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Global Industry Spotlight - James VanOsdol

7 views May 20, 2022 12:25 am

A raising funds workshop for businesses that embark on the path of raising money.

Bio: Leslee has successfully partnered with entrepreneurs, startups and growth stage companies for 30 years in connection with their early fundraising rounds, whether "friends and family investments," angel, seed or venture capital rounds. Her firm, All Rise, has a singular and insanely dedicated commitment to its clients' success. She not only knows the law backwards and forwards, but also has the long time experience necessary to know market terms and which details matter most. As an added benefit, Leslee offers an extraordinary network of other talented people which she actively opens to all of her clients.

Businesses that embark on the path of raising money from investors encounter lawyers who tell them they will need to spend up to $50,000 on a "private placement memorandum" or simply a two page convertible note. Leslee will provide a layperson's explanation of the securities laws that apply when a business is considering a raise, so that the founders will be educated in deciding the right level of legal protection necessary in their own particular circumstances. The presentation will include the definition of what constitutes a "security," the disclosure obligations the company has to its potential investors and the filings that need to be made with the Securities and Exchange Commission and individual states.

Benefits of Attendance:

- Go into meetings with your legal team armed with a basic education in the laws governing the fund raising process.

- Learn how to explain to your investors why you are asking them to make certain representations and sign subscription documents before you can accept their investments.

- Understand the risks Learn how to protect related to raising your company from funds from different potential investor kinds of investors.

A raising funds workshop for businesses that embark on the path of raising money.

Bio: Leslee has successfully partnered with entrepreneurs, startups and growth stage companies for 30 years in connection with their early fundraising rounds, whether "friends and family investments," angel, seed or venture capital rounds. Her firm, All Rise, has a singular and insanely dedicated commitment to its clients' success. She not only knows the law backwards and forwards, but also has the long time experience necessary to know market terms and which details matter most. As an added benefit, Leslee offers an extraordinary network of other talented people which she actively opens to all of her clients.

Businesses that embark on the path of raising money from investors encounter lawyers who tell them they will need to spend up to $50,000 on a "private placement memorandum" or simply a two page convertible note. Leslee will provide a layperson's explanation of the securities laws that apply when a business is considering a raise, so that the founders will be educated in deciding the right level of legal protection necessary in their own particular circumstances. The presentation will include the definition of what constitutes a "security," the disclosure obligations the company has to its potential investors and the filings that need to be made with the Securities and Exchange Commission and individual states.

Benefits of Attendance:

- Go into meetings with your legal team armed with a basic education in the laws governing the fund raising process.

- Learn how to explain to your investors why you are asking them to make certain representations and sign subscription documents before you can accept their investments.

- Understand the risks Learn how to protect related to raising your company from funds from different potential investor kinds of investors.

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Raising Funds Workshop with Leslee Cohen

6 views May 19, 2022 4:02 am

Global Industry Spotlight is a conversational series focused on providing resources and insight for the creative entrepreneur.

Bio: Sophia has cinema in her blood. She was born and raised in Hong Kong and her parents were part of Hong Kong’s bustling film industry in the 1950’s-1970’s. Her father Wong Tsao-she, or Wang Zhao-xi, was an award-winning editor with the Motion Picture and General Investment Co. Ltd, which later became Cathay Organization (HK) Ltd. Sophia’s mother Yu Wan-fei , was an actress with Sil-Metropole Organization Ltd. Growing up in a “film family,” Sophia became both interested in, and an advocate for, Asian film.

But it was in the early 1990’s where that love of film launched her own career in the industry. While working in Beijing, Sophia launched a Sophia’s Choice movie series, bringing Chinese films and cultural exchange with the film’s actors and directors to Beijing’s expatriate and diplomatic community.

During a two-year stay in Sydney in the late 1990’s Sophia curated two independent retrospective Chinese and Hong Kong film festivals on behalf of the Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office and the People’s Republic of China Consulate in the city. In 1999, Sophia also became the Hong Kong Consultant for Italy’s Udine Far East Film Festival (FEFF). She continues to support the festival as the official Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese translator for the festival’s VIP guests.

In 2000, Sophia relocated to Chicago with her husband, Michael, and they have made Chicago their permanent home. Inspired by Chicago’s diverse and vibrant culture, Sophia applied her business acumen to supporting Chicago’s arts community. She was Managing Director of the Chicago International Film Festival (2000-2007), Executive Director of Fulcrum Point New Music Project (2007-2013), and Managing Director of Redmoon Theater (2013-2014).

She launched Sophia’s Choice as a non-profit vehicle for the biannual Chicago film festival, Asian Pop-Up Cinema, in 2015.

As well as her years of expertise curating and promoting Asian film, Sophia has extensive business experience. Before she made cinema her number one passion, she spent a decade working for Swiss multinational Marc Rich & Co. as Managing Director of its Hong Kong and Beijing offices. She also worked as the Beijing-based Country Director of a U.S. agribusiness trade association.

Global Industry Spotlight is a conversational series focused on providing resources and insight for the creative entrepreneur.

Bio: Sophia has cinema in her blood. She was born and raised in Hong Kong and her parents were part of Hong Kong’s bustling film industry in the 1950’s-1970’s. Her father Wong Tsao-she, or Wang Zhao-xi, was an award-winning editor with the Motion Picture and General Investment Co. Ltd, which later became Cathay Organization (HK) Ltd. Sophia’s mother Yu Wan-fei , was an actress with Sil-Metropole Organization Ltd. Growing up in a “film family,” Sophia became both interested in, and an advocate for, Asian film.

But it was in the early 1990’s where that love of film launched her own career in the industry. While working in Beijing, Sophia launched a Sophia’s Choice movie series, bringing Chinese films and cultural exchange with the film’s actors and directors to Beijing’s expatriate and diplomatic community.

During a two-year stay in Sydney in the late 1990’s Sophia curated two independent retrospective Chinese and Hong Kong film festivals on behalf of the Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office and the People’s Republic of China Consulate in the city. In 1999, Sophia also became the Hong Kong Consultant for Italy’s Udine Far East Film Festival (FEFF). She continues to support the festival as the official Cantonese and Mandarin Chinese translator for the festival’s VIP guests.

In 2000, Sophia relocated to Chicago with her husband, Michael, and they have made Chicago their permanent home. Inspired by Chicago’s diverse and vibrant culture, Sophia applied her business acumen to supporting Chicago’s arts community. She was Managing Director of the Chicago International Film Festival (2000-2007), Executive Director of Fulcrum Point New Music Project (2007-2013), and Managing Director of Redmoon Theater (2013-2014).

She launched Sophia’s Choice as a non-profit vehicle for the biannual Chicago film festival, Asian Pop-Up Cinema, in 2015.

As well as her years of expertise curating and promoting Asian film, Sophia has extensive business experience. Before she made cinema her number one passion, she spent a decade working for Swiss multinational Marc Rich & Co. as Managing Director of its Hong Kong and Beijing offices. She also worked as the Beijing-based Country Director of a U.S. agribusiness trade association.

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Global Industry Spotlight - Sophia Wong Boccio

55 views April 8, 2022 12:33 am

Global Industry Spotlight is a conversational series focused on providing resources and insight for the creative entrepreneur.

Bio: Pablo J. Boczkowski is Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Northwestern University. He is Founder and Director of the Center for Latinx Digital Media, and Faculty Director of the Master of Science in Leadership for Creative Enterprises program, both at Northwestern, and Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Media and Society in Argentina, a joint initiative between Northwestern and Universidad de San Andrés, in Buenos Aires. In 2020 he was named Fellow of the International Communication Association.

His research program examines the dynamics of digital culture from a comparative perspective. He is the author of six books, four edited volumes, and over fifty journal articles. Three of his books are being published in 2021: Abundance: On the Experience of Living in a World of Information Plenty (Oxford University Press), The Digital Environment: How We Live, Learn, Work, and Play Now (with Eugenia Mitchelstein, MIT Press) and The Journalism Manifesto (with Barbie Zelizer and Chris Anderson, Polity).

His current book projects include Social Media Studies: Comparative Perspectives (with Mora Matassi, under contract with MIT Press) and The Patina of Distrust: Misinformation in a Context of Generalized Skepticism (with Eugenia Mitchelstein, Facundo Suenzo, and María Celeste Wagner, in progress).. He writes regularly for Infobae América, and is an unfailing —and often heartbroken—supporter of San Lorenzo de Almagro.

Global Industry Spotlight is a conversational series focused on providing resources and insight for the creative entrepreneur.

Bio: Pablo J. Boczkowski is Hamad Bin Khalifa Al-Thani Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Northwestern University. He is Founder and Director of the Center for Latinx Digital Media, and Faculty Director of the Master of Science in Leadership for Creative Enterprises program, both at Northwestern, and Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Center for the Study of Media and Society in Argentina, a joint initiative between Northwestern and Universidad de San Andrés, in Buenos Aires. In 2020 he was named Fellow of the International Communication Association.

His research program examines the dynamics of digital culture from a comparative perspective. He is the author of six books, four edited volumes, and over fifty journal articles. Three of his books are being published in 2021: Abundance: On the Experience of Living in a World of Information Plenty (Oxford University Press), The Digital Environment: How We Live, Learn, Work, and Play Now (with Eugenia Mitchelstein, MIT Press) and The Journalism Manifesto (with Barbie Zelizer and Chris Anderson, Polity).

His current book projects include Social Media Studies: Comparative Perspectives (with Mora Matassi, under contract with MIT Press) and The Patina of Distrust: Misinformation in a Context of Generalized Skepticism (with Eugenia Mitchelstein, Facundo Suenzo, and María Celeste Wagner, in progress).. He writes regularly for Infobae América, and is an unfailing —and often heartbroken—supporter of San Lorenzo de Almagro.

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Global Industry Spotlight - Pablo J. Boczkowski

10 views February 3, 2022 11:27 pm

Global Industry Spotlight is a conversational series focused on providing resources and insight for the creative entrepreneur.

Bio: Rob was fortunate enough to discover his passion for music at an early age. He gravitated towards the power and emotions that music can bring about when listening. This passion lead him into the world of music licensing as the third employee of a music licensing start up where he developed his “get it done” working style. Among multiple hats worn at an early start-up, his main objective was focusing on building an artist community that appeals to some of the world’s largest brands and networks. During the 8+ years at that licensing agency, Rob continuously used the power of independent artists to amplify global and national campaigns for Coca-Cola, Hasbro, Fanta, Airbnb, Dasani & more. This not only proved his ability to connect the dots between artists and brands but it strengthened the love for what music can do emotionally to consumers.

Seeing first-hand the power brands have on millions of people with one song and campaign helped lead to the creation of Songfinch in 2016. Rob helps independent artists get paid doing what they love while giving the average person the ability to experience the emotions music gives on a more intimate, one-on-one level. Rob continues to dedicate his life to building connections through music while always having musician’s best interests in mind.

Global Industry Spotlight is a conversational series focused on providing resources and insight for the creative entrepreneur.

Bio: Rob was fortunate enough to discover his passion for music at an early age. He gravitated towards the power and emotions that music can bring about when listening. This passion lead him into the world of music licensing as the third employee of a music licensing start up where he developed his “get it done” working style. Among multiple hats worn at an early start-up, his main objective was focusing on building an artist community that appeals to some of the world’s largest brands and networks. During the 8+ years at that licensing agency, Rob continuously used the power of independent artists to amplify global and national campaigns for Coca-Cola, Hasbro, Fanta, Airbnb, Dasani & more. This not only proved his ability to connect the dots between artists and brands but it strengthened the love for what music can do emotionally to consumers.

Seeing first-hand the power brands have on millions of people with one song and campaign helped lead to the creation of Songfinch in 2016. Rob helps independent artists get paid doing what they love while giving the average person the ability to experience the emotions music gives on a more intimate, one-on-one level. Rob continues to dedicate his life to building connections through music while always having musician’s best interests in mind.

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Global Industry Spotlight - Rob Lindquist

10 views January 21, 2022 1:25 am

Global Industry Spotlight is a conversational series focused on providing resources and insight for the creative entrepreneur.

Company Overview 
Streo is a platform for artists to live stream and archive their performances for a global audience to watch unlimited events on-demand for a monthly subscription. We pay royalties to performers and composers, thereby offering artists opportunities to make more money. 

Streo live streamed 5,200 events from 600 Nightclubs featuring 1,400 artists to 250K beta users. We’ve secured music licenses from 100+ record labels. We released the subscription product for fans in Sep 2021. Streo is an alumni of gBETA MusicTech, Batchery and Gener8tor.

Management 
Arush Dhawan is the cofounder and CEO of Streo. Arush graduated from University of Colorado, Boulder majoring in Electrical Engineering. He is a third time founder. His first company Chhote Nawab, a restaurant, won the prestigious Telegraph Food Guide Awards and was acquired by another restaurateur. 

Prerana Dhawan is the cofounder and CMO of Streo. Prerana has over nine years of experience at multinational media company Group M where she led consumer engagement campaigns for Pepsi. She won two PepsiCo Star Awards for leading a campaign that was declared as one of the top two consumer activation programs in the Cricket World Cup 2011. 

As music lovers, Arush and Prerana co-founded Streo to scratch their own itch of wanting access to live music from around the world. In addition to passion, they have deep industry knowledge and network, entrepreneurial and marketing experience, 1 exit, proven traction and $100K of their own investment in Streo.

Global Industry Spotlight is a conversational series focused on providing resources and insight for the creative entrepreneur.

Company Overview
Streo is a platform for artists to live stream and archive their performances for a global audience to watch unlimited events on-demand for a monthly subscription. We pay royalties to performers and composers, thereby offering artists opportunities to make more money.

Streo live streamed 5,200 events from 600 Nightclubs featuring 1,400 artists to 250K beta users. We’ve secured music licenses from 100+ record labels. We released the subscription product for fans in Sep 2021. Streo is an alumni of gBETA MusicTech, Batchery and Gener8tor.

Management
Arush Dhawan is the cofounder and CEO of Streo. Arush graduated from University of Colorado, Boulder majoring in Electrical Engineering. He is a third time founder. His first company Chhote Nawab, a restaurant, won the prestigious Telegraph Food Guide Awards and was acquired by another restaurateur.

Prerana Dhawan is the cofounder and CMO of Streo. Prerana has over nine years of experience at multinational media company Group M where she led consumer engagement campaigns for Pepsi. She won two PepsiCo Star Awards for leading a campaign that was declared as one of the top two consumer activation programs in the Cricket World Cup 2011.

As music lovers, Arush and Prerana co-founded Streo to scratch their own itch of wanting access to live music from around the world. In addition to passion, they have deep industry knowledge and network, entrepreneurial and marketing experience, 1 exit, proven traction and $100K of their own investment in Streo.

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Global Industry Spotlight - Prerana Dhawan

84 views December 3, 2021 1:22 am

A short film screening and educational event centered around Latinx women filmmakers presented with Mezcla Collective.

Follow Mazcla Media Collective's channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0Ym7hirHcuSn_J9h1XC2mQ and
http://www.mezclamediacollective.org/
Find more CCE events at https://cceglobal.org/

About this event:
Latinx Women in Film was organized with Mezcla Collective as a part of DCASE professional development series to provide educational business resources for participants to learn and grow their craft, provide helpful feedback from industry leaders on their film shorts and help increase connectivity within Chicago creative community in film.

Films:

Good Mothers by Wendy Mateo
Seven by Christy Michelle
Emergence by Rey Tang

Featured panelists:

Estrella Vargas - Estrella Vargas is a professional multi media storyteller passionate about visually telling the stories of humanity. Through cinematography, directing, and editing, she works to amplify the voices of marginalized communities. Currently, in her graduate studies at Depaul University, she spearheads a research initiative that looks for the best techniques to properly light darker skin tones on camera.

Erika Valenciana - Erika Valenciana, a filmmaker, printmaker, and teaching artist, received a Film and Video degree from Columbia College Chicago. Her work focuses on bringing stories of marginalized groups, particularly women of color, from the background to the foreground. Valenciana has screened A number of her documentary films and short videos and one various awards in the United States and abroad.

Diana Quiñones Rivera - Diana Quiñones Rivera is a Puerto Rican filmmaker based in Chicago since 2015. Since her move away from the East Coast, Diana has collaborated with numerous local dance and music artists and with various non profits on music videos, promos, documentaries and a docu-series. She is currently working on writing a narrative feature length script and on premiering/ distributing her second feature length documentary title.

A short film screening and educational event centered around Latinx women filmmakers presented with Mezcla Collective.

Follow Mazcla Media Collective's channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0Ym7hirHcuSn_J9h1XC2mQ and
http://www.mezclamediacollective.org/
Find more CCE events at https://cceglobal.org/

About this event:
Latinx Women in Film was organized with Mezcla Collective as a part of DCASE professional development series to provide educational business resources for participants to learn and grow their craft, provide helpful feedback from industry leaders on their film shorts and help increase connectivity within Chicago creative community in film.

Films:

Good Mothers by Wendy Mateo
Seven by Christy Michelle
Emergence by Rey Tang

Featured panelists:

Estrella Vargas - Estrella Vargas is a professional multi media storyteller passionate about visually telling the stories of humanity. Through cinematography, directing, and editing, she works to amplify the voices of marginalized communities. Currently, in her graduate studies at Depaul University, she spearheads a research initiative that looks for the best techniques to properly light darker skin tones on camera.

Erika Valenciana - Erika Valenciana, a filmmaker, printmaker, and teaching artist, received a Film and Video degree from Columbia College Chicago. Her work focuses on bringing stories of marginalized groups, particularly women of color, from the background to the foreground. Valenciana has screened A number of her documentary films and short videos and one various awards in the United States and abroad.

Diana Quiñones Rivera - Diana Quiñones Rivera is a Puerto Rican filmmaker based in Chicago since 2015. Since her move away from the East Coast, Diana has collaborated with numerous local dance and music artists and with various non profits on music videos, promos, documentaries and a docu-series. She is currently working on writing a narrative feature length script and on premiering/ distributing her second feature length documentary title.

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Club Creative - Latinx Women in Film

63 views October 20, 2021 11:43 am

Global Industry Spotlight is a conversational series focused on providing resources and insight for the creative entrepreneur.

If you look for the Berlin-based, Finland-bred producer Jonas Verwijnen, you’re most likely to find him on a flight to a new country with a new project and a vision in mind. Wearing his signature beanie, of course, regardless of the climate of the said country. In many ways, he was always meant to be an international explorer after being born into a Dutch-Finnish family in Switzerland and raised in Finland. Brought up in Helsinki, Jonas went to study music production in the Finnish capital, then ended up working at the local recording establishment Seawolf Studios. Located in a Russian 19th century military barrack in Helsinki harbour, he established himself as a producer and an engineer in this rather unique environment. All which swiftly led to him setting up his first studio. 

At 25, Jonas relocated to his current adopted hometown, Berlin, and founded Kaiku Studios. Ever since setting up Kaiku alongside business partner Janne Lounatvuori, Jonas has ceaselessly continued to work with both established international acts like Kings of Convenience, Jason Spaceman, Moon Duo, Washed Out, Wolf Parade as well as Spencer Krug’s Moonface project, Liima and Siinai. Not to mention a whole host of exciting newcomers like Ballet School and P2X. 

Jonas’ innate understanding of music derives from his multi-instrumentalist background that can be heard throughout his richly layered discography. Versatile in genres and sounds, his production, mixing and mastering CV is a token of his love for music and exploration. Jonas’ musical savviness, mixed with his vast knowledge of recording equipment ranging from vintage to the very latest, allow him to navigate the most intricate layers of music production. His hands-on attitude and personable character is what makes him a producer that’s not just the guy with a red hat standing behind the desks but a member of an extended musical family. 

As a unique extension of his technical work, Jonas has ran international residencies with a number of bands, one of the most notable being Liima’s residency at Ian Schrager’s London EDITION in summer 2016. Hosted in the basement of the hotel, the 4AD signees opened a temporary studio where guests were invited to watch the quartet experiment and craft new music in front of them, culminating in a big show at the end of the week. This is a perfect example of where Jonas goes above and beyond the traditional producer role, creating a one-of-a-kind experience that feels fresh, new and thoroughly relevant. This particular event was complimented by Jonas pulling together sponsorship from Patrón Tequila and furniture by Fritz Hansen, producing a multi-brand sonic experience elevating Liima’s innovative music. Wallpaper Magazine praised the event, saying that it “hit all the high notes”.

Right up to date, Jonas is set to work on another residency with the UK band SULK in collaboration with the producer legend Dave M. Allen (The Cure, Depeche Mode, The Human League). In addition, he’s kept himself busy working with two new releases by the Portland twosome Moon Duo and Jason Spaceman’s collaboration with Chilean cosmic rockers Föllakzoid. Both to be released under the revered experimental Brooklyn label Sacred Bones (John Carpenter, David Lynch, Zola Blood), Jonas’ forthcoming year is looking as thrilling as ever.

Global Industry Spotlight is a conversational series focused on providing resources and insight for the creative entrepreneur.

If you look for the Berlin-based, Finland-bred producer Jonas Verwijnen, you’re most likely to find him on a flight to a new country with a new project and a vision in mind. Wearing his signature beanie, of course, regardless of the climate of the said country. In many ways, he was always meant to be an international explorer after being born into a Dutch-Finnish family in Switzerland and raised in Finland. Brought up in Helsinki, Jonas went to study music production in the Finnish capital, then ended up working at the local recording establishment Seawolf Studios. Located in a Russian 19th century military barrack in Helsinki harbour, he established himself as a producer and an engineer in this rather unique environment. All which swiftly led to him setting up his first studio.

At 25, Jonas relocated to his current adopted hometown, Berlin, and founded Kaiku Studios. Ever since setting up Kaiku alongside business partner Janne Lounatvuori, Jonas has ceaselessly continued to work with both established international acts like Kings of Convenience, Jason Spaceman, Moon Duo, Washed Out, Wolf Parade as well as Spencer Krug’s Moonface project, Liima and Siinai. Not to mention a whole host of exciting newcomers like Ballet School and P2X.

Jonas’ innate understanding of music derives from his multi-instrumentalist background that can be heard throughout his richly layered discography. Versatile in genres and sounds, his production, mixing and mastering CV is a token of his love for music and exploration. Jonas’ musical savviness, mixed with his vast knowledge of recording equipment ranging from vintage to the very latest, allow him to navigate the most intricate layers of music production. His hands-on attitude and personable character is what makes him a producer that’s not just the guy with a red hat standing behind the desks but a member of an extended musical family.

As a unique extension of his technical work, Jonas has ran international residencies with a number of bands, one of the most notable being Liima’s residency at Ian Schrager’s London EDITION in summer 2016. Hosted in the basement of the hotel, the 4AD signees opened a temporary studio where guests were invited to watch the quartet experiment and craft new music in front of them, culminating in a big show at the end of the week. This is a perfect example of where Jonas goes above and beyond the traditional producer role, creating a one-of-a-kind experience that feels fresh, new and thoroughly relevant. This particular event was complimented by Jonas pulling together sponsorship from Patrón Tequila and furniture by Fritz Hansen, producing a multi-brand sonic experience elevating Liima’s innovative music. Wallpaper Magazine praised the event, saying that it “hit all the high notes”.

Right up to date, Jonas is set to work on another residency with the UK band SULK in collaboration with the producer legend Dave M. Allen (The Cure, Depeche Mode, The Human League). In addition, he’s kept himself busy working with two new releases by the Portland twosome Moon Duo and Jason Spaceman’s collaboration with Chilean cosmic rockers Föllakzoid. Both to be released under the revered experimental Brooklyn label Sacred Bones (John Carpenter, David Lynch, Zola Blood), Jonas’ forthcoming year is looking as thrilling as ever.

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Global Industry Spotlight - Jonas Verwijnen

9 views October 14, 2021 10:30 pm