What type of funding instrument will you use for your next funding round? A convertible note? The original SAFE (Simple Agreement For Equity) or the modified 2018 version (which is very different)? Or an equity round based on standardized terms such as the Series Seed?
There are many things to understand and many trade-offs to consider in selecting your approach to funding. In this series of online programs we will describe each of these funding approaches, explain the key terms, and help you be prepared to make an informed decision about which fund-raising approach is a fit for your company.
Now that you’ve started a business, how do you manage it like a successful CEO? Come to our September PubTalk to learn from those who are doing it today.
VertueLab Summit 2019 is about learning, inspiring, networking, sharing ideas, and shaping our future. We convene a diverse audience of business leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, partners, corporates, university researchers, students and scientists— who have the common goal of accelerating solutions to environmental challenges.
Got an idea for a startup, but don’t know where to start? This workshop will provide an overview of local resources, along with a checklist of steps to take as you build out your plan.
We want to make sure you’re getting the most out of your OEN membership. Join us for our quarterly member orientation and mixer so you can introduce yourself to OEN staff and fellow OEN members, and understand the benefits that come with joining our membership network.
This year marks the 26th anniversary of the OEN Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Awards Dinner! It’s like the Oscars, but with less glam and more grit. Each fall, over 600 local business leaders converge at OEN’s Tom Holce Entrepreneurship Awards Dinner for Oregon’s largest and most prestigious business networking event. Join us on October 29th to honor local startups and founders who are making their mark, meet Oregon’s movers and shakers in the business community, and recognize the economic impact of entrepreneurship in Oregon.