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  • BRINGING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRITO EARLY STAGE INVESTMENT IN LATIN AMERICA VANESA KOLODZIEJ | MANAGING PARTNER | @vanesak
  • The Art and Science ofFundraising
  • ABOUT NAZCA VENTURES •  Entrepreneurs Fund •  Santiago and Buenos Aires-based •  5 Partners, All Entrepreneurs •  LPs in Latam and US
  • OUR TRACK RECORD•  Started 7 companies•  Sold 3•  Participated in 1 IPO•  2 Latam roll-outs•  Have done 10 investment•  Founded/ lead 2 main entrepreneurial NGOs in Lat am
  • PROFESSIONAL INVESTORS•  Accelerators•  Angels (Individual or Groups)•  VCs
  • ACCELERATOR•  Fix time, money, %, terms•  Mentoring/ Contacts•  Demo Day
  • ANGELS•  Their own money•  Much time/ contacts/ industry expertise•  No structure
  • VCs•  Other people money•  Contacts/ Portfolio•  Structure•  Follow on
  • VC•  Asset class with the higher level of risk•  Limited Partners: write checks but do no add value•  General Partners: write checks AND add value: management
  • FUND s 101•  Philosophy•  Partners•  Rounds•  Portfolio•  Investment Time
  • PARTNERS•  Limited partner: add any value?•  General partners: what are their domain expertise•  Payment: Management fee 2% + carried interest 20%•  Brackets of returns
  • FUND s RETURNS•  Portfolio approach: 90% will fail•  30/30/40 investment spread•  Potential for home run•  1 company would pay the whole fund
  • MATERIALS•  One line•  Elevator pitch•  Teaser•  Deck•  Financials
  • NO BP
  • DEMO
  • STAGES•  Intro•  Teaser•  Meeting•  NDA/ Financials•  Due Diligence•  Non Shop/ Offering Letter
  • NVESTMENT READINESS •  Legal Entity •  Bank Account •  Shareholder Agreement •  Lawyer •  Accountant •  IP Fillings
  • EQUITY INVESTMENT•  Valuation Previous to Investment•  Purchase of Newly Issued Shares•  Term Sheet, Stockholder Agreement•  Minority Protections•  Board seats
  • CONVERTIBLE DEBT•  No Valuation•  Issue of Time-limited Debt•  Convertible or not in Next Round•  Cap, Interest, Discount, Expiration Date
  • TS vs CN•  Takes more time•  Valuation•  More expensive•  More protections•  Bigger deals
  • NEGOTIATION POINTS •  Common or preferred •  Seniority •  Interest •  Vesting •  Golden Parachute
  • INVESTORS SOURCES•  Angel.co•  Thefunded.com•  Lavca.com•  Crunchbase.com•  F6S.com
  • WHAT VC s LOOK FOR•  Huge markets•  Competitive advantage•  Business + Sales + Tech•  Recurrent revenues•  Economy of scale•  No capital expenditure
  • OW VALUATIONS ARE DON•  Growth Potential•  Market Size•  Market “Hotness”•  Number of Competitors•  Money the company needs•  How much will needed next•  % owned by previous investors•  % wanted by new investors
  • VC’s IN LATAM
  • ACCELERATORS
  • QUESTIONS?
  • ABOUT NAZCA VENTURES •  Entrepreneurs’ Fund •  Santiago and Buenos Aires-based 5 •  Partners, All Entrepreneurs •  LPs in Latam and US •  Starting Early 2013
  • OUR TRACK RECORD•  Started 7 companies•  Sold 3•  Participated in 1 IPO•  2 Latam roll-outs•  Have done 10 investment•  Founded/ lead 2 main entrepreneurial NGOs in Lat am
  • HOW WE INVEST•  Technology (B2B mostly)•  No copycats•  Regional/ Global Potential•  $250-$750k Co-investment
  • WORK WITH THE BESTLATAM ENTREPRENEURSWHILE CREATING VALUE FOR INVESTORS, ENTREPRENEURS AND SOCIETY
  • BRINGING THE ENTREPRENEURIAL SPIRITO EARLY STAGE INVESTMENT IN LATIN AMERICA