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How to Find Angel Investors | How to get Angel investors | How to Contact with Angel Investors✔
 
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Angel investor networks | how to find angel investors for startups | how to approach angel investors in india | contact details of angel investors | how to find angel investors in india | find angel investors free | how to find investors for a startup | how to contact with angel investors | #About- how to find angel investors, how to find angel investors in hindi,how to find angel investor in india,how to get angel investors, how to contact with angel investors, how to raise fund for startup,how to get money for startup, seed funding for startup,valuation of startup,how to find venture capital fund,how to get bank loan for a startup, how to get money for startup,how to start a startup, startup ideas,fund for new business,fund for small business, pandey vital,pandey,vital,crowd funding for startups, documents for startup,in hindi,start a startup india, angel investor networks. 👉who are angel investors? Angel Investors are the experienced entrepreneurs who themselves has been through the same phase from which you are going through and the ones who understands what it takes to create a billion dollar company out of an idea. 👉It is true that “What business makes great is the great idea” But business require funds to make it big, A guidance from a more experienced person can increase the probability of your business success as well. 👉An angel could be: - a succesfful entrpreneur - princiapal/partner at a VC firm - executive, cxos at companies in your sector - other rich/susscessful people you know 👉Angel investors (not venture capital firms) are the most likely candidates to get your businesses from a piece of paper to a proof-of-concept. These angel investors typically come in four distinct groups: 👉Individual Angel Investors- As for finding angel investors directly, this is the hardest route, by far. First, because they prefer to stay anonymous. And, second, because they don't know you at all. Sometimes rich individuals have built formal family investment offices, with professional managers screening deals for them. But,if they can afford a family office, they prefer to invest $5MM+ in more typical venture investments, not $500K for a startup. Preferably, you need to find an individual that understands your industry and business model and can bring real value to the table. If they have first hand experience in your space, and they think they can help you accelerate your efforts, it is easier for them to get over the investment hurdle. So, identify those individuals, and try to figure out someone they know, who can credibly make an introduction for you. As an example, if you think you have the next great video gaming technology, I would research what similar video game technologies have recently been sold (meaning the founder just got very cash rich), and reach out to that founder to tap into their expertise as an advisor, board member or investor. Notice, I didn't lead with investor. You need to establish credibility with this individual before jumping into the investment question. And, if he doesn't want to invest, he may know others in the industry that would, so ask him for references. Venture capital firms are also aware of key angels in their market, so reach out to them for guidance. Angel List is a particularly good resource that makes finding angels for your region/industry easier than ever, so check them out as a good place to start. But, again, look for credible relationships to help open the door for you, preferably to investor is your home market (as most angels tend to bias local investments). 👉Angel Investor Networks This category, is my favorite category: networks aggregating angel investors. Like the family offices, investors set aside funds for angel investments, screened by a professional team that sources deals for the network. So, the individual angel gets to keep their anonimity and have the comfort of a team of smart managers doing due diligence on investment targets, on their behalf. So, instead of one angel investing $1MM by themself, 100 angels aggregate $100MM and invest as a group in the deals they like the best, individually or collectively. And, on the flipside, it is much easier for you to raise your full amount needed, with one phone call, instead of calling the numerous investors individually. ------------------------------------------ 👉हमसे फेसबुक में जुडें --https://m.facebook.com/PandeyVital/?ref=bookmarks ------------------------------------------------ | LIKE | SUBSCRIBE | SHARE | -------------------------------------------- Background music Credit- NirvanaVEVO by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/uvp/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/
Views: 47958 Pandey Vital
Angel Investors - How to find an angel investor
 
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Sanjay Mehta on investment preferences and startup ideas he won’t fund
 
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Sanjay Mehta, a serial entrepreneur turned investor, gets nearly 200 startup investment proposals every month. The early stage investor has backed about 40 startups, both in his personal capacity and through various angel networks. “Startup investments allows investors to move the needle and make a meaningful contribution to the venture, unlike other assets classes (equities, gold and others) where you have to wait and watch how the market reacts,” Mehta told Techcircle.in. Going forward, Mehta says he will explore investments in early-stage ventures that specialise in big data, marketing automation, productivity enhancement, location services and quick services restaurants besides medical devices. Mehta lists marketplaces, e-commerce platforms and home services ventures’ among the 15 startup ideas he would refrain from funding. Mehta’s portfolio includes names such as Zippr Smart Address, AllizHealth, Prettysecrets.com, and Poncho (Box8.in) besides others. He is a member of Indian Angel Network, Mumbai Angels, Venture Nursery, B2B1K Ventures and CIO Angel Network. As an entrepreneur, his most recent venture was MAIA Intelligence. Last year, its business was recently sold to publicly-listed Datamatics Global Services. Mehta last invested in Bangalore-based Green Enabled IT Solutions Pvt Ltd, which operates IT reverse logistics startup Blubirch. For more logon to vccircle.com/vcc-tv
Views: 38257 News Corp VCCircle
Conversations with Angel Investors: The Pros and Cons of Joining Angel Networks
 
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*Should I join an angel investment group? Yes? or No? Why? Join Amy Chang (Angel Investor) and Silvia Mah (Founder and Investor of Hera Fund/Hera Lab) for a conversation on the benefits of joining angel networks and other avenues through which angel investors can source quality deal flow. These conversations will allow for candid and mindful conversations to occur amongst female angel investors, female founders, and innovation/startup advocates regarding relevant topics of impact investing, startup ecosystems, angel investor BEST PRACTICES from actively investing angels. Let's build more robust bridges between female founders and funders, raise the conversation about investing among women investors, and make changes to paradigms in angel investing! #angelinvesting #investing #startups #innovation #change #angelgroups   #angelinvestor   #risk #10x #35x #womeninvestors
Views: 153 Hera Labs
How angel investors work: Sunil K Goyal from YourNest Angel Fund at Franchise India 2014
 
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Sunil K Goyal currently runs YourNest Angel Fund, an early stage venture fund he conceptualized and founded in 2011. Prior to this Sunil has won recognition for playing instrumental roles in well-known business like Bharti Group & Dabur. Sunil is an active member of TiE and a former member of Indian Angel Network & Mumbai Angels. He has led investments in diverse sectors. His passion for early stage ventures has led him to invest in 9 start-ups on his own, before he set-up YourNest, which plans to invest in 10-12 start-ups over the next few months. Sunil is also qualified as a Financial Analyst, Business Economist, and Cost Accountant. While speaking on the on the flagship show, Franchise India 2014, Sunil K Goyal, Founder & Chief Executive Officer, YourNest shared the in depth detail of how angel investors work.
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The Power of Angel Investing Networks
 
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You'll discover all the benefits of working with an angel investing network including deal sourcing, due diligence, deal screening, valuation and deal terms, and you'll discover why being part of a team can help you leverage and negotiate an overall deal that makes sense for the risk being taken. Speaker: Randy Williams, Founder & CEO, Keiretsu Forum Host: Chris Orr, Relationship Manager, PENSCO Trust
ANGEL: HOW TO INVEST IN TECHNOLOGY STARTUPS (BY JASON CALACANIS)
 
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In this animated video I will present the top 5 takeaways from Jason Calacanis’ Angel: How to Invest in Technology Startups. There are two ways to make money in startups: create something valuable—or invest in the people that are creating valuable things. Here, we focus on the latter. 🔎 More from the greatest stock analysts out there 🔍 - Top 5 Takeaways from One up on Wall Street: https://bit.ly/2ueoNpD - Top 5 Takeaways from The Intelligent Investor: https://bit.ly/2CsuaGl Support the channel by getting Angel: How to Invest in Technology Startups (or any other two audiobooks) FREE by signing up here: https://amzn.to/2TgvSzU Top 5 takeaways: 00:47 1. Angel Investing 101 03:35 2. How to Angel Invest with Little to No Money 06:01 3. Develop a Large Network 07:57 4. Invest in the Founders – NOT in the Company 11:00 5. Get Great at Saying NO One of Silicon Valley’s most successful angel investors shares his rules for investing in startups. There are two ways to make money in startups: create something valuable—or invest in the people that are creating valuable things. Over the past twenty-five years, Jason Calacanis has made a fortune investing in creators, spotting and helping build and fund a number of successful technology startups—investments that have earned him tens of millions of dollars. Now, in this enlightening guide that is sure to become the bible for twenty-first century investors, Calacanis takes potential angels step-by-step through his proven method of creating massive wealth: startups. As Calacanis makes clear, you can get rich—even if you came from humble beginnings (his dad was a bartender, his mom a nurse), didn’t go to the right schools, and weren’t a top student. The trick is learning how angel investors think. Calacanis takes you inside the minds of these successful moneymen, helping you understand how they prioritize and make the decisions that have resulted in phenomenal profits. He guides you step by step through the process, revealing how leading investors evaluate new ventures, calculating the risks and rewards, and explains how the best startups leverage relationships with angel investors for the best results. Whether you’re an aspiring investor or a budding entrepreneur, Angel: How to Invest in Technology Startups will inspire and educate you on all the ins of outs. Buckle up for a wild ride into the world of angel investing!
Views: 1455 The Swedish Investor
Why and How to Pursue Angel Investing with David Mes (WG'05) and Ben Orthlieb (WG'07)
 
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Investing in a diversified angel portfolio may be both a higher return, and somewhat counter-intuitively, a lower risk proposal than traditional publicly available bonds and equity investments. In this Penn Wharton Entrepreneurs Workshop David Mes, WG'05 and Ben Orthlieb, WG'07 will discuss generating returns as an angel investor, the issue of access to the asset class, return metrics, and risk profiles. The workshop will dive deep into how to angel invest well through diversification, deal sharing, joining angel networks, using investment platforms, and participating in angel funds. You'll also learn how to track and actively manage a portfolio.
Views: 2233 Wharton School
Panel Angel Investing and Early Stage Support Networks  - ArabNet Beirut 2018
 
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According to ArabNet Business Intelligence, angel networks represent only 12% of active investment sources for MENA startups today. However, new angel networks are emerging across markets, and existing networks are growing their ranks, proving that there’s an increasing appetite among high-net-worth and successful individuals to invest in regional startups. This panel hosts some of MENA’s most active angel networks to discuss the key trends they are investing in, the challenges of working with startups at such an early stage of progress, and the ecosystem requirements to foster early-stage ventures. Khaled Ismail, Chairman, HIMangel Maan Eshgi, Partner, VentureSouq KSA Nicolas Rouhana, General Manager, IM Capital Moderator: Malek Hammoud, Group Executive Director - Strategy & Business Development, Zain
Financing Your Venture: Angel Investment - Introduction
 
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Ian Sobieski, investor and managing director of the Band of Angels Venture Fund, highlights the benefits and specialties of angel investors, underlines the keys to finding and engaging an angel, and defines how to get the most out of your relationship with your investor after the deal is made. ABOUT THE KAUFFMAN FOUNDERS SCHOOL Visit the website: [http://bit.ly/1EW2br7] The Kauffman Founders School presents a powerful curriculum for entrepreneurs who wish to learn anywhere, anytime. The online education platform features experts presenting lectures in series modules designed to give Founders a rich learning experience, while also engaging them in lessons that will make a difference in their business today, tomorrow, and in the future. The Kauffman Founders School series modules include The Lean Approach, Intellectual Property, Founder's Dilemmas, Entrepreneurial Selling, Entrepreneurial Marketing, Surviving the Entrepreneurial Life, Startups, and much more. ©2015 Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. May not be used without permission. To enter a request for permission to use, contact [email protected]
Angel Investing Masterclass by Mr. Anand Ladsariya
 
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Exclusive conversation between Ms. Chandni Jafri, CEO - Mumbai Angels Network & Mr Anand Ladsariya, Board Member, Mumbai Angels Network
E19 "Angel": Pete Flint NFX & Trulia Founder: $150m fund, power of persistence, data network effects
 
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E19: "Angel" podcast: Pete Flint, NFX Managing Partner & Trulia Founder, shares insights from entrepreneurship to investing, criteria for $150m seed fund, supporting persistent founders, company-building & culture, targeting markets ripe for disruption, & the power of data network effects
Views: 21776 This Week In Startups
Womens Angel Investor Network | WAIN
 
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Welcome to WAIN, the first investor network for women in the MENA region. Our goal is to build an informed ecosystem of women investors who support women entrepreneurs in the Arab world. Our chosen model is the group model – we make investment decisions as a group and invest as a group – so that we learn and strengthen our skills and deepen our experience as investors. We set up WAIN Dubai 1 (BVI) as a holding company for our investments and have three active directors who effectively manage the operations.
Views: 317 Evamotion.net
Regional Angel Investment  - Accelerator Briefing
 
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Opportunity to apply to coordinate a new pilot £1m grant fund to provide non-diluted co-investment alongside angel-led deals in innovating business Building on Innovate UK’s Investment Accelerator model of deploying grant funding alongside private investment, we are piloting a scheme to encourage Angels to invest in early stage, disruptive technology businesses outside London, the South East and the East of England. We are looking for imaginative proposals that build capacity and interest in investing in these opportunities within angel networks and groups. Applicants could be angel networks or groups, but could also include collaborations with universities, Local Enterprise Partnerships, Growth Hubs and other relevant organisations. It could also potentially include investment platform providers or funds who are working with angel investors. Briefing Bookmarks: 0:01:59 - Welcome & Overview - Nick Basset, IUK 0:11:15 - Competition Scope - Bruce Colley, IUK 0:23:10 - Q&A Scope 0:36:38 - Application Process - Melissa Hughes, IUK 0:47:50 - Assessment Process 1:05:07 - Q&A Panal Visit - www.ktn-uk.co.uk
Episode 17: Angel Networks vs. VCs for Startups
 
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In this episode of LVSoundbites, we sat down Paula Mariwala who serves as a Partner at Seedfund and has been its Executive Director since inception in 2006. She has worked extensively and been actively involved with the entrepreneurial ecosystem in India to source, evaluate and mentor early stage start-up companies for the firm. Her primary focus is on education, healthcare and technology sectors and works closely with portfolio companies to take them to their next stage of growth and has led investments in education, healthcare, and mobile technology.
Views: 85 LetsVenture
The Rise Of Angel Networks
 
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What is an Angel Network? Where does an Angel Network fall in the investment market? These questions as well several pertinent ones were answered by this panel that saw Rakshit Kejriwal, Paula Mariwala, Sam Mehta, Apurva Salarpuria, and Sreekanth Perepu, who all belong to different angel networks, explain them. Angel Networks actually translate to (individual) networks of individual angels in the network, which can be of huge value for startups. Apart from obvious network connects, angel networks bring forth diversity of perspectives from members of various backgrounds, which ultimately help the startup grow and evolve.
Views: 138 LetsVenture
Angel groups: added value and differences with VC investors
 
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Canadian and American Angels, a winning team - Part 2 of 5 See other webisodes and the entire Angel Series at http://bit.ly/PH4UOg Panelists from five of the greatest Canadian and American Angel groups present the added value of angels, such as the ability to fund projects earlier, with smaller amounts and to provide more support to entrepreneurs. Mr Bernard Blouin from Miller Thomson is moderating one of the greatest panels made to date with Canadian and American Angels, discussing the strong co-investment opportunities in today's economic environment. You can ear on this panel Mr Georges Simmons from LaunchPad, Ms Kerry Rupp from DreamIT Ventures, Mr Phil Cooper from Boston Harbour Angels, Mr Matey Nedkov of Maple Leaf Angels and Ms Caroline Somers from Band of Scoundrels in Ottawa, now Chair of the Capital Angel Network. Follow us at http://www.capitalinnovation.ca
Views: 224 Capital innovation
SME Funding -  The Ghana Angel Investor Network - Part 3
 
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Leticia Browne, Investor Relations Manager at The Ghana Angel Investor Network (GAIN) joins in studio to unpack the status of angel funding in Ghana.
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First Look Angel Investor Meeting - Community collisions accelerate business growth
 
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The future of our community lies within the diverse group of disruptive technology startup businesses and innovative entrepreneurs that constantly think, challenge and create. When their work meets the expertise and attention of established businesses and investors that also reside within the community, partnerships are formed and strengthened by the mutual excitement in seeing products develop, businesses grow, and ideas expand. The City of Mississauga in partnership with Research Innovation Commercialization (RIC) Centre and Angel One Investor Network brings forth the “First Look Angel Investor Meeting” to foster the collaboration between the investor community and startup companies in order to promote long-term partnerships that will benefit businesses, their industry, and the surrounding community. 19 high-potential early stage companies selected from five regional innovation centres (Haltech, Innovate Niagara, Innovation Factory, Innovation Guelph, and RIC Centre) will have the opportunity to take part in a gathering with members and guests of the related five angel groups from the Greater Toronto Area. Community collisions accelerate business growth, and the nurturing of beneficial relationships will build networks and create opportunities for greater advancement and development for everybody involved. Read our full press release here. The third annual First Look Angel Investor Meeting was a success! Want to join the mailing list for next year's event? Subscribe to RIC Centre's newsletter now and we'll make sure you get an invitation. AngelFirstLook.com ---- RIC Centre helps entrepreneurs fast-track their business to market. Are you an entrepreneur who needs business training? Financing? Mentoring? Networking opportunities? Visit our website to get access to all of the above http://riccentre.ca GET SOCIAL! Connect with RIC Centre on LinkedIn: http://ow.ly/gOepA Follow @RICCentre on Twitter: https://twitter.com/RICCentre Like RIC Centre on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/riccentre
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InEn Global Explained
 
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Email [email protected] for more information. InEn is our investment platform, which is white-labelled and licensed to Angel Networks. This means each Angel Network has their own private portal, with their branding, for their Investors and Entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs submit their opportunity to our clients, these clients receive organised information (company details, raise, valuation, business model, documentation etc), our clients can approve or reject the company. If they approve it, it is showcased on their platform to their Investors. Investors can view the documents, enter a due diligence room, post comments and enter chat rooms with fellow Investors to discuss the deal privately or enter chat rooms with the Entrepreneur to ask questions. The platform provides reporting, your portfolio summary and ongoing engagement with the team behind the venture. COIN is our co-investment platform which allows our clients to share deals with fellow Angel Networks and High-Net-Worth individuals to co-invest together. You can co-invest alongside Business Angel Investors. If you are an Angel Network you can license our platform for free to start co-investing today. If you are an individual High-Net-Worth you can join COIN today to view opportunities part-funded by Angel Networks. You can view features of the platform here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROntrTGWCxk&t=186s
Views: 29 Christina Mackay
Should women become angel investors?
 
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Marcia Rick Dawood talks about the benefits to the entrepreneurial ecosystem of women angel investors. She is on the Board of the Angel Capital Association (ACA) in the United States an organisation which represents over 12,000 accredited investor members, 220 angel groups and accredited platforms who have invested in well over 10,000 entrepreneurial companies. Marcia is also Managing Director of Golden Seeds, an investment firm dedicated to delivering above market returns through the empowerment of women entrepreneurs and those who invest in them. The firm’s nationwide angel network is the fourth largest and most active in the US with 250 members. Its venture capital group has $35million under management. The firm, headquartered in New York, also has groups in Boston, San Francisco, Dallas and LA and has invested over $50million into 52 companies since 2005. Interview conducted at the Asian Business Angels Forum and AANZ Summit 2015.
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Angel & Investor Networks
 
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Written Success | www.writtensuccess.co | Business Plan Consultant This presentation shares funding information gained through research, interviews, and customers who have used these funding sources.  It is intended to be unbiased and I’m not recommending any specific path or provider.  It is considered public knowledge available at the time of compilation.  Finally, It is meant to help consolidate some options available and is not exhaustive.
Views: 16 Ashley Cheeks
Philippe Gluntz - How to set up a Business Angels network
 
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Philippe Gluntz, Founder of Paris Business Angels, on how to set up a Business Angels Network. The Early Stage Investing Launchpad – ESIL is a Pan-European community aiming to improve angel investment market, stimulate cross border investment opportunities, find new deals, connect the most relevant networks and build a tailored training programme for local ecosystems. You can join the ESIL Community by registering on EuroQuity: https://www.euroquity.com/en/community/ESIL---Early-Stage-Investing-Launchpad-a71de5a4-3459-4df6-8e70-9d839f77812d/ FOLLOW US Website: https://www.europeanesil.eu/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/European_ESIL Linkedin page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/european-esil/ Linkedin group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8480134
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Luigi Amati - The Italian Case: IBAN boosting angel investing
 
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Luigi Amati, President of Business Angels Europe, on how a National Association can boost angel investing like IBAN did in Italy. The Early Stage Investing Launchpad – ESIL is a Pan-European community aiming to improve angel investment market, stimulate cross border investment opportunities, find new deals, connect the most relevant networks and build a tailored training programme for local ecosystems. You can join the ESIL Community by registering on EuroQuity: https://www.euroquity.com/en/community/ESIL---Early-Stage-Investing-Launchpad-a71de5a4-3459-4df6-8e70-9d839f77812d/ FOLLOW US Website: https://www.europeanesil.eu/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/European_ESIL Linkedin page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/european-esil/ Linkedin group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/8480134
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Mumbai Angels Network - Investor Forum | Pune
 
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About Mumbai Angels Network:- The inception to what is today amongst India's leading angel group was laid in mid-year 2006. Investing a company with no history was a fairly radical and new concept in a population with a very conservative mindset. 'Angel investment' as a separate asset class of investment was born when Sasha Mirchandani and Prashant Choksey joined hands and worked towards helping young entrepreneurs with fresh ideas or young companies.
Doug Pennington founder Arch Angels Investor Group interview @ Global Capital Network event April 19
 
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Learn about Doug Pennington and his investor group, Arch Angels, during his live interview at Global Capital Network's April 19, 2018 Balboa Bay Club investor conference. Learn more about Arch Angel Investors: http://www.archangelsinvestors.com/ Association of Family Offices to take on larger investment opportunities. Private Capital Network - http://www.privatecapitalnetwork.net/ Angel group that Doug Pennington has also founded to take on seed stage investments in innovative companies in industries ranging from alternative energy to consumer products, high-tech, and more. Learn more about Global Capital Network at: http://globalcapitalnetwork.com International network of investors ranging from venture capital to family offices, angel investors and angel networks, private equity, investment bankers, and more. GCN hosts live investor pitch events in key territories around the world. RELEVANT TAGS: doug pennington,arch angels,pcn,family office,angel investors network,venture capitalists,family offices,private banking,family office capital raising,what is a family office,family office recruitment,billionaire,venture capital financing,what is venture capital,venture capital interview,venture capital firms,venture capital firms los angeles,angel investing,angel investor,shark tank,angel network,angel investors,oc investor,private capital network
Views: 65 Josh Bois TV
Building Angel Networks - Innovation and the City
 
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FINANCING INNOVATION: BUILDING ANGEL NETWORKS. With: Gil Bickel (Chairman, St. Louis Arch Angels), Jessica McLear (Angel Investor, Launchpad Venture Group), Donn Rubin (President and CEO, BioSTL), Shereen Shermak (CEO and Fund Manager, Launch Angels). Moderated by Travis Sheridan, Executive Director, Venture Café – St. Louis. Panel conversation at the second Innovation and the City conference, held at District Hall in Boston's Innovation District on October 7-8, 2014. http://innovationandthecity.org
Panel 5: Insights from the Turkish Business Angel Networks
 
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Panel 5: 16:30 – 17:10 Importance of Business Angel Networks for the Turkish Angel Investment Ecosystem Key Note Speech 11: Baybars Altuntas, President of TBAA – Business Angels Association Turkey BAYBARS ALTUNTAS founded Deulcom International, Turkey’s first vocational training school. Founded the Turkish Franchise Association, and was named Turkey’s best businessman in 2010. His book “My way to Dragon’s Den” is a bestseller in Turkey. Heads TBAA + EBAN VP. For his extended bio, please visit the following link: http://ebaf2014.org/node/17 EBAN PANEL (151)Panel 5: Insights from the Turkish Business Angel Networks Moderator: Baybars Altuntas - President, TBAA - Business Angels Association, Turkey Timucin Bilgor, President, BUBA BAN, Turkey TIMUCIN BILGOR is one of the co-founders of Yemeksepeti.com (Turkey's first and largest online food ordering platform) and early investors of DoubleClick. After having spent long years in the media industry in Europe, he returned to Turkey and founded BUBA, Bogazici University's official angel investment network and startup incubator.For his extended bio, please visit the following link: http://ebaf2014.org/content/timu%C3%A7in-bilg%C3%B6r Kazım Yalçınoğlu, Founding Partner, Metutech BAN, Turkey KAZIM YALCINOGLU is a serial entrepreneur with 21 companies under his belt. Plus an investor and lecturer. He is founder and CEO of SmartsUnited, Chairs the Mirya Group, as well as the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Platform at the Middle East Technical University. For his extended bio, please visit the following link: http://ebaf2014.org/content/kaz%C4%B1m-yalcinoglu His presentation: EBAF2014 - Kazim Yalcinoglu Hasan Pehlivan, Board Member, Sirketortagim BAN, Turkey HASAN PEHLIVAN started out in the oil and gas industry as a field engineer at Schlumberger in the Far East, rising to various executive positions. He has headed Axalto, and Gemalto operations in Turkey. As an angel, he supports new startups and mentors entrepreneurs since 2013. For his extended bio, please visit the following link: http://ebaf2014.org/content/hasan-pehlivan Hulusi Berik – Founding Partner Keiretsu Forum, Turkey HULUSİ BERİK started out in the Stock Exchange Market as a Broker at various company As an Angel and Mentor he supports new startups enterpreneurs since 2011. Ayse Inal, Managing Director , Galata Business Angels, Turkey AYSE INAL is the MD of Galata Business Angels, Istanbul’s premier angel investment network. She has worked at CNN Türk and Kanal D, and is the founder and president of Koc University Economy Club. For his extended bio, please visit the following link: http://ebaf2014.org/content/ayse-inal Joachim Behrendt, President, BIC Angels Dr. JOACHIM BEHRENDT has lectured at various universities from Marmara University to the London School of Economics. As a management consultant, he’s been active in Germany, UK, Romania, Turkey, and Poland. He has founded two companies in Istanbul and supports Turkish startups as an angel investor. For his extended bio, please visit the following link: http://ebaf2014.org/node/9 Take-aways of Panel 5: Turkish angel investment ecosystem is very dynamic and fresh. Angel investors and Business Angel Networks are aware of the fact that in a few years later, they will be in a position to convince the startup ecosystems with succesful exits. Otherwise, market will loose its energy. BANs in Turkey have to develop their connections with the global angel investment market to ease the exits. So, following global events and creating links with the global players are very important for fresh markets like Turkey. Turkish Business Angels see the foreign angel investors as ‘mentor’ of themselves.So, Turkish Business Angels are fostering policy makers to give more incentives to foreign angel investors who completed succesful exits in Silicon Valley or in another market to be able to act together with them in their co-investments in Turkey and transfer the ‘making exit’ know-how to Turkey.
What makes Venture Giants different from other Angel investment and Crowd Funding networks?
 
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Venture Giants is the leading online service that matches your capital needs with our exclusive database of serious, active and accredited high-net-worth business investors. If you are seeking investment to establish your company or develop an idea, or, require capital to expand your existing business, then Venture Giants is the place for you. The real advantage with Venture Giants is that we charge NO upfront fees until a registered investor has specifically contacted you to give you the money to get your business started. Submitting your business proposal to us is truly an efficient streamlined process designed specifically to protect you and your business idea. The reason why more and more Entrepreneurs are choosing Venture Giant for their financing needs is because we are here to help you through the whole process of raising finance, and turning your dreams, into a reality.
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Startup Funding Options: How to Find first Angel Investors and Venture Capital ⎜#MakerZone EP.52
 
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What is the path to raising funding for your startup? How can you find suitable angel investors? How does the founder and angel team transition into venture capital investment? Business transformation expert and startup coach Matt Lanfear, PhD takes us through the process, from your first founding capital (family & friends) to angel investors (local networks and stages) to your first venture capital round. . This is the MakerZone podcast with more than 50 episodes to-date, a colourful look at what's happening in FinTech and how we are building a new world of finance. Subscribe to get new monthly episodes in 2019 - I feature real makers, founders and wisdom in 10-minute digestible lessons. . Twitter: twitter.com/@SuperDaveBruno LinkedIn: https://ch.linkedin.com/in/david-bruno . Music: “Back to da Awe” by Luc and Doc via Freemusicarchive
Views: 186 David Bruno
Startup Funding - Stages
 
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Stages of Startup funding discussed in hindi. What is Seed Funding? What is Venture Capital Series A, B, C, D and so on? What is Private Equity? Role of Angel investors, family & friends round is also discussed. Let's learn from the knowledge & experience of Abhishek Kakkar of 91 Springboard, a co-working space and startup incubator and Abhishek Dabas of Zolt Energy, a Solar Startup. Starting a business is in itself a challenge. Then raising funds for a startup is another hurdle for the entrepreneur. A startup can either raise equity funding or debt funding i.e. loan. There are many startup incubators & angel networks in India that help startups. Share this Video: https://youtu.be/ornDi-Tv0JY स्टार्टअप फंडिंग के स्टेप्स को इस वीडियो में हिंदी में डिस्कस किया गया है। सीड फंडिंग क्या होती है? वेंचर कैपिटल सीरीज़ क्या होता है? प्राइवेट इक्विटी क्या होती है? इस वीडियो में एंजेल इन्वेस्टर्स की भूमिका, फॅमिली और फ्रेंड्स के रोले के बारे में भी चर्चा की गई है। आइए 91 स्प्रिंगबोर्ड, एक को-वर्किंग स्पेस और स्टार्टअप इनक्यूबेटर और ज़ोल्ट एनर्जी, एक सोलर स्टार्टअप के नॉलेज और एक्सपीरियंस से सिखने की कोशिश करते हैं। Subscribe To Our Channel and Get More Finance Tips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsNxHPbaCWL1tKw2hxGQD6g To access more learning resources on finance, check out www.assetyogi.com In this video, we have explained: What are the stages of startup funding? How startups arrange the funding? How investors choose a startup for making an investment? How to select the right investor for your startup? Should you arrange funding for your startup? What is seed funding and startups accelerator, incubator and angel investor? What are other options for growth capital? What is venture capital series? What is the difference between private equity and venture capital investment? In the next video, we will try to understand the exit options of startup funding and what investors look for in a startup, the role of media in startup funding. How much time funding requires and should you raise funds or not? Make sure to Like and Share this video. Other Great Resources AssetYogi – http://assetyogi.com/ Follow Us: Linkedin - http://www.linkedin.com/company/asset-yogi Pinterest - http://pinterest.com/assetyogi/ Twitter - http://twitter.com/assetyogi Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/assetyogi Instagram - http://instagram.com/assetyogi Google Plus – https://plus.google.com/+assetyogi-ay Hope you liked this video about “Startup Funding”.
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Christian Angel Capital Network - Member Benefits
 
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JOIN for FREE! Where Christian Angel Investors Meet Christian Entrepreneurs!
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How Does Angel Investor Program Work | Network Marketing from AngelUsers.com
 
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Register Angel Investor and Start Investing Today: https://www.angelusers.com/ This video explains how to register yourself as an Angel Investor on our Investment and Marketing Platform: https://www.angelusers.com/ where you invest in your Networks Without Investing your Monday and Rewarded by 6-level Commissions from the sales from your networks. The leader C2BPromo.com in Promotional Products and Business gifts industry, the No 1 Factory-Direct Platform, Stopped to pay Google for Advertising, but take the "Google" money to AngelUsers.com to join Angel Investor Program to reward Investors who help business grow. Find more about Angel Investor Program and Register today at: https://www.angelusers.com/ Angel Investor Program Network Marketing
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Panel 4 : The role of angel investors to convert public money into smart money
 
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Panel 4: 15:00 – 16:10 How Business Angels can benefit from a win win relationship with Governments / European Institutions. Key Note Speech 10: Dr. Bernd Reichert, Head of Unit, EU's Horizon 2020, The Dr. in Dr. BERND REICHERT comes from his Phd in physical chemistry and quantum physics. He joined the European Commission in 1992 and has been a program officer in a number of areas. Before Horizon 2020, he ran the unit on SMEs in the Commission’s Research and Innovation Directorate. For his extended bio, please visit the following link: http://ebaf2014.org/node/10 His presentation: EBAF2014 - Dr Bernd Reichert_Panel4 EBAN PANEL (137)Panel 4 : The role of angel investors to convert public money into smart money Moderator: Dr. Bernd Reichert, Head of Unit, EU's Horizon 2020, Belgium Candace Johnson, President, EBAN, France CANDACE JOHNSON founded broadband and satellite networks, heads Johnson Paradigm Ventures, and is one of the founders of Ariadne Capital in London. And that’s not even scratching the CV. For her extended bio, please visit the following link: http://ebaf2014.org/node/19 Baybars Altuntas, President, TBAA - Business Angels Association, Turkey BAYBARS ALTUNTAS founded Deulcom International, Turkey’s first vocational training school. Founded the Turkish Franchise Association, and was named Turkey’s best businessman in 2010. His book “My way to Dragon’s Den” is a bestseller in Turkey. Heads TBAA + EBAN VP. For his extended bio, please visit the following link: http://ebaf2014.org/node/17 Peter E. Braun, EBAN Board Member, Switzerland PETER BRAUN has launched several companies and completed two IPOs. Most recently, he launched an e banking solution for angel and private equity investments. For his extended bio, please visit the following link: http://ebaf2014.org/content/peter-e-braun Hakan Erturk, Head of Department, Financial Instruments and Markets Development, Turkey HAKAN ERTÜRK heads the Dept. for Financial Instruments and Market Development at the Turkish Treasury Dept.. He focuses on improving access to finance for SMEs, and develops + implements public policies on angels, VCs, co-investment funds & funds of funds. For his extended bio, please visit the following link: http://ebaf2014.org/content/hakan-erturk Take-aways of Panel 4: Startups need more than money. They also need network, know-how and mentorship. Public can just provide finance but not know-how, networking and mentorship. So, it will be a good strategy for public to cooperate with Business Angels to convert public money to smart money. The first step to realise this policy, an accreditation scheme for qualified angel investors should be set up. Public authorities should recognise the qualifed angel investors and create a ready-pool to invest in startups. Second step is release a law to put minimum same amount of money if the accredited angel investor decides to invest in a startup. So, public money will use the expertise of the angel investor in this method.
Jason Calacanis: "Angel: How to Invest in Technology Startups" | Talks at Google
 
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Jason Calacanis is a technology entrepreneur, angel investor, and the host of the weekly podcast This Week in Startups. As a scout for Silicon Valley venture capital firm Sequoia Capital and later as an angel investor, Jason has invested in 150 early-stage startups, including four that have achieved billion-dollar valuations (so far). His book, "Angel: How to Invest in Technology Startups," is published by HarperBusiness. Calacanis and Google Research Operations Manager Heath Row discuss the skills needed to pick a hit investment, what to look for in founders and investment opportunities, why VC should be democratized, and the difference between Silicon Alley, the Digital Coast, and Silicon Valley. Get the book here: https://goo.gl/8MGKW5 Moderated by Heath Row, Research Operations Manager, Google.
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Lesson 9: Angel Investment
 
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The Altuntas Startup Compass Theory™ The rising steps of the entrepreneur: Starting from scratch by converting idle capacity to cash Nine steps from wannapreneurship to innovation to entrepreneurship to angel investment, by Baybars Altuntas Startup Compass shows every entrepreneur the right way to proceed on his entrepreneurship journey by organizing all the steps, from beginning to end. This is referred to as the rising steps of successful entrepreneurship. The Startup Compass is like the four seasons of the year. The first season is the level of wannapreneurship. The second season is the stage of starting up a business. This stage has three important sub-steps: innovation, entrepreneurship, and marketing and sales. The third season is the growth stage. This stage includes branding, institutionalization, and franchising. Lastly, the fourth season is the maturity stage: leadership and angel investment. Startup Compass also shows you how to initiate a business from scratch. It clearly shows that, if you are a real entrepreneur, you don’t need finance to start your business. You just need a network and an ability to see the idle capacity of your network. Creating a tailor-made business model for a business in your network will be a win-win situation for you and your network member as well. The Altuntas Startup Compass helps you adjust your mindset in a way that can lead to your becoming a business angel to yourself by following the principles of the Startup Compass with the roadmap of the Startup Compass in your hand. Follow the rising steps of the entrepreneurial journey from scratch to angel investment. Learn how to convert idle capacity to cash to initiate your business from scratch. The University of Sheffield's research on the theory is available at: https://issuu.com/wbaforum/docs/altuntas_startup_compass_theory
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European Business Angels Investment Forum '2014
 
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European Business Angels Investment Forum '2014, 15. - 16. december 2014
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Private Investments Network to Business Angels Networks
 
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Private Investments Network to Business Angels Networks More info: www.privateinvestmentsnetwork.com
"What does it mean to be an Angel Investor?" - NORCAT Hot Topics Series
 
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"What does it mean to be an Angel Investor?" - with Randall Howard (General Partner, VERDEXUS), Lance Laking (Director, IAF) and Karen Grant (Executive Director, Angel One Investor Network) Over the past ten years angel investing has become an integral part of the investment capital landscape in Canada. What is it? Why should you care? How much money do you need to get involved? What role can angel investors play beyond just giving money? For many Canadians, angel investing presents an exciting opportunity to leverage your experience and networks to help a start-up venture become a global business. View previous Hot Topic videos and learn about upcoming events at www.norcat.org.
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European Business Angels Investment Forum
 
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EBAF2014 - 14-16 December 2014, Istanbul - Turkey
COIN - Co-Invest with Angel Networks
 
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Email [email protected] for more information. InEn is our investment platform, which is white-labelled and licensed to Angel Networks. This means each Angel Network has their own private portal, with their branding, for their Investors and Entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs submit their opportunity to our clients, these clients receive organised information (company details, raise, valuation, business model, documentation etc), our clients can approve or reject the company. If they approve it, it is showcased on their platform to their Investors. Investors can view the documents, enter a due diligence room, post comments and enter chat rooms with fellow Investors to discuss the deal privately or enter chat rooms with the Entrepreneur to ask questions. The platform provides reporting, your portfolio summary and ongoing engagement with the team behind the venture. COIN is our co-investment platform which allows our clients to share deals with fellow Angel Networks and High-Net-Worth individuals to co-invest together. You can co-invest alongside Business Angel Investors. If you are an Angel Network you can license our platform for free to start co-investing today. If you are an individual High-Net-Worth you can join COIN today to view opportunities part-funded by Angel Networks. You can view features of the platform here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROntrTGWCxk&t=186s
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Business Funding Pitching Events: Linking Entrepreneurs with Angel Investors - Angels Den
 
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Angels Den (http://www.angelsden.com) connects entrepreneurs and business owners that need funding with Angel Investors (High Net Worth individuals) through business funding pitching events. Angels Den is one of the largest Global Angel Networks with over 4000 Angels registered worldwide with links to thousands more via syndicates and funds. Contact us on +44 (0)203 318 0230 / [email protected]
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Investor Overview
 
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Email [email protected] for more information. InEn is our investment platform, which is white-labelled and licensed to Angel Networks. This means each Angel Network has their own private portal, with their branding, for their Investors and Entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs submit their opportunity to our clients, these clients receive organised information (company details, raise, valuation, business model, documentation etc), our clients can approve or reject the company. If they approve it, it is showcased on their platform to their Investors. Investors can view the documents, enter a due diligence room, post comments and enter chat rooms with fellow Investors to discuss the deal privately or enter chat rooms with the Entrepreneur to ask questions. The platform provides reporting, your portfolio summary and ongoing engagement with the team behind the venture. COIN is our co-investment platform which allows our clients to share deals with fellow Angel Networks and High-Net-Worth individuals to co-invest together. You can co-invest alongside Business Angel Investors. If you are an Angel Network you can license our platform for free to start co-investing today. If you are an individual High-Net-Worth you can join COIN today to view opportunities part-funded by Angel Networks.
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Padmaja Ruparel | President, Indian Angel Network | Rubaru with TIOL Tube
 
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Rubaru with TIOL Tube India is witnessing a surge in entrepreneurial and start up ventures post Modi Government’s initiative of Start-up and Make In India. Many of these new ventures are supported and invested in by Angel Investors who invest in start-ups from their own personal funds. Ms Padmaja Ruparel, President of one of the biggest Angel Investors Networks, Indian Angel Network (IAN), spoke to TIOL Tube about the spectrum, potential, innovativeness, possibilities and challenges faced by promising Indian Start-Up ventures and the significance of investments helping Indian Economy grow many folds.
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Angel Investment Trends & What to Include in a Pitch Pack with Ed Stephens: #48
 
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Ed Stephens is London Director of the Angel Investment Network (https://www.angelinvestmentnetwork.co.uk). Set up 10+ years ago, AIN match investors with start up opportunities and with a network of 7,000 active investors, they’re one of the “go to” angel networks. With a huge volume of traffic crossing their desk, AIN are able to learn and advise by the law of large numbers, spotting trends in a fast moving market. Ed provides fascinating insight into the current state of angel investing market and what they (and their investors) look for with investee companies. More info available: https://www.angelinvestmentnetwork.co.uk Follow Ed on Twitter: @ed_stephens_1 WHAT IS LAWYERFAIR.CO.UK? LawyerFair helps businesses find the right lawyer, at the fairest price. Our bespoke service matches the legal needs of businesses with a pre-approved panel of commercial lawyers, who compete for the work. Our rigorous selection policy for panel lawyers combined with a competitive tendering process, helps provide our customers with good quality lawyers, at the most competitive price. Our service costs nothing to use. How It Works 1. Confidentially Submit your Legal Request to LawyerFair 2. We match your request with pre-approved commercial lawyers who compete for your work 3. You compare lawyer profiles and fee proposals 3a (if required). We'll put you in direct contact with each lawyer to answer any specific questions 4. Select the right lawyer, at the fairest price Find the best lawyer for your business at http://www.lawyerfair.co.uk/
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Entrepreneur Feedback From Investment Pitching Event | Angels Den
 
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Angels Den (www.angelsden.com) connects business owners that need funding with Angel Investors (High Net Worth individuals) and provides a fast-track to business funding. Angels Den is one of the largest Global Angel Networks with over 4000 Angels registered worldwide with links to thousands more via syndicates and funds. Contact us on +44 (0)203 318 0230 / [email protected] Angels Den is the only company to offer pitching to Angels on a one-to-one basis through its unique and exciting SpeedFunding™ events. This is a great way to get your business funded with 90% of business owners finding at least one interested Angel at these events. Over 5,000 individual pitches, on average, take place a year between business owners and investors giving our business owners the best chance of securing funding. Angels Den also runs free Business Funding Clinics where you can chat to an Angels Den expert and get advice on your business and whether you are ready to go through the investment process. Angels Den will always give you honest feedback and support. Our Angel Clubs gives established businesses the opportunity to pitch to a team of potential shareholders with a wealth of experience and gives Angel Investors the chance to meet a small number of businesses pre-screened to their specific investment criteria, and the opportunity to co-invest with other like-minded Angels. We have Regional Managers in your area dedicated to supporting you and providing guidance throughout the process. As well as making the right introductions between Entrepreneurs and Angels, they will always give you honest feedback; if your business is weak in any area we'll let you know and give you access to information and resources to help you address those weaknesses.
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How to Fundraise through Angel Networks | MAP15 Master Class with Laura McKenzie
 
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For many startup founders, financing is one of the most challenging parts of building a business. Many prominent companies such as Facebook and Uber have raised funds through angel investors. We are very pleased to host Laura McKenzie, CEO and Director of Scale Investors, at this Master Class on Fundraising through Angel Networks. Laura will share her insights on why, when and how to approach angel networks to invest in your startup. This is a must attend session for all early stage founders and aspiring entrepreneurs, limited spaces so please book early! Topics - What are angel networks? - Why and how to raise funds through angel networks? - How are angel networks different to individual investors? - How is angel investing different to venture capital? - How to evaluate angel networks? ↬ Want to learn more? Sign up for the MAP newsletter to stay up to date on the latest upcoming Master Classes and events. ↬ Sign me up: http://bit.ly/2nJSbUe ↬ Connect with us https://www.facebook.com/MAPUniMelb https://www.instagram.com/mapunimelb/ https://twitter.com/mapunimelb About Laura McKenzie Laura McKenzie is the CEO and Director of Scale Investors, a network of 70 angels who have invested over $3 million in 6 businesses. Laura brings 15 years experience in corporate finance, microfinance and venture capital to Scale. She has worked with PwC, Opportunity International and Starfish Ventures across three continents. Her expertise includes identifying, valuing and managing portfolios of innovative companies. She is passionate about unlocking the potential of early stage business and connecting female entrepreneurs with capital. Laura is a member of the organising committee for the Nexus Australian Youth Summit, on innovative philanthropy and social entrepreneurship. She is a Williamson Fellow.
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JENNY TOOTH, Managing Director, Angel Capital Innovations and British Business Angels Network UK
 
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A couple of questions at the ImMediaTe Cross-Media Summit Rome, April 7-8, 2011
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E713: All #AskJason, PT2: How to break into VC, building social networks, & the meaning of success
 
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In this Part 2 episode, Jason continues to answer questions from founders and superfans -- from convincing an angel investor that being a solo founder is good to starting a social network, from advice around risk-taking to the future of transportation and housing. Plus, find out what he is passionate about outside of angel investing and how he defines success. For full show notes, subscribe to http://thisweekinstartups.com/about/#allsubscribe
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