Lunch & Learn: Presenting Your Value PropositionEvent | May 17th, 2018
Join Echo Health Ventures and Keiretsu Forum for May’s Lunch & Learn at Cambia Grove, a series offering opportunities for entrepreneurs to network over lunch with subject matter experts while learning about high-value health care topics. This even will focus on how to effectively present your business’s value proposition.
Brianna McDonald, President of Keiretsu Forum – Northwest Region, will guide you through story creation, articulating your value prop clearly to investors and combatting confusion. Brianna will also advise on best practices and Dos and Don’ts to ultimately make a great pitch.
Keiretsu Forum is a global investment community of accredited private equity angel investors, venture capitalists and corporate/institutional investors. The Keiretsu Forum Northwest region formed in 2005 and is comprised of chapters from Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Vancouver, BC. The Northwest region has collectively funded over 300 companies and has invested over $192 million in diverse industries including life sciences, information technology and software.
Lunch is provided by Keiretsu Forum.
Lunch Opens: 11:30
Audience Q&A: 12:45
Event Ends: 1:15
Brianna has been an active leader and angel investor with Keiretsu Forum since its launch in Seattle in 2005 and supporting its growth to become the largest and most active group globally. She has proven specifically adept at screening companies for angel investment, coaching companies on presentation and investor relations, sales strategy execution, relationship management, and leading due diligence teams. Brianna has established a reputation for achievement in all phases of the Keiretsu process: risk management, market anticipation and response, regional/national business development, organizational development, angel investing, and overall enterprise management.
She brings an impressive record of leadership in both the private and public arenas. She has proven herself the consummate professional through her ability to build and develop diverse, productive and loyal teams through consensus building and mutual respect. She has shared this focus on team building with members and clients so that whatever their role is in Keiretsu they feel valued and important.
Brianna believes that business leaders should also be community leaders. As such she sits on a variety of public and nonprofit boards, is a dedicated charity fundraiser, and a mentor to business and entrepreneurial educational programs including the University of Washington and Seattle University.