Consulting Group in New York. She completed her Undergraduate in Economics at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and received her MBA from Harvard Business School. She is a mom of three, a recent pet parent, with a passion for healthy cooking and living.