This new Ask Me Anything (AMA) series is designed for business leaders who want to ask the ‘dumb’ and ‘obvious’ questions. Many financial professionals and investors take for granted that commonly used jargon is often at times poorly understood by their target audience, if at all.
“A capitalization table is a table providing an analysis of a company’s percentages of ownership, equity dilution, and value of equity in each round of investment by founders, investors, and other owners”
Click here to register for the webinar event.
Attend this Crowdcast as Informed Funding provides leaders an opportunity to delve into important investment and financial concepts. Through a conversational and jargon free approach, this AMA will provide founders a 15-minute overview of a cap table, and a 15-minute Q&A where you can ask the questions you’ve always wanted to ask. Through the Crowdcast, you’ll be able to ask questions anonymously and attendees won’t be on camera. You’ll be able to listen, learn, ask questions, all before the start of the working day.
Crowdcast Host Chris Dines, CEO of Informed Funding
Chris Dines has a long career as an entrepreneur and thought leader in the areas of business intelligence, technology and growth company finance. An economics graduate, he qualified as a Chartered Accountant and managed a successful corporate finance team at PwC. As CEO, he built leading Tech Research business, Ovum, achieving an IPO on the London Market and subsequent sale (now part of Informa Group).
He has built, from scratch, Knowledge Peers and Informed Funding, with both organisations focused on P2P knowledge sharing in the UK SME sector. He is on the Boards of leading PropTech business Key Agent and leading PR business, William Murray Communications.
Malcolm provides hands on, on-site business advisory support, through his professional and practical experience, gained through many years of business leadership, advisory practice and financial management. He is also a fully qualified Chartered Accountant, with over thirty years’ experience in general practice and management roles with medium sized accountancy firms and SME’s. Malcolm has spent the last 15 years running his own business, advising SME’s and high growth start-ups.
He currently sits on the board of a number of Venture Capital backed high growth technology businesses’, and acts as a finance director for a regional Venture Capital Firm, where he assists in investment decisions. Malcolm has a wealth of experience in operating companies. He started, bought and sold his own businesses as well as assisting client companies in raising funds and realising value on exit.
Spaces are limited so register today for your virtual seat.