Building a Fundable Company – Keiretsu Forum Academy

Real-World Entrepreneur EducationPresented by Experienced Leaders

The Building a Fundable Company program offers four days of small group instruction that covers all the bases of creating a business that meets the requirements of angel investors. Each course is led by seasoned professionals with deep experience and qualifications in their areas of expertise. Each presenter illuminates vital, practical, and relevant knowledge covering the topics below in an interactive setting, ensuring that your specific questions get answered. Class size is limited to facilitate highly interactive and engaging sessions.Bryan Brewer, Keiretsu Forum Academy Executive Director206-529-3687,

We have now unbundled the components of the Building a Fundable Company course as follows to offer you three different levels of participation:

  1. $495 for four days of instruction
  2. $745 for four days of instruction and attendance at investor events
  3. $1,245 for four days of instruction, attendance at investor events, and one-on-one mentorship

Click here to register (Begins Tuesday, October 14, 2014)

KEY BENEFITSGain ConfidenceYou’ll learn the right way to create and grow your business to make it attractive to angel investors. This makes it a lot easier to raise funding. Expand Your NetworkYou’ll make new contacts with attendees and faculty members. Plus you can choose the option to attend events where you can network with investors. And you can upgrade to receive one-on-one mentorship from a Keiretsu Forum member.Save Time and MoneyDo it right the first time to avoid the high costs of cleaning up mistakes. You’ll also learn strategies to preserve value in your company.

Four Days of Instruction


Oct. 14 – Ramping Up Your Startup. Covers CEO roles and responsibilities, the best strategies for forming your company and compensating team members, and the practicalities of managing your accounting and finance.

Oct. 21 – Building Business Momentum. Expands your knowledge about marketing strategies, growing sales, and protecting intellectual property (a key issue for investors).

Oct. 28 – Preparing for Funding. An in-depth look at what investors really want to see in a deal, including valuation, term sheet, and exit strategy.

Nov. 4 – Funding Quest™ Workshop. A one-day intensive about the process of raising angel funding, including tips on finding investors and how to close the deal. All this for only $495, which includes lunch, snacks, and course materials.