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Happy Farm is launching specialized business tours to the Silicon Valley

Happy Farm Business Accelerator invites everyone interested in startups and venture business to join American Business Safari – a two-week intensive educational business trips to the Silicon Valley.

Startup tour is created for entrepreneurs, startups, IT companies, working businesses and everyone interested in how the startup market and venture business operates in the US. The tour is focused on: understanding the US market and legal aspects of creating a company and working conditions in the US, search for potential partners/clients/team members, networking, search for investors, testing ideas and meeting similar businesses. The coming trips are scheduled for March – April, 2014.

Business tour is designed for angel investors, top managers, company owners, finance professionals, willing to invest into IT projects, and VC funds’ representatives. The tour is focused on: specifics of high-tech business in the U.S. and investing in IT projects, startups and companies, finding new business ties as well as generating new business opportunities. The next trips are scheduled for May and September, 2014.

American Business Safari is oriented at gaining practical skills and experience from the most successful entrepreneurs and investors of the Silicon Valley. The trip will include workshops and consultations with over 20 experts specializing in VC investment, branding, marketing,  legal consulting and business strategy, representing such companies and VC funds as: 500 Startups, The Founder Institute, Cross Border Angels, Draper Fisher Juvertson, Agile Credit, eBay, etc.

Moreover, special events will be organized in San Francisco and the Valley for the participants of the tours. They will include a large Demo Day, a private VIP-dinner with representatives of the U.S. VC funds and business breakfasts with successful entrepreneurs and investors.

American Business Safari participants will get to know the Silicon Valley ecosystem, visit the most famous funds (Google Ventures, Sequoia Capital, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Venrock), IT and startup companies (Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Evernote, Twitter), accelerators and incubators (500startups, RocketSpace, Plug&Play) and universities (Stanford, Berkeley).

More information and application form can be found at www.hfsafari.com

Note

Happy Farm is the first full cycle US-Ukrainian business accelerator that provides business development services for startup teams (or companies) as well as further guidance and attracting investments.

─ March 19, 2014