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Intro to Angel Investing: 2-Part Series (Dec. 7 & 14)

December 14 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

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One event on December 14, 2020 at 3:00 pm

Do you take pride in making your own money?

Investing in startups can be a gamechanger for your financial future, allowing you to build wealth and deploy your capital in direct accordance with your values.

How Women Invest has trained hundreds of women through the Introduction to Angel Investing training series taught by Nancy Hayes.

Nancy has served as a senior executive in a Fortune 5 corporation, CEO of 2 non-profit organizations, Dean of a large college of business, and CFO of a state university. She consults on leadership, careers, and organizational effectiveness with a special emphasis on coaching women executives. She is also an active angel investor with a portfolio of more than 25 women-led companies.

 

Part I: December 7, 3:00-4:30 PM

    • Angels and VCs – who they are and how they work
    • Who is eligible to be an angel investor and risks/considerations
    • How to determine how much to set aside for investing in startups
    • What kinds of companies angels and VCs invest in
    • Status of women funders and women founders

 

Part II: Monday, December 14, 3:00-4:30 PM

    • The Funding Process
    • Valuation – how investors determine the company’s value
    • Capitalization Tables
    • Forms of Investment – Equity, Convertible Notes, SAFEs

 

Please note: one ticket includes both sessions.

Details

Date:
December 14
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Event Categories:
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Website:
https://www.howwomenlead.com/events-1/intro-to-angel-investing-december

Venue

Virtual

Details

Date:
December 14
Time:
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Event Categories:
,
Website:
https://www.howwomenlead.com/events-1/intro-to-angel-investing-december

Venue

Virtual
10,000+

high-growth startups—across all 50 states and DC—raised venture funding in 2019 to build and grow their businesses.

42%

of all U.S. IPOs from 1974 to 2015 were venture-backed companies, representing 63% of the market capitalization and 85% of R&D.

2.9 million

is the average net jobs created annually between 1980 and 2010 by high-growth startups, which account for ~50% of gross jobs created in the U.S.

1,300+

U.S. venture firms are active today, managing an aggregate of $444 billion in assets.