Venture Capital Conference 2011
The Tenth InterTradeIreland Venture Capital Conference will strengthen and develop last year’s successful event. It will focus on how to build a first class venture-backed business focusing on the three stages in the investment process:
- Securing the investment,
- Become self sustaining, and
- Realising the investor exit.
Why should you attend?
- Learn about the current sources of equity capital (both institutional and the business angel networks) available across the island.
- Share the experience of four start-up companies and how they raised funding for their businesses.
- Get practical advice on the ‘do’s and don’ts' of approaching a VC’.
- Network with investors and other like minded companies under one roof.
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Venture Capital Conference 2013
Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin
6th March 2013
InterTradeIreland’s annual Venture Capital Conference returns to Dublin and brings together in one room for one day the island’s new and growing companies seeking investment along with the funds and individuals on the island with money to invest. This year's event take place at the Croke Park Conference Centre on the 6th March 2013 with the theme 'Securing Investment in 2013'.
Paul Adams - Global Head of Brand Design, Facebook
Johnny Walker - Serial Entrepreneur and Founder of Global Diagnostics
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The only Venture Capital Conference on the island it is a must for entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, business angels, investors and anyone with an interest in venture capital.The conference will again showcase the current sources of equity funding and how to secure investment in 2013.
Why should you attend?
- Hear from key note speakers Paul Adams (Global Head of Brand Design -Facebook) and Johnny Walker(Serial Entrpreneur and Founder of Global Diagnostics), who will share their experiences and insights and take questions from delegates.
- Learn about the current sources of equity capital across 3 parallel sessions: Early Stage, Series A and Life Sciences.
- Share the experience of 3 start-up companies and how they raised funding for their busnesses.
Last year’s conference was completely booked out so to avoid disappointment please book early!
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Venture Capital Conference
The 12th InterTradeIreland Venture Capital Conference took place in Croke Park Conference Centre, Dublin on 6th March 2013. The event brought together over 300 attendees from across the island. The main focus of the event was to assist companies to 'Secure Investment in 2013' and to build on the experiences of companies that have been through the Venture Capital process and showcase the options and opportunities that are out there for businesses today.
The conference was formally opened by Seán Sherlock TD, Minister for Research and Innovation and was chaired by Mark Little, ex presenter for RTE current affairs programme, Prime Time. Amongst the keynote speakers at the conference were Paul Adams, the Global Head of Brand Design at Facebook, and Johnny Walker Founder of Global Diagnostics and Thomas Davies of Seedrs, the first FSA regulated crowdfunding equity firm in the UK.
A panel of experts made up of representatives of the island's active venture capital funds in the early stage, series A and life sciences, answered queries from delegates. There was also a panel session on State Supports featuring InterTradeIreland, Invest NI, and Enterprise Ireland. Representatives from the business angel community were also amongst the delgates.
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Paul Adams Presentation - to follow shortly