We’re gearing up for the next #FemaleTechFounder Night at Federation House, Manchester on Tuesday 14 May and tickets are flying off the shelves – over 30% have gone already!
The results are certainly interesting and have sparked off some great discussion on Twitter: is knowing how to pitch more important than knowing how much equity to offer? Do weigh in by voting, or replying to the tweets!
It’s been fantastic to see your responses and so we’re continuing with our quest to find out what you’d like to hear more of at the event which kicks off with a Q&A panel discussion on what investors expect from a founder.
We’ve asked the speakers for this panel to get involved by sending over some poll questions, thank you Naomi Timperley (@naomitimperley), Chair of investment platform Capital Pilot, James Bedford (@jamesbedford140), Head of Investment Partnerships, Tech Nation and Jessica Jackson (@jessandthehive), Investment Director at GC Angels for these brilliant questions.
Please take a minute to vote in the quick polls (no registration required).
You can also vote by clicking on the tweets below to visit the polls.
The fourth poll explores the reasons behind a reticence to consider debt financing. Is this linked to the documented differences in the perception of risk by female entrepreneurs? Let us know by voting.
Up for speaking at this event?
We welcome nominations… feel free to recommend a speaker on Twitter by tweeting them and mentioning @TechFemale.
Give us feedback!
We welcome your thoughts and feedback about the event before it happens.
We’re shaping the format of the #FemaleTechFounder series of events based on feedback from the community. We’ve only had three events so far so your input is invaluable in making sure we’re nurturing a helpful and supportive community that people, founders or not, want to be a part of.