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June 01, 2005

MIT Enterprise Forum Presents “Angel Groups in Action: Funding Early Stage Innovation” as June Global Broadcast Program

WHEN: Wednesday, June 1, 2005
WHERE: Jon M Huntsman Hall, F38, 3730 Walnut Street, Philadelphia
CONTACT: Robert Barrimond, robert.barrimond@alum.mit.edu, (610) 308-7334
TIME: 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. (Please arrive before 7 p.m. to easily get through security.)
COST: $5 (Please RSVP online by clicking here before June 1.)

You’re an entrepreneur at a crucial junction in the early stage of your company. Your choices are to pull your bootstraps so tight they cut off circulation, ask the bank to further extend your loan, and deliver your elevator pitch at the next family function.

Or you can talk to an Angel.

The MIT Enterprise Forum, Inc. presents a rare insider’s look into the ever increasing role of Angel Investing in early stage technologies. Featuring a panel of experts from across the country, “Angel Groups in Action” will close the knowledge gap entrepreneurs and the tech community have of the practices and principles of angel investing.

Produced in association with the Angel Capital Association, program attendees and viewers will learn:

Featured panelists include Ed Roberts ’57, MIT Sloan School of Management Professor and Founder of the MIT Entrepreneurship Center; James Geshwiler GM ’00, Chairman of the Angel Capital Association and Managing Director of Common Angels; and Dan Roach (moderator), of Brown & Brown LLP.

Posted by webmaster at June 1, 2005 06:30 PM

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