19.11.20

Venture Talk: Cash is the Oxygen for your Business

Microcity offers its entrepreneurial ecosystem a unique VentureTalk dedicated to the Art of Financing: tools, secrets & technics introduced by Jean-Pierre Vuilleumier, Director StartupINVEST and seasoned investor. Register Now!

You run out of cash your company dies!

Financing is the essential requirement of any organization ; whether in startup mode or in growth phase you must master the art of financing.

Microcity offers its entrepreneurial ecosystem a unique VentureTalk dedicated to the Art of Financing: tools, secrets & technics introduced by Jean-Pierre Vuilleumier, Director StartupINVEST and seasoned investor.

A must see to any entrepreneur and creative brain! Sit down and enjoy the digital format!

Jean-Pierre Vuillemier

Background & Experience

  • Managing Director Startup INVEST (since 2003)
  • Organizer of the Startup DAYs (2004-2020)
  • Vice-Chairman startupticker.ch
  • Lecturer for Entrepreneurship
  • Professor for Finance University of Applied Sciences Berne
  • Lic. rer. pol. University of Freiburg (CH)
  • Venture Capital CEO
  • CFO for several Start-ups
  • Co-Developer of Financial Planning Tool (Fintool)
  • Financial & Pitching Coach for Innosuisse

Program

17:00 Cash is the Oxygen for your Business - Talk by Jean-Pierre Vuillemier  

17:40 Online Q&A

Venue and date: Online from home
December 17th at 17:00

Don't wait to register, places are limited to 100 participants!

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This event is sponsored by BCN Innovation CHF 150'000.- in cash for your innovation project. Open to startups and SMEs. Apply now !
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