Nathalie Beauregard is a partner at Osler in the Corporate Practice Group and a founding member of Anges Québec. Her practice focuses on financings, mergers and aquisitions transactions of technology companies and intellectual property as applied to businesses. Beauregard represents numerous companies in the area of life sciences, information technology, green technologies and artificial intelligence, negotiating national and international strategic alliances, joint ventures, licensing and collaboration agreements and government contracts.
Venture Capital - SOLD OUT
Concordia's John Molson School of Business Alumni Chapter, in partnership with the Young Canadians in Finance, invites you to an engaging panel discussion on venture capital investment.
Join us to hear from our panellists as they speak about the success criteria of a venture capital investment.
Four panellists, active in the Montreal venture capital community, will speak about the success criteria of a venture capital investment.
Thursday, April 19, 2018
- 5:30 – 8 p.m (doors open at 5 p.m.)
- John Molson School of Business, 9th floor, 1450 Guy St., Montreal
Event will be moderated by Nicolas Renaud, principal at BDG & Partners.
- A networking reception will follow
This event is sold out.
At White Star Capital, Christophe Bourque works with and invests in technology, media and telecom companies. In his previous role as a principal at Tandem Expansion Fund, a $300-million late stage venture capital fund, Bourque identified, executed and managed investments in numerous software, digital media and digital consumer companies. He also has a track record of helping entrepreneurs build shareholder value. In 2015, Bourque was named to the “30 under 30” list in Quebec.
Aditya Pendyala the cofounder of Mnubo, a provider of IoT (Internet of Things) analytics and AI solutions to connected product manufacturers. The company recently raised $16 million in Series A funding — the first significant round of venture capital financing. Pendyala is an MBA graduate from Concordia's John Molson School of Business and has an undergraduate degree in electrical engineering from McGill University.
Jean-David St-Martin is co-founder and co-chief executive officer of Chronogolf, a Montreal-based startup that provides cloud-based solutions to golf courses. He also sits on the board of Anges Québec, a network of 200 private capital investors who invest in and coach startups with great potential. He holds a master’s degree in finance and accounting from the London School of Economics and an undergraduate degree in international management from the University of Ottawa.
Nicolas Renaud is a principal at BDG, which provides capital and expertise to support growth of SMEs, mainly in Quebec and Eastern Canada. Renaud was previously vice-president of Canaccord Genuity, as well and manager at Novacap. He is also a part-time teacher in JMSB's MBA program, teaching Private Equity and Venture Capital Investing.