Early-stage Investment Sessions

Invest Just a Few Hours and Get the Expertise Most Investors Spend Years Trying to Acquire

‘’VC Crash Course Series’’ are designed to be open to all FBN members such as founders, now-gens & next-gens and investors who are interested in entrepreneurship, innovation and investing.
These short and practical sessions will be presented by experienced and talented investors of 500 Istanbul and 500 Global and will be held under 3 important topics embracing fundamental introduction to build a solid foundation in early-stage investing.
‘’VC Crash Course Series’’ will be concluded with an investment simulation in which real start-up business plans and data will be used.

VC Crash Course Series

1.    Investor ecosystem & stages of investment 20.04.2022 (CET 3:30 pm - 2 hours) max 35 members
2.    How to pick investments 27.04.2022 (CET 3:30 pm - 2 hours) max 35 members
3.    Navigating term sheets for investors 09.05.2022 (CET 3:30 pm- 2 hours) max 35 members
4.    Putting it all together: Investment simulation 11.05.2022 (CET 3:30 pm- 2 hours)

Participation Rules
The event series have been organized just for FBN Members who have motivation to learn and share about venture fund investment.
The program has four modules. All participants should commit to joining each session. At the end of the 3 modules, there will be an Investment Competition for participants.
Participation is restricted for FBN Members among every generation
Participation is limited for 35 members for each session
For more info: - +90 533 084 3587

*Created and organized by TAİDER - FBN Türkiye Innovation and Entrepreneurship Committee and 500 Istanbul

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