SVB Fundraising Workshop

Our Managing Partner, Brian Hirsch, partnered with Silicon Valley Bank for a Fundraising Workshop for early-stage founders.

Our Managing Partner, Brian Hirsch, recently partnered with Silicon Valley Bank for a fundraising workshop for early-stage founders. This was an opportunity for early-stage founders to learn how to run an effective fundraising process for raising an institutional venture capital round.

The discussion covered a range of topics including:

  • Qualifying Investors
  • The most effective ways to generate introductions to VCs
  • State of the Market Insights and Fundraising Trends
  • Firms that are actively leading/participating in early-stage rounds
  • Nuances and common pitfalls in fundraising
  • The current state of the markets and what we’re hearing

For more insights, watch the full replay HERE.

Tribeca Venture Partners Insights explores topics related to entrepreneurship, leadership, and technology from our TVP Partners, founders, executives and tech community.

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