Introduction to Angel Investing for Women Interested in Building a Portfolio

march 2019

13mar4:00 pm7:00 pmIntroduction to Angel Investing for Women Interested in Building a PortfolioThis event is intended for those interested in learning more about becoming an angel investor (not for those seeking funding).

Event Details

The Collaboratory for Women Innovators, GrayRobinson, P.A., and Florida Funders are partnering to convene women across the greater Gainesville area interested in learning more about venture capital, supporting entrepreneurs, and strategies drive portfolio returns.

Access to capital is the number one challenge for Florida’s high-growth companies. Learn more about how to access extraordinary returns while helping the next generation of Florida entrepreneurs. Investments can start as low as $5,000.

Wednesday, March 13
4 – 7 PM
UF Innovate The Hub
747 SW 2nd Ave. Ste. 140

The event will include company pitch, educational components, as well as networking reception and refreshments!

Free but registration is required: https://angelevent.eventbrite.com

* To invest as an individual, one must be an “accredited investor” or have $1,000,000 net worth not including primary residence, $200,000 in individual annual income, or $300,000 in joint annual income.

NOTE: This event is intended for those interested in learning more about becoming an angel investor (not for those seeking funding).

 

Time

(Wednesday) 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm EST

Location

UF Innovate | The Hub

747 Southwest 2nd Avenue

Organizer

Collaboratory for Women InnovatorsThe Collaboratory for Women Innovators seeks to inspire, educate, and empower women to attain leadership in all phases of the innovation lifecycle. We offer a variety of programs and experiences to support different goals for participants at various stages of their personal and professional development. The genesis for the Collaboratory developed as an outgrowth of the successful Empowering Women in Technology Startups program (EWITS). Ewits began in 2012 and provides experiential hands-on entrepreneurial training and skills. The Collaboratory was originally envisioned as a next step in the entrepreneurial process to further support women starting their own companies. However, the mission has expanded to also include focus on increasing participation of female inventors, as well as providing opportunities for women who, although not currently actively pursuing a business startup, may be interested in learning more about innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership, as well as connecting with other like-minded people.Wanda Eugene at weugene@ufl.edu

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