Finance Workshop Series for Green Businesses -- Due Diligence: Evaluating a Potential Investment
FINANCE WORKSHOP SERIES FOR GREEN BUSINESSES
"DUE DILIGENCE: EVALUATING A POTENTIAL INVESTMENT"
The March workshop is free for incubator companies; $15 for all others. General networking and light refreshments available at 8 am; program begins at 8:30.
DESCRIPTION: Once a potential investor decides that a company is of significant interest, an evaluation process is undertaken to verify that the company is worthy of investment. This is the hard part. The investor will ask for specific information from the entrepreneur, often referred to as the due diligence checklist, and then verify that information through independent research. This fourth workshop will address the substance and process of due diligence, which deals with management, products/services, market and finances. In addition, advice will be given on how the entrepreneur should conduct due diligence on the potential investor. An investment is a relationship. Both sides need to be comfortable before consummating the deal. A distinguished panel of experienced investors and entrepreneurs will discuss these issues.
-- Anthony Millin, Pedly, Millin & Gordinier. moderator
-- John May, New Vantage Partners
-- Mahesh Konduru, Potomac Energy Fund
-- David Levine, Geostellar
WORKSHOP SERIES SPONSORS:
-- Montgomery County Department of Economic Development
-- U.S. Small Business Administration
-- Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship, Univ. of Maryland
-- Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (Mtech), Univ. of Maryland
-- Maryland Clean Energy Center
-- Clean Tech Open Mid-Atlantic
-- William James Foundation
Bethesda Green (View)
4825 Cordell Ave. Suite 200
Bethesda, MD 20814
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|