“Deconstructing SAFEs, Notes, and Series Seed Financing with Rebecca Whiting at TechCrunch Early Stage 2024”

Raising capital sounds simple: You hand over shares, investors hand over cash, and everyone then gets back to work. She’s coming to TechCrunch’s Early Stage event next month on April 25 to not only present on early-stage fundraising topics, but also to answer your questions. Early Stage is one of our most popular events, so don’t delay — I’ll see you in April, pen in hand, listening to Whiting. Early Stage 2024 prices go up March 31. Is your company interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at TechCrunch Early Stage 2024?

Raising capital may seem straightforward at first glance – give investors shares, receive cash, get back to work. But the reality is far more complex. Are you selling equity through a priced round or a convertible note that eventually becomes shares? Or maybe you’re opting for a SAFE – a simple agreement for future equity.

For new founders, the world of venture capital and angel investing can be overwhelming with its constant use of acronyms. It’s not easy to navigate this landscape when all you want to do is focus on building your business.

That’s where Rebecca Lee Whiting of Epigram Legal comes in. With her expertise in working with early-stage companies, she helps businesses raise capital and establish a solid foundation for their startup. We’re thrilled to have her join us at TechCrunch’s Early Stage event on April 25. Not only will she be discussing various early-stage fundraising topics, but she’ll also be answering your questions.

Whiting will be joining a stellar lineup of venture capitalists and founders who will be sharing their insights and taking questions from attendees. Early Stage is highly anticipated every year, so be sure to secure your spot before prices go up on March 31st. Join us for a day full of valuable information and advice from industry leaders. Don’t wait – book your pass today and save $200!

If your company is interested in sponsoring or exhibiting at TechCrunch Early Stage 2024, simply complete this form to reach out to our sponsorship sales team.

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