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The Fundable Entrepreneur

posted Feb 4, 2011, 3:19 PM by CNET-NH Administrator   [ updated Feb 4, 2011, 3:21 PM ]


Your concept is great.  Your solution is even better! The market is ready and you think you have the team to make it happen.  The only thing left is working capital.  You get one shot at it.  You need to raise money fast but the deal has to be right and has to provide enough “gas in the tank” to get you there and some!  But before you can execute you have to become “fundable”.  You want people begging you to take their investments but how? It starts with five key documents, lots of experience and know-how. 

This session, “The Fundable Entrepreneur”, will focus on how to prepare to pitch to angels, how to increase your chances of negotiating successful financing, and how “not to mess it up”.  An hour packed full of on-topic, ready-to-use, insightful knowledge from one of New England’s cornerstones in entrepreneurship, Ken Steinberg of Cambridge Research & Development.  As a member of the local angel community, Ken has seen hundreds of pitches.  Come learn from his experience and position yourself to win.

About the Speaker:

Ken Steinberg serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Cambridge Research and Development, a company founded by Mr. Steinberg in 2003.  Prior to Cambridge Research, Mr.

Steinberg was the Founder of Savant Protection, a leading security firm based on intellectual property he created.  This was preceded by a 20-year career as an executive and key contributor at the National Science Foundation, Digital Equipment, Hughes, Hitachi and Softbank.

A native of New Hampshire, Mr. Steinberg received his bachelor's degree in Computer Science from University of Massachusetts at Lowell in 1986.  He is a member of the MIT Sloan Symposium committee and the founding chair of Northeast Angels, a private equity group in New England. Mr. Steinberg is on the advisory board of Daniel Webster college and the Northeast chapter of the SANS institute.

Ken holds several patents in various disciplines, is a published author, speaker and contributor to various publications. He has received numerous awards including the Hughes Excellence Award and NH Software Association Excellence Award.