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First-time entrepreneur, Ben McKean's fundraising tips

Savored CEO and founder on navigating the VC landscape

Innovation series by Kristin Karaoglu
March 31, 2012 | Comments
Short URL: http://vator.tv/n/2362


Ben McKean, CEO and founder of Savored, shared his lessons about raising venture financing at Venture Shift, hosted by Vator and Bullpen. He shares four key aspects to fundraising: Momentum, Market Size, Management team, Money. Watch McKean's presentation.

(Editor's note: Vator and Bullpen will be holding its next Venture Shift event on July 26, 2012 in San Francisco.)

 


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