“I know first-hand how risky and competitive the market is for startups,” Knauss said. “ARI empowers entrepreneurs with the tools, insight, and realistic expectations to get the capital they need to fund their ideas.”
ARI’s workshops are designed to get entrepreneurs and investors on the same page, both before and after a deal. These programs walk attendees through proven best practices in angel investing. Valuation of Early-Stage Companies is a critical course for the life of any early-stage deal. Knauss will review the fundamental approaches to properly valuing an early-stage company while comparing start-ups in North Carolina and the southeast to national data provided by ARI’s Halo Report. Funding High-Growth Ventures details components of the deal that are valuable to both investors and start-ups. The course includes a how-to guide and detailed explanations of building, growing and exiting businesses.
For more information on these programs or to schedule an interview with Troy Knauss, contact JJ Knight at 910.523.5503 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About ARI – The Angel Resource Institute, founded in 2006, is an innovative nonprofit that focuses on delivering top-notch education on proven best practices in angel investing to both entrepreneurs and investor, as well as providing the most robust data trends in angel investing through the quarterly ARI Halo Report. ARI’s commitment to producing premier education and research is rooted in its relationship with the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, which originally developed ARI. ARI is currently expanding its research initiatives to countries such as India, Canada, Australia, Scotland, and England, with global education workshops already delivered in Brazil, Colombia, Jordan, India, Turkey, Australia, Hong Kong, Poland, England, Mexico, Indonesia, Canada, New Zealand, and Singapore.