CXO Advisory Group teaches Entrepreneurs
in Saint John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
"How to Raise Funding from U.S. Sources"
- Event to be held at Nati Office, 84 Elizabeth Ave.
on September 14, 2006 -
Franklin, MA –September 9, 2006 –
On September 14th, 2006, Stephen Davis,
Managing Director of the CXO Advisory Group, a
Massachusetts based company that helps foreign based
entrepreneurs establish markets in the U.S.A. and
positions them for U.S. based investment
opportunities will hold a workshop on "How to Raise
Funding from U.S. Sources.”
Many international companies want access to the U.S.
market but are unfamiliar with the dynamics of the
U.S. marketplace and the fund raising process. This
1-day workshop will provide these international
entrepreneurs with real-world fund raising insights,
strategies that can be applied to their U.S.
business plans, what documents are really needed to
raise funding, and how to build their venture
Stephen N. Davis, Principal and Founder of The CXO
provides interim COO and VP Sales and Marketing
services focused on improving the performance and
profitability of start-up, emerging and established
companies in a wide range of industries. Steve has
worked with companies in North America, Europe and
Asia to assist them in establishing US market
operations, strategic alliances, joint ventures,
business development and sales management.
Steve Davis has more than 30 years experience as a
senior executive, including COO and CMO with P&L
responsibility in the computer, software, consumer
electronics and Internet industries. Steve has
successfully built, managed, and restructured
numerous sales and marketing organizations. He has
successfully developed new markets and has
introduced over 300 new products into various
industries. Steve has assisted clients with due
diligence and preparation for venture financing.
Steve is an industry pioneer who’s visionary
marketing and sales strategies were instrumental in
two of the PC industry milestone products. Among his
many successes he was responsible for introducing
ATARI’s home computer and Corvus OMNINET, the PC
industry’s first true local area network.
Nati, the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of
Technology Industries, is the advanced technology
industry association for the Province of
Newfoundland and Labrador. Nati leverages its
expertise, business development programs, and
extensive networks to accelerate industry growth and
Department of Innovation, Trade and Rural
The Department of Innovation, Trade and Rural
Development fosters and promotes economic
development by encouraging investment, promoting
strategic opportunities, and maximizing business and
employment growth in all regions of the province of
Newfoundland and Labrador.
Department of Foreign Affairs and International
The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service of Foreign
Affairs and International Trade Canada promotes the
economic interests of Canada in the global market
place. We help new and experienced Canadian
companies that have researched and selected their
target markets in the areas of international trade,
investment, and science and technology partnerships.