Webinar: Fundraising, Investor Pitching & Knowing Your Terms

Webinar: Fundraising, Investor Pitching & Knowing Your Terms
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Startup founders looking for investment and insider tips on terms, runways and pitches, join our next webinar with Accelerating Asia Co-Founder Craig Bristol Dixon to get a taste of our flagship program.

Having received investment from Wavemaker & 500 for his own startups and run multiple accelerators, Craig knows what he’s talking about when it comes to fundraising for pre-series A startups.

This webinar will cover:

  • Early stage capital raising
  • Craig’s startup terms traffic light system
  • How many $$ do you need and why?
  • What investors look for in a pitch & how long does it take to get investment

*This event is for any startup founder wanting to get their head around fundraising.

About Craig Bristol Dixon

Craig Dixon is the Co-Founder, Entrepreneur in Residence (EiR) and Program Director for Accelerating Asia, Singapore’s award-winning independent startup accelerator program and venture capital firm.  

Previously, Craig was the EiR and Program Manager for the muru-D Singapore startup accelerator. Craig arrived in Singapore in 2013 after his startup, Zumata received funding from Wavemaker Partners, the National Research Foundation and 500 Durians. He is also an Angel investor, speaker and blogger on startup topics. Craig has been involved in over 50 investment rounds in startups as either a founder, institutional investor or Angel investor. He has a passion for building a more efficient startup ecosystem in Southeast Asia, focusing on standardization of investment terms and fairness between startup founders and investors.  

Prior to beginning a career in startups, Craig lost his way for a time and spent 8 years as a banker and getting his MBA from the University of Maryland and HKUST.


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