Capital Raising Seminar

Learn how to make your business attractive to investors.

ISBI Institute @ Strathmore in Partnership with I&M Burbidge Capital will be holding a 2-day Capital Raising Seminar on 31st Oct – 01st Nov at Strathmore University Business School.

The Seminar will present a carefully curated program that will address crucial topics that all business owners should be versed in before approaching investors to raise capital or sell a stake in their business.

The Seminar will include sessions on:

  1. Capital Raising Process

  2. Succession Planning and Governance

  3. Business Structure and Tax

  4. Negotiation

  5. Financing for family business including dedicated sessions on Mezzanine Capital and Private Equity.

All topics will be presented by a mix of leading industry practitioners from I&M Burbidge Capital and ISBI Institute as well as academic experts with the authority on knowledge and understanding of their fields.

The Seminar targets companies with a successful & sustainable business model who are looking for an investor in order to scale up rapidly. It also suits the needs of those business owners who are looking to unlock the value of their businesses through a partial or full sale of equity stake.

Click here to register for the Capital Raising Seminar

For more information contact:

Janet Odawa

Email: | Office Tel: +254 (0) 703 034 887

Cell: +254 (0) 707 384 799

Capital Raising Seminar

Capital Raising Seminar


Oct 31 - 8:00 - Nov 1, 2019 - 19:30
Organizer ISBI Institute
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Location Strathmore University Business School
Strathmore University, Madaraka Estate, Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya
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