Wednesday, October 20, 2021
Thinking about raising money for your startup in the next 6-12 months? You need a Data Room!
A well-organized data room signals to investors that you are detail-oriented, serious, credible, and have thoroughly thought through how you plan to use the investment to grow your business.
It is the best way to enable investors to easily peruse all the company documents that they need to make an investment decision about your deal.
In this interactive seminar, we will walk you through the key components of a data room, practical tips on how to organize them, and share the same Data Room checklist that our investors use at the Startup TNT Investment Summit.
Thursday, October 21, 2021
Showbie, a mid-stage startup, has seen tremendous organizational growth in the last year. But what do you do when more decision-makers join the team and the demand for data exceeds capacity? Is growing your data team enough? Or is building a scalable data pipeline the answer?
Join us as we share our data journey from one analyst to a team of six, and how we modernized our data architecture to increase scalability.
Showbie is the hybrid learning platform empowering millions of educators to quickly and easily manage classroom workflow and deliver personalized feedback to students of all learning abilities on any device.
Friday, October 22, 2021
Over the past few years we have seen and heard a lot about the use of machine learning and data science. Now more than ever, organizations of all sizes from startups to large scale corporations are looking at ways they can benefit by applying these technologies to their data.
However, as your business or organization dives into these areas, you likely have questions. You might be wondering:
- Am I ready?
- How do I start?
- How do I measure success?
- Who do I need to add to my team?
As part of Startup Edmonton's "Startup Week" the data science team from Cybera will provide you with an introductory overview into data science. They will cover how you can apply it in your area of expertise, share resources that you can leverage, and discuss what you may need to start your own data science project. We’ll also share success stories from Alberta organizations currently using data science and provide "real world" examples of how this practice can be applied.