How to Have Series "A" Game: Workshop at District Hall


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Ever wanted to learn the secrets of early-stage fundraising? As part of District Hall's "How to" Workshop series, we have partnered with Henrique Dubugras, Co-Founder & CEO of BREX ($57.1M raised to date) to bring you an informative workshop where he discusses:

  • The Pre-Round: You're not raising money, rather, testing out the market and building relationships with VCs for advice and industry discussions.

  • Don't Speak Too Soon: You're not raising money, rather, testing out themarket and building relationships with VCs for advice and industry discussions.

  • Team Is Everything: Be sure to spend at least 50% of your pitch talking about the team.

  • Don't Wait: Don’t hesitate to pull the trigger on a raise; do it while you still have money in the bank.

  • The Story Matters: Just like your company, your story is constantly evolving. Know your story before starting your pitch.

Space is limited. Registration required. 
*By registering for this event, you agree to share the information provided to District Hall and BREX, the organizers of this event.


8:30-9:00AM Networking session with light breakfast.
9:00-9:40AM Workshop
9:40-10:00AM Q&A
10:00AM Event concludes

About the Speaker:

Henrique Dubugras is Co-Founder & CEO of Brex — the first of its kind credit card for startups. A Brazilian entrepreneur, Henrique built payments company — the Stripe of Brazil — when he was sixteen years old. In just three years, grew to $1.5 billion in volume of transactions processed. Prior to, Henrique built a number of online businesses in Brazil including an online education company and an online dating application. His first engineering role was at Ingresse, a Brazilian online events management company, at the age of 14.

Henrique has extensive background in payments, startups, and entrepreneurship. He has expertise in all things Fintech, particularly around credit card technology and regulation. Also as an immigrant founder Henrique has a unique perspective on the challenges founders born and raised outside of the U.S. face.