Fundraising when the Market is Low with Ian Sigalow, Co-Founder & Partner, Greycroft
Online Zoom Conference
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We are excited to be launching our "FaceTime with VC/Tech Leaders" series of digital mentorship roundtables to continue our mission of providing mentorship opportunities for young professionals while keeping our members safe and healthy. The roundtable will be held through YJPs digital platform.
- Learn about the latest trends in your industry.
- Connect with the movers and shakers of today's market.
- Get the opportunity to ask one on one questions.
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This event is complimentary for:
Professional level members in the VC/Tech, private equity division.
Young Leadership members and above levels.
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Ian Sigalow is a Co-Founder of Greycroft and a Partner in the firm’s New York office.
Since launching the firm in 2006, Ian led Greycroft’s investments in Braintree (acquired by eBay), Buddy Media (acquired by Salesforce), DataPlusMath (acquired by LiveRamp), Plated (acquired by Albertsons), Shipt (acquired by Target), and Venmo (acquired by Braintree) among many others.
As a founder and Co-Chair of Osler’s Emerging and High Growth Companies Practice Group, he advises various emerging and growth companies operating in the information technology, biotechnology, cleantech and industrial technology sectors, the venture capital funds and investors that finance them and the strategic acquirors who buy them. Chad practises corporate and securities law with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and corporate/commercial matters in the technology sector. He advises clients in connection with a variety of transactions including acquisitions and divestitures, venture capital, growth equity and private equity financings, joint ventures, strategic alliances and initial public offerings.
Chad has a wide range of industry-related experience in the information technology sector. He was seconded to the legal department of the Canadian subsidiary of a major computer hardware supplier. Further, before becoming a lawyer, he worked as both a software and hardware designer and also founded his own software design and consulting company.
Chad leverages his industry-related experience and computer engineering education to provide tailored advice to technology sector companies in connection with their M&A opportunities, investors in connection with their technology sector investment opportunities and emerging technology companies in connection with their day-to-day activities.
Chad also plays a central role in Osler’s efforts in Rotman’s Creative Destruction Lab, NEXT Canada, Peerscale (formerly AceTech Ontario), C100, CIX and League of Innovators (formerly The Next Big Thing).