Co-Sponsored by Wharton and Seattle Business School Alliance.
Following up on their Pitch Clinic, we are pleased to invite you to an “Introduction to Angel Investing” presented by the experts at Alliance of Angels. This is co-sponsored by the Seattle Business School Alliance, so please join fellow alumni from the top B-schools in the country as we gain insight into the world of angel investing on Wed, Sep 9th.
Registration here: http://www.whartonseattle.com/store.html?show_item=1146
Presented by Alliance of Angels
Angel investors are individuals who provide capital and advice to local early-stage businesses with high growth potential. The asset class has demonstrated exceptional annual returns in excess of 20% over a long period of time.
Join veteran angel investor Gregg Bennett for an interactive workshop on Angel Investing:
- Overview of the asset class
- Expected risks/returns
- How it fits within an individual portfolio
- Best practices for navigating the asset class
Gregg Bennett is Vice Chair of the Alliance of Angels, a Seattle-based group of 100 angel investors. He has 10+ years of angel investing experience and has invested in 25+ companies, including CoinStar. Previously, he founded and grew a health care information company to $125M in revenue and executed a successful exit.
About Alliance of Angels
Alliance of Angels is a group of more than 100 investors who fund and mentor early stage companies based in the Pacific Northwest. It is recognized as one of the most active angel groups in the nation, having invested over $80 million in more than 200 early stage companies since 1997. To learn more, visit www.allianceofangels.com.
What: Alliance of Angels Intro to Angel Investing
When: Wednesday, Sep. 9, 2015, 6p – 8p
Where: Zillow HQ, 1301 2nd Ave., 30th Floor, Seattle, WA
Who: Seattle Business School Alliance Alumni and their guests
Cost: $5.00 per person / free for Wharton dues-paying members
Please note that while food will not be served during the event, non-alcoholic beverages will be available.
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