Accredited and non-accredited investors, as well as anyone interested in investing who wants to learn more about angel investing, are invited to the first of a series of workshops at the West Chester University Graduate Center designed to help individuals become successful angel investors.
The workshop – entitled “Introduction to Angel Investing” and presented in collaboration with the Dr. Edwin Cottrell Entrepreneurial Leadership Center at WCU, the Ideas x Innovation Network (i2n), and the Keiretsu Forum Mid-Atlantic – will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 28 from 7:30-10:30 AM.
i2n is an initiative of the Chester County Economic Development Council that supports emerging growth businesses throughout their entire life cycle.
Attendees will have the opportunity to network with other angel investors and learn:
- the importance of angel investing
- qualifications of an angel investor
- challenges of angel investing in today’s ecosystem
- key components of a funding presentation
- how an angel gets to “yes”
- investment opportunities in the Mid-Atlantic/West Chester region
The workshop will be moderated by Howard Lubert, Co-Founder and Area President of the Keiretsu Forum Mid-Atlantic and South-East Regions. Lubert brings more than 30 years of private equity and angel investing to the program, and he believes that education is fundamental to securing successful early-stage investments.
Understanding the fundamentals of how to execute early-stage investment deals, including due diligence, is the key to increasing investment returns and growing successful companies.
This event is not intended for entrepreneurs seeking funding.
Advance registration is required. Click here to register.