Presenter: Tom McKaskill, CPA, Ph.D
Angel Investors are typically high net worth individuals
who wish to invest a portion of their wealth in emerging
firms. They contribute to these firms through funding,
mentoring and coaching, industry connections, assisting
them to establish effective internal controls, governance
systems and performance setting and monitoring systems and
preparing them for further investment or an exit.
Angels are active investors who bring industry knowledge
and wisdom to assist in the development of an early stage
venture. Often these ventures have inexperienced management
with early stage products in emerging markets. Angels
typically invest in several ventures a year and spend one
to several days with each venture a month. The challenges
faced by novice Angels are generating a deal flow,
undertaking due diligence and valuation, structuring the
investment agreement and managing the investment.
This presentation will demonstrate how potential Angels can
develop their own capability to work in this area either
alone or in an Angel network.
30 minutes to 1 hour
entrepreneurs, professionals and corporate executives who
have the wealth to invest in emerging companies. No limit
to number of attendees.
Lecture style with questions
and answers at the end.
Information: Participants should read the ebook
written by Professor McKaskill on this strategy.
Participants should acquire
the ebook written by Professor McKaskill on this strategy.
McKaskill, T (2009), An Introduction to Angel Investing – A
guide to investing in early stage entrepreneurial ventures,
Breakthrough Publications, Melbourne, Australia. Available
for free at www.drexit.net