Is your startup ready to attract investment?
Although venture funding is more difficult to attain now, it’s not hopeless. Just last week, for instance, CapitalSouth Partners of Charlotte, N.C., and partner firm Florida Mezzanine Fund of Orlando announced plans to invest at least $77 million in high-growth Florida businesses, the Orlando Sentinel reported. Their first deal as part of the state expansion is with Great Healthworks of Coral Springs, though terms were not disclosed.
Florida International University’s Pino Global Entrepreneurship Center is offering a webinar called Shameless Self Promotion: Pitching your Business. Alex Acosta, an analyst with the Miami-based private equity firm Trivest, will lead the webinar. Trivest invests in Florida, nationally and in Canada.
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Read: “Learn to attract venture funds,“ an article from the MiamiHerald.com.