Jacobs School Events
May 21, 2012 12-1:30pm - Using Royalties To Finance Your Start-Up Company
Location: Qualcomm Conference Room, Jacobs Hall
Using Royalties To Finance
Your Start-Up Company
By Arthur Lipper
May 21st 12 —1:30 pm
Qualcomm Conference Center
UCSD- EBU1, Jacobs Hall
Many technology entrepreneurs are facing difficulties in raising capital to launch and grow their ventures. Mr. Arthur Lipper, the internationally renowned financier, author, lecturer and member of the UCSD Chancellor’s Community Advisory Board, has obtained a US Patent in 2010 on his approach for the use of royalties to finance early stage companies. The sale of a royalty or revenue participation, allows entrepreneurs to attract investment capital while retaining the equity in their business. The holders of royalties own an agreed percent of revenues for an agreed period of time, therefore having an opportunity to participate in the profitability of the company. They do not vote and have no influence on management. The seminar will be a discussion of the pros and cons of using royalties by early stage companies and project managers.
As well as having been a member of many stock and commodity futures exchanges,
Arthur Lipper was also the owner and Editor In-Chief of Venture – The magazine for entrepreneurs and business owners.
Seminar is free!
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