When: Wed November 07, 2012 6:30 pm
Location: Intelligent.ly Campus 500 Harrison Ave Boston, MA 02118
Back to Basics: Financial Fundamentals
When it comes to startups, SVB's Dan Allred has seen the good, the bad, and the ugly. Here's the deal - it's all about the numbers. Many entrepreneurs bite of more than they can chew with sophisticated business models. Others drown in vanity metrics.
In this class, Dan will take you back to basics, covering the fundmental metrics and financial accounting principles that will make or break your startup.
Tell us what YOU want to Learn
We're turning to the power of the crowd to source the topics for this class. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know what YOU want Dan to teach.
For early-stage folks, topics might include the metrics that LEAN startup pioneer Steve Blank thinks every entrepreneur should know. Or things could get REALLY crazy, with Dan covering Income Statements, Balance Sheets and Cash Flow statements (we'll try to keep him under control). IT'S UP TO YOU!
We bet your brain will be ready for a breather by the end of this one. Join us for cocktails after to cut loose and connect.
About the Instructor
Dan Allred is a Senior Relationship Manager with Silicon Valley Bank. He moved to Boston in 2007 to start SVB’s Accelerator group which has now grown into a team of seven bankers who are advising, banking and lending to over 400 local high growth technology start-ups. Dan also currently serves on the Board of Directors of the SVB Foundation, which makes grants to various organizations in the communitiy. He is also a Board member and Treasurer for The Capital Network, a resource for New England entrepreneurs seeking early-stage financing, and serves on the Young Leadership Committee for the Museum of Science in Boston, MA and the steering committee for Start-up Massachusetts.