An LSN Summer Chapter Series

26 May

By Cole Bunn, Senior Research Analyst, LSN

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Summer has arrived, even here in Boston.  To help your fundraising efforts keep on through the coming heatwaves without flagging, LSN will be running our summer reading series again.  Each week, we’ll share a chapter of The Life Science Executive’s Fundraising Manifesto by Dennis Ford, packed with advice and tips for positioning, branding and marketing your life science financing round.

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The Life Science Executive’s Fundraising Manifesto helps scientists understand the fundamental skills needed to brand and market their companies. It discusses how to use a consistent message to achieve compelling results from a fundraising campaign and how to aggregate a list of potential global investors that are a fit for your company’s products and services. The book also explains how to efficiently and effectively reach out to potential investor targets, start a dialogue that fosters a relationship, and ultimately secure capital allocations.

The LSN Summer Reading series begins with “The Legal Landscape: A Basic Overview.” Contributed by Gerard P O’Connor, Esq, this first chapter provides a whistle-stop tour of all the legal issues a fundraising CEO needs to consider when raising capital.

Click here to download/print the PDF.

O’Connor introduces the regulatory bodies a fundraising CEO will encounter, defines accredited investors, and presents some of the alternative options to pursuing venture capital funds. The chapter also informs entrepreneurs regarding key concepts in dealmaking, including dilution, terms, and working with brokers.

We hope you find this exploration of the legal considerations involved in fundraising to be informative. Join us next week for Chapter 2 — “Crowdfunding and IPOs.”

Enjoyed the preview? Buy now from Amazon.com or Barnes & Noble

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