Georgetown Angels NYC Sept 26th Angel / VC Pitch & Network Event

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Goodwin Procter - The New York Times Building

620 8th Avenue

New York, NY 10018

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Georgetown Angels

New York City Angel / VC Pitch & Network Event

Network with Angels and VCs, hear pitches from leading startups and learn about Georgetown Angels. Non Georgetown angels, VCs, entrepreneurs, corporate development execs and anyone supporting the entrepreneurship ecosystem is welcome to join us.

Insight Panel: Fund Raising & Strategies for Success

Shai Goldman, 500Startups


Charlie O'Donnell, Brooklyn Bridge Ventures

Weston Gaddy, Bain Capital Ventures

Scott Birnbaum, Red Sea Ventures

Katheleen Utecht, Comcast Ventures Comcast Ventures

5:00 PM: Registration, coffee & networking

6:00 PM: VC / M&A Insight Panel

6:45 PM: Introduction to Georgetown Angels

6:55 PM: Five carefully vetted startup pitches (5 min each): HospitalityTech, FinTech, Employment Saas/tech and DataAnalyticTech selected from over 1,000 candidate startups. Non-presenting entrepreneurs are welcome to attend.

7:30 PM: Reception, food, networking & Q&A with presenting companies, speakers & delegates

9:00 PM: Event close

Who Should Attend?

Angels & VC's interested in early stage companies

Entrepreneurs looking to network, learn and connect

Corporate Development professionals looking for partners & talent

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Georgetown Angels is a private venture capital company and is not associated or endorsed by Georgetown University. Angel investments involve a high degree of risk, and are only suitable for "accredited investors" as defined by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The information contained within this message is not an offer to purchase or solicitation to sell securities or any other financial instrument of any kind.

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Goodwin Procter - The New York Times Building

620 8th Avenue

New York, NY 10018

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Organizer of Georgetown Angels NYC Sept 26th Angel / VC Pitch & Network Event

Georgetown Angels is a VC fund combined with a premier angel investing group. We invest in later stage seed and series A & B venture capital financing rounds of technology startups. Our network of angels benefits both the companies we invest in and our members. Utilizing the collective contacts of our global angel network enables our portfolio companies access to capital and strategic relationships resulting in partnerships, talent, advisory boards, key customer introductions and leading venture capital firms for follow on funding. Our angel investors benefit from pooling deal flow, due diligence from relevant subject matter experts, capital, administrative resources and reporting and most of all adding value to our portfolio companies.

We are actively seeking additional angel investors from around the world to join our network. We enable angel investors to invest on a deal-by-deal basis. We believe sharing deal flow, due diligence and teaming up to back startups makes business sense for both investors and entrepreneurs. Our angel investors benefit from pooling deal flow, due diligence from relevant subject matter experts, capital, administrative resources and reporting and most of all adding value to our portfolio companies.

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