GLEQ, MITEF To Talk Capital Fundraising For Entrepreneurs: A high growth business without a Capital Fund Raise Plan, it is liking driving without a map or GPS. The MIT Enterprise Forum and Great Lakes Entrepreneurs Quest are offering a multi-site interactive workshop from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 8, to learn simple tools and best practices to help get your CFP documented and shareable. Participants will receive free copy of planning template and handbook. This workshop will help you learn how to describe your pre-revenue and post-revenue growth stages in operational terms that investors, bankers, partners, and mentors can understand, so they can better help support you in meeting your business milestones. The event will be held at University of Michigan Dearborn, 180 Fairlane Center South, 19000 Hubbard Drive, Dearborn; the Mid-Michigan Innovation Center, 4520 E. Ashman Road, Midland; Kettering University Techworks Innovation Center, 1300 Bluff St., Flint; Grand Valley State University Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Room 320 E. DeVos Center, 401 Fulton St. W., Grand Rapids; Michigan Technological University Advanced Technology Development Center, 1402 Sharon Ave., Houghton; University of Michigan TechArb Student Incubator, 500 Washington St., Suite 10, Ann Arbor; Walsh College Troy Campus, Room 200, 3838 Livernois Road; Lansing Area Economic Partnership, Suite 300, 325 E. Grand River Ave., East Lansing; Michigan Works Service Center, 1498 Odovero Drive, Marquette; and Central Michigan University, Project Room 4, Grawn 164, Mt. Pleasant. More at www.mitgreatlakes.org.