This is a presentation that Bill did At the Universtity of Illinois – CLICK HERE to view the slideshow presentation that goes along with this video.
Archive for April, 2009
Click on the play button to listen to this podcast. [mp3player:/businessjivepodcast.mp3] “Bill Payne was an angel investor long before angel investing was cool. As the Entrepreneur in Residence of the Kauffman Foundation, he’s the closest thing this nation has to an Entrepreneur Laureate.”
Click on the play button to listen to this podcast. [mp3player:/fundinguniversepodcast2.mp3] Part II of the Interview with Brock Blake from Funding Universe. To view part 1: CLICK HERE
Click on the play button to listen to this podcast. [mp3player:/fundinguniversepodcast1.mp3] “Bill is, bar-none, the nation’s leading expert on angel investing. No one else in the country has spoken at more events, consulted more startups, and advised more angel groups. He is the current Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and a regular speaker […]
Naval Ravikant and Babak Nivi, the guys behind the great entrepreneurial blog VentureHacks, recently participated in the AngelConf event that Paul Graham produced to help spread the word about angel investing. There they gave a great 30 minute presentation about how prospective angels should find deals, work with portfolio companies, and approach angel investing in […]
Roger Ehrenberg, one of the smartest and most active Angel Investors in New York (and a member of Angelsoft-based New York Angels) recently led a $1.25 million angel financing of Domdex, an exciting new company in the Internet marketing space. In this interview from the DailyDeal with Mary Kathleen Flynn, Roger discusses the new breed […]
What does this tool do? Once your company has received funding, this tool helps track your deal terms. You can also track the percentage of your company owned by each investor. Who will see the information I enter here? When an investor commits funds to your company, they will be brought to a similar page […]
Three Code provisions give preferential tax treatment to equity investments in certain small business corporations. These corporations continue to be 1 Vote(s) Read the original article here.
This a comprehensive resource for startups and their entrepreneurs and Angel Investors. It covers most aspects of company formation, business plans, 1 Vote(s) Read the original article here.
After years of individual investment, angels began banding together in the early ’90s to form organized groups. Now angel groups are creating syndic1 Vote(s) Read the original article here.