Ajujaht & Funderbeam: How to fundraise & drink champagne when you’re out of champagne?
You are welcome to join us and learn more about your options for raising funds in the Estonian ecosystem. If you are keen to meet and learn from lead investors, VCs, experienced founders and representatives from both Funderbeam and Ajujaht, make sure to be in Palo Alto club on the 27th of March at 6PM! The event is also a celebration as Funderbeam’s is the newest supporter of Ajujaht this season!
We will provide some light snacks, drinks and plenty of opportunities to network!
17.45 Doors open
18.00 Greetings from Funderbeam – Rünno Allikivi
18.10 Introduction to Funderbeam – Tom Pooley
18.20 Keynote: Danish investor Louise Ertmann: What lead investors look for?
18.40 Fireside chat: Harri Tallinnn (CIVITTA), Martin Kristerson (UpSteam), Kristjan Lind (Bikeep)
19.10 Closing remarks
19.15 Drinks, snacks & networking
Space is limited, so make sure to register here: goo.gl/y85reH
Make sure to be there & bring along your friends!
Funderbam & Ajujaht
Ajujaht is Estonia’s largest business idea competition. Ajujaht was established by Enterprise Estonia, partner SEB and main sponsor Elisa. In addition to the aforementioned, Ajujaht is supported by Law Office Triniti, Funderbeam, Lingvist, Estonian Employers` Confederation, Estonian Chamber of Agriculture, Harku Municipality, City of Pärnu, Saue Municipality, City of Tallinn, City of Tartu. Ajujaht is funded by Enterprise Estonia`s European Regional Development Fund finances. Ajujaht is implemented by Civitta Eesti AS, Kommunikatsioonibüroo JLP and Tehnopol.
Investing in early-stage and growth companies puts your capital at risk. Please read Funderbeam’s Risk Disclosure Statement: https://www.funderbeam.com/help/what-are-the-risks/