North City Tech Meetup - Angel investing in start-ups

Monday, July 29, 2019

John Sechrest
Monday, August 5, 2019 
from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.

Shoreline Library
Shoreline 98155

Free – Open to the public 

North City Tech Meetup - Angel investing in start-ups

This topic is appropriate for anyone interested in starting a company looking for early stages investors as well as people who are interesting in becoming such early stage investors: “Angels”.

John Sechrest presents: Angel Investing for Startups
  • Can the process of Angel Investing help startups go faster?
  • Can it also be profitable as an investment for Angel Investors? 
  • How can startups make the most of an Angel Investment? 
  • Who exactly are allowed to be Angel Investors by Federal Law? 
  • What are the best ways to invest? 
  • What are the things that Angel Investors should look for in startups? 
  • Are all startups Angel Investable? 
Come get your Angel Investing Questions answered.

John Sechrest: Founder of the Seattle Angel Conference. Co-Organizer of the Lean Startup Seattle. Global Facilitator for Startup Weekend.

As an entrepreneurial collaborator, I focus on entrepreneurial and innovation efforts as a way to develop new projects and companies. 
My efforts are focused building the tools, skills and processes that enable people to make a positive impact on the world. 
All of the changes we are seeing in the world will find lasting and sustainable solutions by entrepreneurs and innovators creating new pathways to solving complex issues. 
By connecting resources, people and projects together and building feedback mechanisms into the conversation, I make significant impacts on the groups that I work with. I continue my efforts to impact the startup climate in the Northwest.

Links for John Sechrest’s work:

The North City Tech Meetup is a free meetup, usually the first Monday of each month at one of our local libraries: Lake Forest Park, Shoreline or Kenmore. People of all levels of interest and experience are encouraged to attend. There is always time for introductions and discussions.

You can visit the page for each month’s topic.


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