If you are a startup founder who hasn’t heard of Bill Morrow and Angels Den then aren’t you glad you read this newsletter! Bill we be attending a dinner hosted by TableCrowd where he will talk about the right way to go about raising venture funding for your startup.
Angels Den connects businesses with a network of Angel investors (300 new investors sign up to Angels Dens every month!) and holds high-profile pitching events across 10 countries to enable startup founders with big ideas to meet like-minded angel investors.
An ex-investment banker, Bill and co-founder Lois founded Angels Den in 2007 out of frustration that there were so many potential High-Net-Worth investors in the City who did not have proper access to the hot deals that were emerging in the world of tech and start-ups. Since then Angels Den has built an online platform and always make sure they source a lead investor before opening up the round to their entire network of investors.
If you think your company is ready for fresh investment but want to get the lowdown on how it all works first, join Bill at this TableCrowd dinner where he will be speaking about what kind of companies angel investors are really interested in and how to choose the right people to invest in your business.
If there’s one thing Morrow hates it’s a misfiring investment syndicate that gives bad advice, is not serious about investing or doesn’t really have the money. He’s talking from personal experience too – ““I was ripped off … and as a Scottish accountant and investment banker that did not sit well”