From panel discussions with venture capital investors to interviews with successful startup founders, 4thly hosts a variety of online events for entrepreneurs and innovators. Join our mailing list in order to be notified of upcoming 4thly events.
Having a great pitch deck – and being able to deliver it effectively – is a key success driver for any startup founder. Join our livestream discussion on this topic. Register now for this January 25 livestream.
Due Diligence for Startup Founders and Investors
As the story of Theranos and Elizabeth Holmes demonstrated, due diligence can be a tricky thing. Investors need to have full visibility into a company’s technology and operations before making an investment decision and founders need to be careful about all their representations. But when a deal is being done at “Silicon Valley speed” how do the parties navigate this in an efficient way. Our panel of experienced founders and investors will discuss. Date to be scheduled in early 2022. Join our mailing list.
LatAm Venture Trends
All over Latin America today, entrepreneurs are thriving and venture capital is flowing. Everyone wants to be the next Rappi. Join us for a discussion with a panel of experts from across the region. View video of past event.
Solo Founders and Solopreneurs.
This may be the decade of the solopreneur. More individuals than ever are starting and running their own ventures. In this panel discussion, four very successful solo founders give their thoughts on how solopreneurs can thrive, raise capital, and succeed. View video of past event.
Seed financings are flourishing right now in Silicon Valley and beyond. In 2021 the median seed financing was an astonishing $4.1 million. As we move into 2022, how do entrepreneurs optimize their seed stage fundraising for this new era? Register now for this February 2 livestream.
Optimizing Founder Equity
Company founders need to sell equity in order to raise capital, while still preserving as much as they can for themselves and their team. Each round of financing causes more dilution (and potentially less control of the company). How do company founders manage this process in an optimized way? Also, the road from founding a company to getting to a liquidity event can be many many years, so how do founders get a little liquidity along the way? Our panel of experienced founders will discuss. Date to be scheduled in early 2022. Join our mailing list.
Seed Stage Capital
An all-star panel of startup investors, venture capitalists, and leading Silicon Valley attorneys to discussed how to structure seed financings for success. This workshop was in partnership with our friends at the global law firm, Foley & Lardner. View video of past event.
50 ways to finance a startup venture.
Paul Simon sang “there must be 50 ways to leave your lover” – in 2021 there there are least that many ways to finance and grow your startup venture. From venture capital to SBIR grants, from rev share financing to impact funds, from demand dividend to crowdfunding. View video of past event.