Thursday, 25th July, 2019

10:30 AM ET



As founders, you’re building the future. The ideas deemed crazy today paired with your focus and your team’s quality of execution might become the reality in which we all operate in a few years’ time.
Whilst clearly not the end goal, raising capital can power your growth and help you reach the next level. Traditionally, fundraising was seen as a complex, opaque process with a limited variety of options and an imbalance of power.
More recently, the number of fundraising routes has increased and the whole process has become more transparent, with business angels and prominent VCs becoming more open in sharing their views and knowledge to help startups progress.

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Key Takeaways:

        1. How to find out if your startup ready to raise Venture Capital?
        2. How to write to investors for pitching?
        3. How to prepare your Deck for pitching?
        4. Preparing for One to One Pitch meetings?

Target Audience:

      1. CXOs, CMOs & CEOs
      2. Young students who are preparing to be entrepreneurs.
      3. Entrepreneurs who plan to raise funds in the next 3 to 12 months
      4. Professionals who aspire to be entrepreneurs and know what is the difference between a lifestyle business and Venture Funded business



Siddhartha Ahluwalia

Siddhartha Ahluwalia is Founder & Host of 100xEntrepreneur podcast, the most popular podcast on iTunes on Venture Capital.He is Co-Founder in Sheroes, the social network for women in India. In Sep 2017 Siddhartha’s company Babygogo, the largest parenting community got acquired by Sheroes.Siddhartha has been a Serial Entrepreneur for the last 7 years. His first venture AddoDoc, an EMR for Doctors raised $500,000 from the best angel investors of India.