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ANGEL INVESTORS PANEL

How to invest in Web 3.0

  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM ET
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CALLING ALL INNOVATIVE EARLY-STAGE STARTUPS TO PITCH


(Application Deadline - Jun 05)

CONNECT WITH TOP ANGEL INVESTORS

We are bringing together leading angel investors to offer practical and valuable insight for tech founders raising early stage capital and fellow angels. The panel will cover investment strategies, what angels seek in a startup, deal structures, opportunities, and more.

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    2:00 PM - 3:30 PM ET

About us
About us

Past Panelists

SC Moatti
MANAGING PARTNER
LinkedIn

SC Moatti is a technology visionary and investor.

She is the Founding Managing Partner of Mighty Capital; the Founding CEO of Products That Count and a lecturer on technology and investing at the business schools of Stanford and Columbia Universities. Previously, she built products that billions of people use at Facebook and Nokia and also serves on boards of both public and private companies, including mobile technology giant Opera Software (OPERA:Oslo).

CHRIS FRONDA
CO-FOUNDER & CEO
LinkedIn

As a former Product Manager for a Fortune 1000 company, Chris knows how challenging it can be to get the right information into the hands of the sales department, distributors, and customers, to help them better self-service and scale institutional knowledge. As a 10+ year software developer, he knows how challenging it can be to choose the right software platforms for your business, and how expensive and lengthy it is to build anything custom.

At Logictry, they are helping organizations overcome both the knowledge transfer and software development challenges, and streamlining their business for success. They are doing this with a part no-code / part full-code platform that they are calling a Logic Management System.

HALL T. MARTIN
FOUNDER & CEO
LinkedIn

(PANEL MODERATOR)

Hall launched TEN Capital as the Texas Entrepreneur Networks in 2009. Today, the firm has over 12,000 investors in its network, and has helped startups raise over $700M and counting. He serves as the Vice-Chair of the Baylor Angel Network. He previously led the Central Texas Angel Network (CTAN) as its first Executive Director, where he achieved over a 40X return for the investors.

He is the founder and director of the Texas Open Angel Network, which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to the education of angel investors. As a part of that program, he hosts the Investor Connect podcast series. He is also a Founder and initial Managing Director of SKU (Incubation Station), a consumer product goods accelerator based in Austin, Texas, and the former Managing Director of AccelerateNFC, an accelerator based in Dallas, Texas, focusing on Near Field Communication. He also serves as an Adjunct Professor for the University of Texas, leading the Idea to IP program, which fosters startups from the engineering program.

Past Presenters

CHASE T. PRIEVE

FOUNDER

JAMES MULFORD

FOUNDER & CEO

CHRISTOPHER DANIELS

CEO

Olusegun A. Ishmael

Founder & CEO

Claudine Halpern

CEO

Matt Sparks

Founder & CEO

Sparky Technologies

AGENDA

Jun 08, 2022

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM ET
2:00 PM - 2:05 PM CHECK IN & WELCOME NOTE
2:05 PM - 2:10 PM INTRODUCTION
2:10 PM - 2:55 PM PANEL DISCUSSION
2:55 PM - 3:30 PM STARTUP PRESENTATIONS

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FAQs

Angel investors are individuals who finance a company or firms in the form of convertible debt or equity in return for the promise of a future financial return.

Angel Investors take a company’s evaluation into consideration to decide the percentage of ownership they take. They are then paid back in relation to the ownership they have in the company they invested in.

Angel Investors usually inquire about a company’s business idea, what big problem does it solve, what is unique about the company, market opportunities, competitors, key members, relevant experience of the core team and so on.

Silent investors are individuals who invest in a company without being part of any of the business activities. They don’t make decisions or attend meetings.

There are many ways to attract angel investors. You need to network a lot and send out your business idea out there loud. One of the best ways to find and meet investors is to join a startup accelerator or a startup ecosystem.

Angel Investors rely on multiple of things to find a suitable startup to invest in. They find startups through personal networks, startup pitch competitions, events, demo days, and certain platforms that allow them to find startups of their interest.

Find angel investors of your niche, show them your business idea, state accurate numbers pertaining to your business and convince them to invest in your company. Another way to find angel investors is to join a startup ecosystem.