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CEOs and CFOs seeking equity investors to expand their company should attend the "How to Write a Business Plan that North American Investors Will Fund" and the "Merchant Banking Investment Model" workshops being held in Bangkok, Thailand on September 11 and 12, 2006. Attending these workshops will improve the odds a hundredfold of your company receiving your needed equity investment financing. The Global Village Investment Club and Beowulf Investments, who are actively seeking Asian companies to fund, are offering the workshops.

How to Write a Business Plan that North American Investors Will Fund

Venture Capitalists reject ten thousand business plans for each one that they fund. To get your company funded your company must have an effective business plan. Your CFO must understand how to use your business plan to raise equity capital for your company. The "How to Write a Business Plan that North American Investors Will Fund" workshop gives every company a business plan template that works and the workshop explains in detail how to use it to raise the money that your company needs to grow.

Venture Capitalists aren’t the only source of risk capital. Merchant bankers invest in companies on a different risk/reward model. They have more capital than the venture capital funding alternative. Fewer CFOs realize that merchant banks are a better funding option. So merchant bankers review far fewer business plans than venture capitalists. Fewer business plan submissions and more risk capital to invest means that a merchant bank is a better alternative source of risk capital. Plus, merchant banks bring an array of skills that will help your company expand faster with less risk of failure. Your expanding company can be funded. The "Merchant Banking Investment Model" Workshop explains how to access this risk capital source. The moderator is a merchant banker seeking Asian companies to fund.

William Cate is the Executive Director of the Global Village Investment Club, which is the largest venture capital club in the world and the Managing Director of Beowulf Investments, a twenty-five year old merchant bank. He moderates these workshops. Mr. Cate has written extensively on financial topics and you can find 160 of his articles at [ Currently, these 160 articles appear on over 35,000 banking and financial websites.

Mr. Cate has set aside enough time in Bangkok to review the business plans of ten of the workshop participants. CEOs or CFOs workshop participants can save the expense of visiting the San Francisco Bay Area to meet with Mr. Cate and discuss their business plans. Should your company want to consult with Mr. Cate about your plans for corporate growth, you should register for the workshops early. This will give you the needed time to prepare a business plan that reflects the Beowulf Investments/Global Village Investment Club Business Plan Template.

Companies unable to attend the Bangkok workshops in September can request the workshop materials, which include the Business Plan Template by visiting [ .

For more information visit the Beowulf Investments’ Workshop webpage

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