The Entrepreneurship Society event offering tips on metrics and fundraising for scaling companies

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On July 26, The Entrepreneurship Society will host an evening event dedicated to helping Toronto-based entrepreneurs understand how to take their companies to the next level.

Taking place at Toronto’s Twitter office, the event, Scaling, Milestones, & Getting to the Next Level, will focus on helping attendees better understand what metrics are used to evaluate companies in different verticals, and identify strategies that can be applied to hit company milestones. 

The event will touch on topics like raising post-seed, Series A, and Series B rounds; hitting customer acquisition metrics, becoming cash flow positive and exiting businesses; and important milestones that contribute to a company’s growth and scalability.

“The next level for a tech founder ranges from founder to founder. This can range from raising a series A, to increasing users, to becoming cash flow positive to selling the company,” said Bill Hennessey, co-founder of The Entrepreneurship Society. “But all tech founders have one thing in common: they are trying to scale to the next level. The Entrepreneurship Society is hosting this interactive event as part of their learning event series to share strategies with tech founders on how to scale their start-ups.”

Confirmed investors and entrepreneurs — who will participate in the panel and roundtable discussions — include Kuljeev Singh from iGan Partners; Limelight founder Jonah Midanik; Jiffy on Demand co-founder Paul Arlin; and Jamie Rosenblatt from Golden Ventures.

The Entrepreneurship Society is dedicated to helping startup founders bridge the gap between seed and post-seed and series A financing. The organization hosts events featuring notable founders like Wattpad’s Allen Lau, and provides opportunities for mentorship.

BetaKit readers can get 25 percent off tickets using the code ‘BetaKit’ here.

Related: The Entrepreneurship Society wants to help founders transition from early-stage to growth stage


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