A “down round” refers to a private company offering additional shares for sale at a lower price than those sold in a previous round or rounds. It’s not anyone’s first choice, but sometimes a reality when valuation dips and cash is needed to keep the company alive. Learn what to expect if your company finds itself in a ‘down round’ position in these uncertain times.
Moderated by: Erin Ogden, Ogden Glazer + Schaefer
Panelists: Andrea Dlugos, Wisconsin Investment Partners; Paul Jones, Michael Best; and John Neis, Venture Investors