Investors' Circle Fall Conference and Venture Fair
Boston, MA • November 13, 2007
Investors’ Circle Conferences bring together angel investors, professional venture capitalists, philanthropic investors, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders who are using private capital to pr...
Tuesday, November 13, 2007 7:00 PM - 7:05 PM ESTBoston Harbor Hotel
70 Rowes Wharf
Boston, MA 02110
Investors’ Circle Conferences bring together angel investors, professional venture capitalists, philanthropic investors, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders who are using private capital to promote the transition to a sustainable future. Since 1992, Investors’ Circle, a national network with 200+ members, has invested more than $112 million in 183 deals in such areas as renewable energy, organic food, education, health care and community development.
PROGRAM AT A GLANCE
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14: WORKSHOP & MEMBERS ONLY EVENING
Before the conference starts, Investors’ Circle is hosting a workshop titled “Valuation & Portfolio Strategies” in cooperation with the Kauffman Foundation. The workshop is intended for those interested in learning more about establishing a pre-money valuation for seed/startup companies, the importance of the company scalability to angel investors and the critical parameters for a successful angel portfolio strategy.
Wednesday will also include Members Only events.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15: VENTURE FAIR (Accredited Investors Only)
Presentations by 20 early-stage for-profit companies and small funds working to solve social and environmental problems in the following areas: energy and environment, food and organics, media, health and wellness, education and community and international development.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16: EDUCATION DAY
Speakers and workshops on the state of double-bottom-line investing and enterprise creation in energy and environment, food and organics, education and media, health and wellness, mission-related investing, and community and international development. The plenary on the Education Day will be about Emerging Markets: Investing to Serve the Poor. This panel will address a number of questions about how patient capital can help support and develop those enterprises best suited to creating economic opportunity, healthy communities, and sustainable business practices in emerging markets.
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