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TableCrowd’s dinner with Angels Den: what are angel investors really looking for?

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18:45-22:00 Wed 18 Jan, 2017 The Angel 73 City Road, London, London, EC1Y 1BD Add this: Google Calendar or Other calendar
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Enjoy dinner drinks and a chance to meet
Bill Morrow is founder and CEO at Angels Den, which connects businesses with angel investors. He’ll be talking about what angel investors are really looking for when they decide to invest. And he knows a few! 300 new angel investors join them every month and they now operate in 10 countries,

This dinner is perfect for…
Founders, CEOs, entrepreneurs and those planning to fundraise for their business.

The dinner conversation will be…
Bill will draw on his 12 years’ experience of working with angel investors to talk about:
✓ Choosing the right route to fund your business (angels, VCs or crowdfunding).
✓ Choosing the right angels (94% of the companies they have funded over the years are still in business).
✓ What angels are looking for in the companies they invest in.
✓ Tips on pitching to angels (the do’s and don’ts).
Expect a lively talk and honest and frank advice in the Q&A.

Who’s Bill Morrow?
Bill founded Angels Den after having failed to raise capital himself and meeting a whole bunch of networks who pretended they had money and gave out bad advice on valuation or business planning. Bill has grown Angel’s Den into 10 countries and aligned with many thousands of experienced business people who want to give back, make some money and more importantly have some fun.

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