Workshop: Angel Investing 101
With Peter Adams, Managing Director, Rockies Venture Fund/Rockies Venture Club
Ever been interested in investing in startups? Are you interested in investing in companies both locally and around the Mountain West that are disrupting industry sectors with new products and marketing strategies? And would you like to know how to reduce the risk of investing in these early-stage companies?
If yes, you’ll want to attend this free course.
In this 1.5-hour course we’ll teach you the basics of investing in startups and how this practice supports a thriving, year-round economy right in your own community.
This is an introductory course, so no prior education or experience is required. Topics covered include a high-level introduction to essential elements of successful early stage investing, including:
- What is angel investing? What kind of people are angels, what do they invest in, how much do they invest, what kind of returns do they get?
- Venturenomics – understanding how venture creates exponential returns by going against everything you learned while getting your MBA.
- Liquidity Events – how do angels get their money back and how long does it take?
- Tax Implications – how to get 100% tax free returns on your angel portfolio.
- Syndication and working with other investors to maximize returns and startup success.
- Venture Funds vs. Single Investments pro and con.
- Benefits of angel investing in groups vs. by yourself.
Date & Time:
FRIDAY | JAN 28
- 12-1:30 PM
The Chaffee County Economic Development Corporation is committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for our event attendees. Because of our commitment to the well-being of our attendees and our community, we will be taking the following steps to ensure that we are able to gather responsibly:
- Masks are mandatory indoors, except when eating or drinking. The event speakers may remove their mask during their presentation time as well. N95 masks will be available.
- If you are experiencing any of the below symptoms, we respectfully ask that you stay home and attend virtually.
- Fever 100.4 or higher
- Unexplained persistent cough or difficulty breathing
- Loss of taste or smell
- Consistent upper respiratory symptoms (runny nose, sore throat, congestion)
Thank you for helping to keep our community safe and for supporting our event!