OEN Westside PubTalk: Demystifying the Term Sheet
***Registration is closed. We will take walk-ins at the door!***
What’s a term sheet, anyway? A term sheet is “a non-binding agreement setting forth the basic terms and conditions under which an investment will be made,” according to Investopedia.
When it comes to early fundraising, all entrepreneurs need to understand the basics of a term sheet and how it impacts their business. Term sheets can vary widely, which adds to the mystery of how the terms might impact the equity holdings and valuation of a company. Our panel of experts will discuss the critical elements of a term sheet and offer their perspective on best practices.
Term sheets don’t have to be so mysterious! Join us to learn more.
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05/15/2019 05:15 PM
05/15/2019 07:00 PM
OEN Westside PubTalk: Demystifying the Term Sheet?
Term sheets don’t have to be so mysterious! Join us and learn about term sheets from the experts.
Golden Valley Brewery & Restaurant, 1520 NW Bethany Blvd., Beaverton
The OEN PubTalk™ is our flagship monthly happy hour — a perfect starting point for new community members and a great place for established members to make new connections. The program will be preceded by time for casual networking. Registration begins at 5:15 p.m.
Cost: $15 for OEN and Hillsboro Chamber members; $25 for non-members. We take walk-ins if space allows, but prices will be $20 for OEN members and $35 for non-members at the door – cash only. Snack will be provided. Beverages will be available for purchase.
Not yet an OEN member? Join today and you can get a free pass to our February PubTalk!
Partner at Ater Wynne LLP
An attorney at Ater Wynne, Ernie Bootsma has been actively representing start-up and emerging growth businesses, family businesses, and mature companies since 1990. His legal practice encompasses company formation, finance, governance, M&A, as well as intellectual property relating to trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets and licensing.
Manager, Oregon Venture Fund
Scott grew up in Massachusetts, and after earning his degree in Computer Systems Engineering at UMass Amherst, he came west to Oregon in search of big mountains and to start his career at Intel, where he quickly discovered that he was really a startup kind of guy. Stints in customer support and marketing at four software startups followed before Scott became CEO of Novas Software, which had a successful exit in 2008. Having committed to doing “something completely different” after Novas, he joined Oregon Angel Fund as an investor in 2010 and as a member of the team in 2012. Scott keeps a lot of balls in the air and strives to achieve the ideal of “excellent experience for everyone” as he manages the fund’s investment selection, diligence, and deal structuring.
CEO & Founder, IOTAS
Scé Pike started her career in Silicon Valley, designing and developing the first e-commerce sites for GM, HP, Blue Cross, and others. Later she helped to pioneer Smart Phones at Palm. In 2007, Scé started her own company, Citizen, which initially focused on Smart Phone products and later on Internet of Things (IoT) products such as Connected Car & Connected Health. Scé successfully sold Citizen to Ernst & Young. In 2014, she founded IOTAS, a turn-key, smart apartment platform to help the Multi-Family-Home Industry increase revenue and save costs and allow 3rd parties to easily deploy IoT solutions focusing on residential real estate. IOTAS has been recognized by Fortune, Wired, Gigaom, ABC, NBC, FastCo and more as the new way of building and renovating residential real estate. IOTAS has installations in over 40 cities, in over 70 buildings, and has sold over 100,000 smart devices to the MFH industry. IOTAS is funded by Oregon Venture Fund, 1843 Capital, Scrum Ventures, Rogue Ventures, and Intel.
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