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NWC News Desk

Seed investing goes under the microscope in June 11 program for entrepreneurs & investors

Posted May 18, 2015
By NWC News Desk

POWELL, Wyoming — Wyoming and Montana investors, entrepreneurs and business development professionals will have a rare opportunity to look inside the world of seed investing during a one-day event Thursday, June 11, at the Northwest College Center for Training and Development in Powell.

Jim Troxel, Co-Managing Director of Development Capital Networks LLC and former training director for the National Association of Seed and Venture Funds, will lead a specialized training titled “Seed Investing for Entrepreneurs and Investors.”

Troxel and a team of legal and investment professionals will cover the complete process of seed investing, from due diligence and valuing an enterprise to pricing and negotiating a deal, to term sheet expectations, closing, mentoring and cashing out.

Participants in the step-by-step program will walk away with seed-investment know how, networking opportunities, team skills and comprehensive materials to reference in the future.

The program is delivered through interactive workshops, role-playing exercises, videotaped presentations, a live case study and onsite coaching from a team of regional seed investors and entrepreneurs.

Designed by the nation's leading seed investors, specialists and seasoned professionals, the seminar gives a candid view of how true seed investors think, how they choose their investments and work with the nation’s best entrepreneurs.

To learn more about the curriculum and the team of presenters, look for “Seed Investing for Entrepreneurs and Investors” in the “What’s Happening” box. Online registration is available at the same site.

The $175 cost includes a complete set of reference materials, plus a continental breakfast and lunch.

To register or for more information, email Powell CTD or call 307-754-6062, or 800-560-4692, extension 6062.