You’re raising capital for your startup and you’ve got investor interest. What happens next? Due Diligence! For both the business owners and investors, due diligence is an important part of the investment process. It’s your opportunity to demonstrate your business’s potential value. And it’s the investors method for analyzing the risk of their investment.
How your company performs during this process can make or break your ability to raise funding. Many founders are caught off guard during their first round of due diligence and scramble to provide the requested information to the potential investors.. Don’t let that be you!
In this seminar, attorney Douglas Bosley of Witan Law, will explain how to prepare for the Due Diligence process to meet the expectations investors have for your startup.
This is an in-person meeting at Capsity Oak Park, a coworking space. We will kick things off with a reception to allow you an opportunity to connect with other startup founders and advisors.
StartupSac Scale Up Seminars are for startups that have demonstrated some traction and are investment-ready.
Douglas Bosley is a founding partner of Witan Law Group and a member of the firm’s Corporate Transactional and Securities practice. Practicing out of the Sacramento and Orange County offices, Mr. Bosley represents businesses and entrepreneurs at all stages of growth from inception to exit. Having grown up in a small family-owned business, he keenly appreciates the passion that clients have for their businesses.
Mr. Bosley’s practice focuses on three general areas of financing transactions, mergers and acquisitions and general corporate matters. Mr. Bosley’s financing experience includes representing venture capital firms and venture-backed companies, mezzanine debt transactions, and a wide range of other types of financing and securities transactions. He also represents buyers and sellers in mergers and acquisition transactions through the middle market, but possesses the experience to efficiently bring his expertise and drive value in much smaller transactions. General corporate matters include: formation and startups; equity compensation; contracts such as licensing, joint ventures, representative agreements, and development and service level agreements; and corporate governance matters. formation and has advised general partners and institutional investors in connection with the formation of venture capital, real estate, buyout and other private equity funds.
Witan Law provides full business life cycle representation, from startup to exit, on all matters relating to formation and governance, transactions and securities, litigation and dispute management, and restructuring. They represent clients of all sizes, at all stages of growth, and in all private sector industries, including finance, energy, technology, restaurants, alcohol, manufacturing, politics, and more.