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Rotating Emerging Company Roundtable Discussion - April 20, 2017

Event Dates: April 20, 2017
Industries: Technology and Manufacturing
Services: Emerging Company and Entrepreneur Services | Resources, Access and Mentoring Program (RAMP)

How to Obtain Cash Without Giving Up Equity

​Seeking funding, but reluctant to jeopardize your equity? This discussion will center on best practices for securing funding without sacrificing your ownership interest. These alternative methods of financing include state and federal grants and loans, commercial loans, strategic alliances and crowdfunding.  

Henry Ahn, Program Director (SBIR/STTR) at National Science Foundation, and Brian Corbett, Seed Investment Fund Director at Maryland Technology Development Corporation (TEDCO) will join us to share information about federal and state programs, Jay Reilly of Saul Ewing will provide insights into crowdfunding, and your peers will have lots of additional insights to share.  
The discussion will take place at Hagerstown Community College, 20140 Scholar Drive, Suite 321 Hagerstown, Maryland with networking from 8:30-9:00, and the discussion itself from 9:00 until 10:30 a.m.  A light breakfast will be served.
The Emerging Company Roundtables are designed to facilitate discussions between like-minded individuals covering a range of issues essential to early stage companies. Speakers will introduce valuable topics and generate conversations surrounding strategies to overcome business challenges and enhance the likelihood of success.

For more information, please contact Michelle Ferguson at mferguson@saul.com or (610) 251-5059.