Reading the fine print once the startup is identified
Photo: Bjarke MacCarthy
This is the fourth and final seminar of the seminar series ”Get set to involve yourself in the next big startup” - all CBS alumni are welcome. At the previous seminars we have looked at the ways you can involve yourself in a startup as a mentor or investor and how to invest in a startup.
For this seminar, you will learn about the legal aspects you should familiarise yourself with when getting involved in a startup – the fine print. You will meet CBS alumnus and Attorney at law, Eric Korre Horten for a presentation on:
a. commercial and legal rights and obligations
b. how to document the rights and obligations in a formal contract
Furthermore, we will recap on learning points from previous seminars and provide you with information about how to proceed as a mentor or investor at the Startup Accelerator programme at Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship (CSE).
- Registration and refreshments
- Welcome by CBS Alumni and CSE
- Presentation by Attorney at law and Partner at Mazanti-Andersen Korsø Jensen Law Firm, Eric Korre Horten
- Next step and a recap on the seminar series "Get set to involve yourself in the next big startup" by CSE
- Networking and light buffet
About the speaker
Eric Korre Horten is Attorney at law and Partner at Mazanti-Andersen Korsø Jensen Law Firm. Eric has advised angel investors and founders of startups. Eric holds a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration in Financial and Management Accounting from CBS and is currently a legal mentor at the Startup Accelerator programme at CSE for startups with potential for international scale.
All alumni are welcome. Please remember to register at CBS Alumni (free of charge) prior to the seminar.
CBS Alumni is a network for former students who have earned a degree from CBS (e.g. Bachelor, "HD Part II" etc.) as well as for exchange students who have completed at least one semester at CBS.
The seminar already took place.
The seminar will take place on 11 May 2016 at 16:30 at Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship’s offices at CBS, Porcelænshaven 26, 2nd floor, 2000 Frederiksberg.
We encourage you to arrive early as parking in the area can be a challenge.
The seminar series, which comprises four seminars in total, is organized by Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship (CSE) and CBS Alumni.
Should you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get set to involve yourself in the next big startup
The seminar series ”Get set to involve yourself in the next big startup” consists of four seminars in total that aim to help CBS alumni thinking about getting involved in one of the hundreds of startups working away each year in Denmark’s largest incubator, Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship.
The seminar series will offer CBS alumni an immersion into entrepreneurship helping them to familiarize themselves with investor and mentor experiences and best practices for investment and mentoring. Furthermore, you will have the opportunity to participate in a pitch-event.
Advantages from participating in the seminar series:
- Introduction to the entrepreneurial environment and how to get involved in a startup as an investor or mentor
- Access to pre-selected startups with high growth potential and the opportunity to work up close with new, innovative talent
- The opportunity to share your expertise with startups while gaining new experiences
- The opportunity to exchange ideas, collaborate and possibly co-invest with other alumni who share an interest in entrepreneurship
- Ongoing learning and updating of skills personally and professionally relevant to the investment and mentor process