This year VEF is partnering with entrepreneurship@UBC Immersion Week for our September event. Kicking off our VEF fall season with excitement, this event is a great opportunity to re-connect with peers, make new connections and derive inspiration and tactical insights from some amazing entrepreneurs, innovators and change-makers.
Impact Frameworks for Early Stage Financing What you need to know if you are raising early-stage capital in today's world. In this session, panelists will discuss the frameworks they use to evaluate early stage impact-led Startups: What are investors really looking for? What are the metrics that matter? How can you recession-proof your venture? Can you have impact and be profitable?
Registration: Registration is free and includes attendance at the full EIW Conference.
About Entrepreneurship@UBC Immersion Week
entrepreneurship@UBC Immersion Week (EIW) is taking place September 27-29 @ UBC Robson Square, UBC Point Grey and some content online. This year's theme is Impact, Action, Experience. EIW brings together storytellers and movement builders from across our ecosystem, to share their insights on the strategies and tactics that helped them transform their ideas to impact. Last year, over 650 people joined us for a week of inspiring discussions, tactical insights and meaningful connections.
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To advance technology entrepreneurship through networking forums that educate and motivate.
The Vancouver Enterprise Forum (VEF) is the premier networking forum for technology entrepreneurs. The VEF holds eight events each year - usually on the fourth Tuesday of the month. These events provide attendees with an opportunity to network and learn. The evening involves a feature presenter covers a topic especially relevant to technology entrepreneurs such as financing and CEO war stories. Networking sessions are included before and after the presentation for speakers and attendees to connect with each other.
As a not-for-profit B.C. Society, VEF is supported by its sponsors, its members, its volunteers, and by all attendees at VEF events.
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