How to VC?

How to VC? Getsafe

On February 11th, Getsafe will host an external meetup organized by Heidelberg Startup Partners on "how to VC".

Getsafe's founder and CEO, Christian Wiens, and CFO Daniel Treiber, will talk about how to prepare VC negotiations, how to find the right VC investors, what investors are looking for, and so on and so forth. They are looking forward to a great fireside chat with hopefully lots of interesting questions from all of you!

You are all invited to join and to share this link with all people who are similarly enthusiastic about entrepreneurship:

Date: February 11th, 2020, 6 pm to 9 pm
Place: Heidelberg, Getsafe (c/o Design Offices), Langer Anger 7-9, 69115 Heidelberg

Getsafe is a mobile first insurance company for the digital age. Getsafe provides Germany‘s first digital assurance manager that enables a digital administration and optimization for all personal assurance policies via app.

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