Archives for Agenda - Page 2

Angel Investing… Here to Stay – Trends in Angel Capital

Tuesday – November 29, 2011 1030 – 1130 Description: Angel Investing is the oldest form of capital for growth ventures. This panel discusses the origins of Angel capital, the current state of Angel capital as examined by the OECD, and the new models for organizing, structuring and deploying Angel capital. Moderator: Paul Cataford Participants: Karen E. Wilson Colin Mason Marianne Hudson Glen Egan
Continue Reading...

Mentorship (Pre-conference Workshop B)

Monday – November 28, 2011 1000 – 1500 Description: A preconference workshop examining and practicing the best practices in mentoring investee companies. Mentoring is a key success factor in angel investing. The mortality of businesses is due in large part by inadequate administrative or policy decisions, lack of skills and / or experience of the leaders. The support structures ...
Continue Reading...

Due Diligence (Pre-conference Workshop A)

Monday – November 28, 2011 1000 – 1500 Description: A preconference workshop examining and practicing the best practices in due diligence Effective due diligence is one of the most critical steps in successful angel investing. This half day workshop takes the angel investor through the key issues that will determine major risk factors and deal breakers. The workshop emphasizes ...
Continue Reading...

image-14

image-14

Follow-On Investment Forum (FOIF)

Grow Your Halo Effect… View presentations by selected Angel-backed companies at the NAO-Ontario Follow-On Investment Forum (FOIF) – on the first day of the 2011 National Angel Summit. These companies will be selected by a volunteer committee of leading Angel investors and prepared to make their case for follow-on finance by Angels, then introduced at the FOIF ...
Continue Reading...

Track 1 – ICT

Wednesday – November 30, 2011 0830 – 1000 Description: ICT has become the biggest sector attracting Angel capital in Canada in recent years according to the 2010 National Angel Activity Survey. This panel examines co-investment between Angels and VCs to take companies from idea to exit in a capital scarce economy. Moderator: Ormonde Benson Participants: Kirk Simpson Peter Carrescia Christopher Voutsinas
Continue Reading...