Angel Fund Investment Seminar

The seminar is designed for applicants of the North East Angel Fund and provides key information on the aspects of venture capital involved in the Fund, the application process and how to work with us and other investors. Understand the Fund and what we are looking for in more detail and enhance your chances of success. This is an interactive seminar designed for anyone who has a Business Plan and is considering an approach to the Fund. You will meet the investment team of the North East Angel Fund who will provide you with insights into the investors’ perspective on venture capital. You will also pick up first hand knowledge on these key issues and more: - What investors are looking for when assessing a Business Plan - The key features of the Fund and stages of the Rivers application and investment process - How Rivers engages with Business Angels to raise additional capital for its companies - What happens after investment: Added Value - What are the risks and costs involved when raising venture capital
Venue: Gateshead International Business Centre
Cost: Free
Email: info
Phone: 0191 230 63 7

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