The Technology and National Security Nexus: A Legal and Practical Roadmap for Early-Stage Companies
Holland & Knight, In-Q-Tel Inc.
Are you thinking about fundraising or debt financing? Are you looking to hire a star engineer who is a foreign national, source components or create manufacturing capacity overseas, or raise capital from a foreign investor? Are you searching for a federal government sales channel? Are you eligible for small business awards or grants? How do you break into this space?
Please join us for a webinar titled "The Technology and National Security Nexus: A Legal and Practical Roadmap for Early-Stage Companies to Navigate Financings, Foreign Investment and Federal Government Contracting."
Our presentation will bring together leaders from In-Q-Tel Inc. – a leading strategic investor focused on visionary startups and enhancing national security – and a cross-section of partners from Holland & Knight's Corporate Services Team, International Trade Group and Government Contracts Group for a discussion on how early-stage companies can best-position themselves for success in the federal market.
- How to think strategically about federal government contracting opportunities
- Capital structure considerations for early-stage companies with views to serve the intelligence and defense communities and other federal customers
- Foreign investment considerations for early-stage companies
- What is foreign ownership, control or influence (FOCI) and why should I care?
- Tips for addressing export controls – why they matter for all companies, regardless of size and scope
- How to sell to the federal government without a contract vehicle
We hope you can join us for this highly informative presentation.
Bruce Adams | General Counsel, In-Q-Tel Inc.
David Cole | Partner, Holland & Knight
Erin Estevez | Partner, Holland & Knight
Robert Friedman | Partner, Holland & Knight
George Hoyem | Executive Vice President for Investments, In-Q-Tel Inc.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE)
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