How to Open Doors to Funding with an Effective Executive Summary

Thursday, October 17, 2019
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

 
Please join the WNG Entrepreneur Roundtable when we meet with start-up/scale-up expert Ines LeBow, CEO of Enterprise Transformation Solutions (ETS).

Ines LeBow

In this interactive seminar, Ines LeBow will show you how to write an effective Executive Summary. She'll show you the 10 things you need to include to dramatically improve your odds of success as you go through the fundraising process. You often only get one shot in front of potential investors, so make sure your Executive Summary is enticing enough for investors to want to take the next step! If you are an entrepreneur looking for funding, you need to attend this event.

If you are looking to get funded by investors or even take out a loan, you probably already know you need a pitch deck and a business plan. But many entrepreneurs overlook the importance of having a tightly-written effective, even compelling Executive Summary.

An Executive Summary is often the first document investors and lenders want to see before a complete pitch deck and business plan. It can be the key to opening more doors if it leads to funders seeking to learn more. If it is done poorly, no matter how promising your venture and your team, doors to funds you need may remain locked tight. Come learn from Ines how to do it right.

About Our Speaker:

Ines LeBow has over 30 years of hands-on experience helping startups secure funding to launch, grow and successfully exit. She consults with next stage companies to scale-up operations. A catalyst for growth, Ines has been recruited by multiple companies to transform operations and sales. She has a proven track record for guiding established companies to reach the next level of profitability. She is known as a turnaround expert transforming operations from bankruptcy to successful exits. Ines has shepherded 11 M&A deals and IPO due diligence. Her success stems from working closely with investors - Ines knows what they're looking for in terms of ROI. To learn more about her firm Enterprise Transformation Solutions (ETS) check out the website: transformationsolutions.pro or visit LinkedIn.

About the WNG Entrepreneur Roundtable:

The WNG Entrepreneur Roundtable supports entrepreneurs who are building new organizations and businesses. We do this by convening networking opportunities and content-driven programs that address issues of interest to entrepreneurs of every stripe. Additionally, the Entrepreneur Roundtable works collaboratively with other WNG Roundtables and Special Interest Groups, and serves as the WNG's liaison to other entrepreneur-focused organizations.

Initial Registrants:

Click here to see a list of initial registrants on our registration page, left side panel.

Our Venue:

Arlington Economic Development
1100 North Glebe Road
Suite 1500
Arlington, Virginia 22201
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We are very fortunate to have Arlington Economic Development (AED) as our venue partner. This event will take place in the AED conference center. Special thanks to Sindy Yeh, Senior Business Ambassador at AED for her support. @AEDBizInvest.

Event Registration:

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$15 for WNG Members
$30 for Non-Members

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Cancellation Policy: WNG 48-Hour Cancellation Policy applies to this event.

Attire: Business Casual.

Questions? Contact the WNG Office: 202-455-4504.

Date

Oct 17 2019

Time

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Cost

$15 - $90

More Info

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Labels

Regional Event,
WNG Event

Location

Arlington Economic Development
1100 N. Glebe Road - Suite 1500, Arlington, VA 22201

Organizer

WNG Entrepreneur Roundtable

Other Organizers

WNG - Washington Network Group
Phone
202-455-4504
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