Raising Capital From Angel Investors

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On April 29, 2015, I switched out of my role as legal counsel and into my role as an angel investor to provide a few tips to young entrepreneurs at the 2015 Funding Roadshow in Vancouver.  My presentation topic was “Finding Angel Investors and Convincing Them to Give You Money: Tips from an Angel”.  The purpose of the talk was to give an over-view. 

The topic really lends itself to a full day work-shop split into a morning session on how to find angel investors likely interested in investing in your company and afternoon session on pitching to angel investors.   The time went by very quickly and the feedback was positive.

Here is are my slides from the presentation:

Alixe Cormick is the founder of Venture Law Corporation in Vancouver, British Columbia and a member of Commercialization Advisory Board of the Life Science Institute at the University of British Columbia, the Advisory Board of the National Crowdfunding Association and two private tech companies. She is also a member of the Pacific Northwest Keiretsu Forum, an association of accredited private equity angel investors, venture capitalists and corporate/institutional investors, and Vantech Angel Technology Network, a Vancouver angel group. You can reach Alixe by phone at 604-659-9188, by email at acormick@venturelawcorp.com, on twitter at @AlixeCormick or on Google+ at +AlixeCormick.
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Raising Capital From Angel Investors
Presentation slides on finding angel investors and convincing them to give you money. Includes how to value your company, best steps, pitch deck and stats.
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Venture Law Corporation
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