Calling all Pacific Northwest entrepreneurs to save the date. On March 7, Palo Alto Software’s Caroline Cummings (VP of Marketing, pitch master, and former co-founder of two technology companies) will present a free workshop “Ten Tips: How to Deliver an Investor Ready Pitch” at the Surf Incubator as part of the 2013 Seattle Angel Conference.
Who: Caroline Cummings, VP of Marketing, Palo Alto Software
What: “Ten Tips: How to Deliver an Investor-Ready Pitch” Free Workshop
When: Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 12:00pm (PST)
Where: Seattle Surf Incubator, 821 Second Ave., Suite 800, Seattle, WA 98104
Why: An informative event and 3 months of free LivePlan for attendees
How: Sign up for this free event here: http://sac-iii-10tips-pitching.eventbrite.com/
The Seattle Angel Conference, an investor-driven event bringing together startups and Angel Investors from across the Northwest, is hosting this informative webinar on March 7 from 12:00pm to 1:30pm (PST) at the prestigious Seattle Surf Incubator (recently lauded by the Economist as an incubator, “abuzz with clever ideas.”).
The “10 Tips: How to Deliver an Investor-Ready Pitch” workshop will center on ten actionable tips entrepreneurs can employ to create and deliver a powerful investor pitch and increase their chances of getting funded. Attendees will also be given 3 months of free access to LivePlan (www.liveplan.com) the world leading business planning, pitch creation, and financial management software to use in developing their own business plan and associated pitch. LivePlan’s “Pitch” feature allows users to quickly and easily build a single page info-graphic to professionally represent a business to lenders, investors, business partners, and advisers. Caroline will demo the tool briefly as part of her workshop.
Those who would like to attend may register for free here.
Caroline Cummings will also present as a featured speaker at the upcoming Seattle Angel Conference annual event on May 16, 2013 at Hub Seattle.
About Caroline Cummings
Caroline Cummings is VP of Marketing at Palo Alto Software, the world leader in business plan, pitch, and financial management software (flagship products include LivePlan and Business Plan Pro). Caroline’s equal passions for both entrepreneurship and philanthropy have guided her throughout her career as a business leader, marketer, and dedicated mentor and child advocate. As the former co-founder and CEO of two technology companies, she’s experienced both start-up failures and successes, and has raised close to $1 million in investment capital. Her first venture, OsoEco.com (healthy social shopping), dissolved in 2009. Her second venture, RealLead (mobile marketing for real estate) sold in early 2012. She has co-founded several successful entrepreneurial programs for the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce, including Smart-ups Pub Talks and the Southern Willamette Angel Network. Caroline is regularly invited to participate as a judge for several business plan competitions, as well as speak on topics including entrepreneurship, angel investing, social media, and authentic self promotion. Caroline currently mentors several young women and is also the immediate past president of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lane County’s board of directors. She is a graduate of Drexel University’s LeBow School of Business.
About Palo Alto Software, Inc.
Palo Alto Software, Inc., makers of the #1 selling business planning software in the world, develops and publishes tools, products, and content to help small and midsized businesses plan, pitch and manage their venture. LivePlan, the company’s flagship product, is a SaaS (software as a service) solution for business planning and management. Palo Alto Software has been the market leader in its category for over fifteen years, has served well over 1 million entrepreneurs, and has customers in 180 countries. Founded in 1988 by business planning expert Tim Berry, the company is a privately-owned corporation based in Eugene, Oregon. For more information about Palo Alto Software, visit http://www.paloalto.com