What Do Investors Want? A Roundtable Discussion Over Lunch

02.13.2013 - Capital Markets

The Raising Capital Workshop presented by Pacific Community Ventures (PCV) on March 6, 2013 is a comprehensive one day “financing boot camp” for small businesses located throughout the Greater Bay Area.

The luncheon program What Do Investors Want?  A Roundtable Discussion Over Lunch is not to be missed!  Each participant possesses a deep understanding of entrepreneurship and what it takes to make a small business truly successful to stand the test of time.

Jeff Holland – Partner – Seacoast Capital – Discussion Leader

Phil Estes – Co-Founder – Horizon Holdings

Mark French – Co-Founder – Robin Lane Capital

Noah Alper – Founder – Noah’s New York Bagels

Jeff, Phil and Mark have over 60 years of experience as professional investors in privately owned companies at the lower end of the middle market.  Noah will provide insights and the perspective of an entrepreneur who had a successful small business but brought in outside investors that made the company truly flourish.  Long before they were hip, Noah founded a thriving natural foods grocery store (Bread and Circus) in 1973 which ultimately was acquired by Whole Foods.

Each year PCV’s Business Advising program connects 150 to 200 small businesses throughout the Greater Bay region with valuable resources to run and grow their businesses. Advisors are highly skilled professionals and business executives who provide pro-bono one-on-one consulting services on a wide range of disciplines: accounting, banking, finance, human resources, legal, marketing, operations, product development & innovation, purchasing, sales, strategic planning, supply chain management and more.

Complete details will be found at PCV.