Meghan McCormick Profile
Meghan McCormick is the Co-Founder & CEO of Oze and Dare to Innovate, social enterprises in West Africa. She started her career as a Community Economic Development Volunteer in the Peace Corps in Guinea. During her service, she co-founded Dare to Innovate and scaled it to be Francophone Africa’s most active small business accelerator. She has an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and is pursuing an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
I thought I knew how venture capital worked and then I started raising and realized that I had almost no idea. Is $2M a good seed valuation or a bad one? Should an early investor get a board seat? What really are the benefits and risks of doing a convertible note instead of a straight equity round? Each investor meeting I took left me with more and more questions. After an MBA and over a year actively raising capital for OZÉ, I don't know it all, but I've learned a lot.
Through this seminar, I hope that Ghanaian entrepreneurs will gain the knowledge and confidence to go out there and pitch their ideas to angels and venture capitalists.
Looking forward to it!
This event is sponsorsed by TalentsinAfrica and OZÉ
Supported by London College of International Business Studies Ghana