📅 Wed 23rd of November, 19:00-21:00 - 1h panel to be followed by Q&A and networking session 📍 Seedrs Office - 142-146 Old Street, EC1V 9BW 🎫 To secure your spot, please register at: bit.ly/JVangelpanel
Are you interested in angel investing but have no idea where to start? Did you recently start writing small checks and want to learn more about angel strategy? Or perhaps you'd like to learn how you can add more value as an angel. Come and join us for a panel with seasoned angels to learn more about how to source, evaluate and invest into new ventures.
Roxane Sanguinetti - GHCO Head of Strategy, active angel investor with Alma Angels. Invested in companies like HANX, 50inTech, and more recently Alpher - a female-first investment platform.
Matthew Stafford - 9others co-founder, has made 23 angel investments to date of which what3words, Coconut and Desmond&Dempsey were just a few of them.
Louise Harvey - Institutional Investment Team at Seedrs. Has invested into 40+ businesses on Seedrs, including Oddbox, BUX and COAT Paints. She also invested into the LP Funds raised with Seedrs, Passion Capital and Jamjar
Nick Green - Runs the new Seed fund at Active Partners, having spent the last 10 years working at high growth startups including Deliveroo, MealPal & Weezy. He has been a prolific angel investor over the last 10 years with a portfolio of nearly 50 companies including Lick, Mob Kitchen, Juro, Suri, Shellworks, Julienne Bruno and many more.
Emmie Faust - Exited founder, angel investor and passionate about supporting women. Emmie has recently launched Female Founders Rise to champion female founders and in 2023 will be launching a micro-fund to invest in impact-led female businesses. Her investments include Loanhood, BYP, KanKan, Seep and Mamamade.📈 For context: It is estimated that only 14% of angel investors in the UK are women. Whilst this figure is significant, we believe it is crucial to continue driving an increase in female investors. Between 2012 and 2021, female angels invested £2.3bn into c.4,100 UK businesses. Interestingly, 25% of the businesses backed by those female angels had a female founder. This is significantly higher than the industry average, with female-founded companies in Europe having received only c.1.3% of VC funding since 2017
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