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Fundraising Stories from My Last Round
As a founder, it’s easy to get lost while trekking through the fundraising process. The dynamics of speaking to someone who has the capital you need, while discussing terms you’ve never heard of, can all be quite daunting.

On Tuesday, October 26th Alexander McIsaac, Partner of Global Founders Capital and Adam Reeds, CEO at digital asset platform Ledn ($30M Series A) join us as we explore the top themes in VC that are driving startup funding and best fundraising practices.

Specifically, we will discuss:

- Top themes driving the funding landscape
- How should founders think about fundraising in 2022
- What types of investors a founder should look to work with
- How to craft your company narrative and approach investors
- Fundraising process including timelines, identifying the right investors, managing outreach and communications, pitch deck, creating FOMO, negotiating term sheets, and due diligence
- What pitfalls to avoid in the fundraising process

Oct 26, 2021 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Alexander McIsaac
Partner @Global Founders Capital
Alex is a Partner at Global Founders Capital, Alex is responsible for building the Canadian investment practice. GFC is a seed and lifecycle investor with over $3Bn capital worldwide and 250+ portfolio companies. Previously, Alex was a Principal with the Seed Fund and Women in Tech Fund at BDC Venture Capital and worked as a founding employee at NRStor Inc. where he supported business growth including raising over $170m over 6 years and a sale to Blackstone. Prior to that, he worked in the venture at Northwater Capital.
Adam Reeds
Co-Founder & CEO @Ledn
Adam is the Co-Founder & CEO of Ledn, a global company based in Canada focused on building financial products that help people save in bitcoin. Prior to co-founding Ledn, Adam spent ten years at Dream Asset Management developing, building and financing a $1.5 billion portfolio of renewable power projects.