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Funding Your Business Webinar Bundle

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SFA’s Maker Prep series is an online educational program designed for new startups to provide them with the building blocks and knowledge base they need to do business in the specialty food industry.
In this ongoing series, we’ll cover topics new makers need to know about. Our first package, Funding Your Business, includes three monthly webinars. Purchase this bundle for access to all three!
July 8 at 1pm ET: Funding Your Business: The First Key Steps 
While some businesses have “bootstrapped” their way to success, the other 99% have had to learn how to get investors or loans to work toward realizing their dream. 
 
This webinar will introduce founders and their teams to the basics of financing a business. You’ll hear from an experienced food investor who will share what she looks for when investing in early stage companies. 
 
We’ll touch on clarifying objectives and timeline, determining how much do you need, appropriate funding options at each stage of your business, connecting with and telling your story to investors and banks, and basic ways to think about valuation and deal structure. You’ll also receive a list of useful resources so you can continue learning on your own. 
August 12 at 1pm ET: Funding Your Business: Working With Investors
When you are ready to start thinking about launching and scaling your business, you’re likely going to need money from outside sources. Join Bob Burke of Natural Products Consulting and Nick McCoy, Co-Founder and Managing Director with Whipstitch Capital, the largest independent investment bank in the U.S solely focused on the better-for-you consumer sector, as they cover some of the sources to consider as you get started, including friends and family, crowdfunding, and state and government funds. We’ll also delve into best practices for considering angel investors and institutional investors and investigate some sample deal structures, including convertible debt, equity, and preferences. Bring your questions!
 
September 9 at 1pm ET: Funding Your Business: Working With Lenders
As you progress toward your business goals, you may be considering taking on some debt in order to take the next steps toward success. In the third webinar of our Funding Your Business series, we’ll cover opportunities and best practices for SBA loans, grants, bank loans, lines of credit, and asset-based and accounts receivable financing. Bring your questions!

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About Funding Your Business Webinar Bundle

SFA’s Maker Prep series is an online educational program designed for new startups to provide them with the building blocks and knowledge base they need to do business in the specialty food industry.

In this ongoing series, we’ll cover topics new makers need to know about. Our first package, Funding Your Business, includes three monthly webinars. Purchase this bundle for access to all three!

July 8 at 1pm ET: Funding Your Business: The First Key Steps 

While some businesses have “bootstrapped” their way to success, the other 99% have had to learn how to get investors or loans to work toward realizing their dream. 
 
This webinar will introduce founders and their teams to the basics of financing a business. You’ll hear from an experienced food investor who will share what she looks for when investing in early stage companies. 
 
We’ll touch on clarifying objectives and timeline, determining how much do you need, appropriate funding options at each stage of your business, connecting with and telling your story to investors and banks, and basic ways to think about valuation and deal structure. You’ll also receive a list of useful resources so you can continue learning on your own. 

August 12 at 1pm ET: Funding Your Business: Working With Investors

When you are ready to start thinking about launching and scaling your business, you’re likely going to need money from outside sources. Join Bob Burke of Natural Products Consulting and Nick McCoy, Co-Founder and Managing Director with Whipstitch Capital, the largest independent investment bank in the U.S solely focused on the better-for-you consumer sector, as they cover some of the sources to consider as you get started, including friends and family, crowdfunding, and state and government funds. We’ll also delve into best practices for considering angel investors and institutional investors and investigate some sample deal structures, including convertible debt, equity, and preferences. Bring your questions!
 
September 9 at 1pm ET: Funding Your Business: Working With Lenders

As you progress toward your business goals, you may be considering taking on some debt in order to take the next steps toward success. In the third webinar of our Funding Your Business series, we’ll cover opportunities and best practices for SBA loans, grants, bank loans, lines of credit, and asset-based and accounts receivable financing. Bring your questions!

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