Angel Resource Institute At Willamette University Invests In New Orleans Startup Community With Angel Investing Workshop
NEW ORLEANS, LA – Angel Resource Institute at Willamette University (ARI) is hosting the Angel Investing Overview workshop at the New Orleans BioInnovation Center on Wednesday, November 11, 2015.
ARI’s Angel Investing – An Overview is the leading seminar for educating angel investors, entrepreneurs, and startup support professionals about how to execute the angel investment process.
For nearly 10 years, Angel Investing – An Overview has been the education seminar of choice for growing, strengthening, and developing the skill sets of early stage deal participants throughout the U.S. and world.
Event organizers said Angel groups and investors that apply the skills taught in this exclusive seminar can improve their investment process, create improved deal flow, and raise the odds of realizing successful exits. Entrepreneurs will gain a better understanding of how investors operate, behave, and what they expect, giving their startup a significant advantage in solidifying a successful deal. Startup support professionals can increase the value of their services to clients and constituencies when they can more effectively advise them on executing the angel investment process.
Angel Investing – An Overview will teach the fundamentals of angel investing in an interactive, classroom-style format that includes presentations, distinguished panel discussions, and case studies, covering the topics of: Is Angel Investing Right for You?, Portfolio Strategy, Due Diligence, Deal Structuring, Valuation Methodologies and the Post-Investment Relationship.
This seminar will be taught by ARI’s renowned and certified lead instructor Troy Knauss who has more than 20 years of experience in family, growth and start-up businesses. In addition to his angel investing activities, Knauss is an exited entrepreneur with start-up and growth management experience in food processing, brand building, software development, and eCommerce sales channels. Knauss is an active investor in over forty companies.
Like all of ARI’s programs, the content of Angel Investing – An Overview is based on the experiences and best practices of the Angel Capital Association’s (ACA) 190 member groups that represent approximately 8,000 individual investors. Program attendees have the confidence that ARI’s program content is vetted and solid.
This comprehensive event is open to all investors, entrepreneurs, incubator members, students and local development leaders who want to learn the basics of angel investing or deepen their current knowledge.
Early bird pricing ends October 31, 2015, and special discounts are available for students and members of incubators.