League of Entrepreneurs: Angel Investors in Tech Growth Companies

Want to become an Angel Investor?

Or meet like-minded Angel Investors from around the world, develop your investing knowledge and get opportunities to support exciting young companies?

Then please come along to our Angel Investor Meetup with David Ovens COO at Archangel Investors on Tuesday 28th January at 6:00pm in the offices of Cazenove Capital in Edinburgh.






Image of David Ovens of Archangels at the Angel Investor Meetup on 28th Jan 2020



POSSIBLE BENEFITS TO BECOMING AN ANGEL INVESTOR:

Do something more exciting with your money
Partner with Entrepreneurs who can change the world
Benefit from Income Tax Relief and CGT Exemption
Possibly, maybe get a better return from your assets
Your Capital Will be at Risk!






AGENDA:
6:00pm – Arrivals with food and drink

6:30pm – Fireside Chat and Q&A with David Ovens

7:15pm – Entrepreneur Pitches

8:00pm – Networking with refreshments

9:00pm – Close



WHO IS THIS EVENT FOR?
This event is for Aspiring and Self Certified Angel Investors / High Net Worth Individuals – people who want to help make Scotland the most entrepreneurial country in the world.



ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKER – David Ovens
Archangels is the oldest continuously operating business angel syndicate in the World and David has responsibility for the day to day management of Archangels’ Investees many of whom are the most exciting tech & life science startups in Scotland.

Picture of David Ovens of Archangels

David is an experienced corporate financier, having worked for Samuel Montagu & Company Limited, Noble Grossart Limited and Noble & Company Limited, before setting up Invercap, a corporate advisory and investment firm based in Edinburgh.

You can become a member of Archangel Investors here archangelsonline.com



ARE YOU AN ENTREPRENEUR/ADVISER?
We do allow a small number of Entrepreneurs and Advisers to attend this event. We also offer support for those who want to pitch for investment.



WOULD YOU LIKE TO PITCH AT THIS EVENT?
We offer the following support for those who want to pitch for investment:

A presentation template that enables you to get an Angel Investors attention and a meeting afterwards
30 minutes coaching session to ensure you make the most of your opportunity
A 15-minute Pitch and Q&A opportunity at The Angel Investor Meetup
A 30-minute de-brief/coaching session afterwards to guide your next steps

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More Information

The League of Entrepreneurs (LoE) is a virtual, global network of technology entrepreneurs that shares and communicates on the Slack platform. We believe in data, metrics, lean methodologies, and scientific, disciplined approach to building new global technology ventures rapidly. Amongst other offerings, we host monthly "Ask Me Anything" sessions with Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and venture capitalists on our Slack channel. We also are building local chapters for face-to-face intervention. Our local chapter in Edinburgh was born from CofoundersLab Scotland, founded and organized by Michael Clouser and James Schoemark. We continue same themes as envisioned by CoFoundersLab for its once-international network of local chapters, including creating a positive, motivating environment where entrepreneurs can find cofounders, in the midst of interactive meetings where entrepreneurs are encouraged to "get up and pitch" and tell us about what they are looking for not only in terms of cofounders, but also in terms of mentors, advisors, investors, and interns. We used a combination of straight presentations and Fireside Chats to engage with our guest entrepreneurs, which have included Rob Jones (formerly of Fanduel), Mike Ramsay (founder of Tivo and Silicon Valley venture capitalist with NEA), and local serial and social impact entrepreneur, Daniel Winterstein. We hold monthly meetings in Edinburgh, and are strong supporters of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), hosting and supporting numerous events in Edinburgh and Glasgow during the month of November. We also throw the annual Startups Christmas party for startup professionals, friends and family in Edinburgh, and invite those from all over Scotland to attend. We are currently growing our global network virtually, as well as seeking partners for local chapters around the world.