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SXSW V2V Panel Proposal -- Alternative Funding Sources


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SXSW V2V Panel Proposal -- Alternative Funding Sources

  1. 1. SXSW V2V – July 2014
  2. 2. Every Startup Needs Capital But the sought after “Angel to VC” funding route is not accessible to many companies, especially in early stages
  3. 3. Entrepreneurs Need to Know Other Funding Sources Bootstrapping Debt: SBA Loans + Bank Crowdfunding (donation vs equity) Customers Strategic Partners Equity
  4. 4. Equity Capital Options Founder Friends/Family Accelerators ($10-$100k) Angel Investors (individual + angel groups + angel platforms) Venture Capital Private Equity Public Markets
  5. 5. We Have an Amazing Panel of Entrepreneurs  Mary Juetten, Founder & CEO, Traklight  Gavin Fish, VP, Sales & Marketing, Light Harmonic  Jennifer Beall, Founder & CEO, CleanBeeBaby  Geralyn Villaflor, Founder & CEO, Sammy & Claire Moderator: Delilah Panio, Business & Financial Strategy Consultant; Startup CEO (Stiletto Dash)
  6. 6. Mary Juetten Founder & CEO Traklight Funding Sources: Angel Round (currently raising $450,000) Bank Line of Credit/State Program $250,000 Master Services Agreement with Key Client (Undisclosed amount) Grants & Prize Money - $20,000 Self-Funded & Bootstrapped
  7. 7. Gavin Fish VP Sales & Marketing Light Harmonic Funding Sources: Crowdfunding - $1.58 Million
  8. 8. Jennifer Beall Founder & CEO CleanBeeBaby Funding Sources: SAFE Note $500,000 Seed Round $100,000 (convertible note) Grant Money from Kellogg Business Plan Competition Bootstrapped for 3 years
  9. 9. Geralyn Villaflor Founder & CEO Sammy & Claire Funding Sources: SBA Loan $25,000 Business Credit Card $25,000 Self-Funded & Bootstrapped Previous Company: Factoring Credit Line $3 million, Angel Investors $500,000, Strategic Partner (with $2 million bank credit line)
  10. 10. Choose Our Panel to Learn How These Entrepreneurs Funded Their Companies – and the Options That Might be Right for Yours!