Emily attended the training session delivered by Seed Forum (www.seedforum.org) a global network of national not-for-profit foundations and national representatives in more than 40 countries. The global collaboration entity of the Seed Forum network is Seed Forum International Foundation working out of London. Seed Forum is currently running investor matchmaking forums in more than 30 countries worldwide. The Seed Forum process has the objective of providing competence within investor readiness and investor matchmaking opportunities for private investors, seed funds, venture funds, private equity funds, corporate venture investors, family offices and financial intermediaries in born global companies.
Emily gave a 7-minute pitch on OCSiAl as a prime space for innovation investors to get involved with a global nanotechnology firm selling Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes. She spent a day with the Seed Forum founder and a group of like-minded companies learning the professional approach to presenting a complicated investment opportunity succinctly and with passion.