“Ingria” invites Startups to investment school Future Science in September, 1

“Ingria” invites Startups to investment school Future Science in September, 1How to prepare its own project to successful speech on investment session VC Day Ingria Future Science? What strategy of communication with investors should a Startup choose? How to connect business and science, protect own developments, and enter the international market? An educational program of business incubator “Ingria” offers answers on this and other questions in September, 1.

The main task of webinars series is to prepare Startups to investment session for science-driven projects, VC Day Ingria Future Science, which will be conducted within the limits of Saint-Petersburg International innovation Forum in October 4, 2013. Pre-selection of the projects by directions Hightech (new materials, energetic and energy saving, robotic engineering, electronic, quantum technologies) and Lifescience (biotechnologies, pharmacy, medical equipment, mobile applications for medicine) in August, 30 will conduct experts of the business incubator “Ingria” with support and expertise of Leorsa Innovations – a partner of VC Day Ingria Future Science.

The finalists of the investment session will speak against representatives of leading venture Funds and portfolio companies. These presentations will become a real opportunity to finds financing for their projects, this is why Startups should demonstrate not only innovation idea, but also the objective business-model, forecast of a product development and its payback. During eight days the experts and partners of the business incubator “Ingria” will conduct webinars on such actual topics as “Expectations of investors and Startups. Win-Win strategy” (Sergey Toporov (Leta Capital)); “Disruption between “Technology” and “Business”. Problems and variants of overcoming” (Nikolay Savin (GrowthUp)); “Procedure of projects selection for venture financing” (Vyacheslav Dernovsky (Leorsa Innovations); “Missions of global companies as a key for technology Startups” (Konstantin Semishchenko (Unilever)); “Intellectual property protection” (Mikhail Kruchinin (Ingria)).