Exploring Angel Investments: An overview for both Investors and Entrepreneurs


Date and Time
Thursday, February 11, 2016
6:00pm— 8:00pm
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Location
SURF Incubator

257.jpgAn SBSA Partner Event hosted by the Stanford GSB Puget Sound Alumni Chapter

The Stanford Graduate School of Business Puget Sound Alumni Chapter and the Seattle Business School Alliance (SBSA) invite you to an Angel Investing workshop on Thursday, February 11 at 6PM at the SURF Incubator in Seattle. Cost is $15 which covers food and drinks.

The workshop will provide an overview for Investors and Entrepreneurs interested in discovering Angel Investment opportunities in the Pacific Northwest. Topics will cover the basics including historical asset class performance, best practices, portfolio building, deal flow, and recent crowd funding legislation that both Investors and Entrepreneurs should be aware of before making or receiving an Angel investment.

For example, did you know that Angel Investments are now generally exempt from capital gains tax? This was just enacteed in December 2015 (PATH ACT). 

Join us for an evening of education, learning, and Q&A session.

There is a 50 person physical limit for the event. Please sign up soon to reserve your spot if you are interested.

 

Date:                     Thursday, February 11, 6PM to 8PM

Location:              SURF Incubator, 999 3rd Avenue STE #700, Seattle, WA 98104

Cost:                     $15, including food and drinks

RSVP:                    Via Eventbrite

 

About the speaker:

Geoff Harris is an active angel investor and a Board Member at Seattle Angel, a non-profit with the mission to educate and bring together investors and entrepreneurs to spark the flame for innovation in the Pacific Northwest. Seattle Angel sponsors both the Seattle Angel Conference and the Seattle Angel Fund, where Geoff is the fund manager for FUND VII. Geoff is also a member of the Alliance of Angels. Previously, Geoff held executive and engineering management roles at Microsoft for over 15 years. His areas of focus included Speech and Natural Language, Mobile and Digital Media, where he holds several patents.

 

Questions:

Please contact daniel.kao@alumni.stanford.edu


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