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Traction Webinar Series brought to you by Launch Academy, Boast.AI & Espresso

If you’re the founder or CEO of a fast-growing company, then raising capital is probably one of the things that keep you up at night. And in today’s environment, raising a big round of equity is often seen as a key milestone on the road to success.

But raising VC isn’t the only way to finance growth. Technology companies are increasingly looking to venture debt as an effective alternative growth financing option. In fact, when used in conjunction with equity, venture debt has a number of big advantages. Key among them is the fact that venture debt will enable you to grow your business with less dilution.

Join us on Thursday, Nov 15 at 11 am PT/ 2 pm ET for an exclusive webinar on everything you need to know about venture debt by our friends at Espresso Capital. Specifically, we will cover:

- What is venture debt and how it works
- When venture debt does (and doesn’t) make sense
- What to look for in a venture debt partner
- How to determine the right mix between venture equity and venture debt
- How a number of successful companies have used venture debt to successfully scale their business

Presented by Mona Sabet, Managing Director, Tribal Advisors

With two decades of experience in the Silicon Valley tech sector both as a corporate executive and an entrepreneur, Mona brings her expertise in corporate development, acquisitions, integrations, and technology deals (with a specialty in IP licensing deals) to every team she works with. She has negotiated hundreds of technology deals and nearly 50 acquisitions.

Mona holds an engineering degree from the University of Toronto, a J.D. from the University of Western Ontario, and management certificates from Simon Fraser University and UC, Berkeley.

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