Date/Time: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 12 – 1:30 pm
Location: LSC 1330 – Life Sciences Centre, 2350 Health Sciences Mall
This workshop is free and open to all
No need to RSVP
Pizza lunch provided
This workshop will demonstrate ways to fund a new venture. There are several main funding rounds that most young business go through:
– Friends and family
– Venture Capital
We will talk about the differences between them in terms of company stage, amounts and timelines. We will review sample milestones and the process for raising such funds. We will also touch upon the exit – the happy ending where all the investors and the founders finally get paid for all the hard work and the risk taking.
Janelle Goulard, Pangaea Ventures
Goulard has private capital market investment experience with both traditional (private equity) and innovative (healthcare venture capital) business models. She has a background in strategic and operational healthcare consulting focused on solutions development and process improvement. Goulard has spent most of her career at GE Healthcare, based in both North America and Europe where she was a master change agent and became Lean Black Belt certified. She brings her experience with a leading Canadian private equity firm and most recently a global advanced materials Venture Capital firm investing in electronics, energy, health, and sustainability. Goulard has an MBA from the University of British Columbia in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.