Where are all the Angel Investors?
I get asked this question all the time and the answer is simple – “They’re all around you.” But identifying them and building a collective network of angels to pool funds together to invest in deals is not easy in Colorado. We’re lacking in Google and Facebook millionaires, and yet we have thousands of “Accredited Investors” in the state (with a net worth of $1 million or more excluding their primary residence, or income over $200K per year) Read more
Tuesday February 10th, RVC is hosting the 4th Annual Colorado Life Sciences Night at the Denver Metro SBDC building in partnership with the Colorado Bio-Sciences Association. Read more
Digital Health Care is one of the most promising opportunities for investors at all levels from angels to venture capital, private equity and public markets. It’s growing fast and represents opportunity created by disruption in the health care market. The savings digital health companies can bring to health care are significant, and the opportunities reflect the new efficiencies. Read more
LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability) Food and Beverage is a unique market segment and it has its own set of rules and metrics. I’ve been looking forward to RVC’s LOHAS Natural Food and Beverage Conference for over a year now because we’ve seen a number of natural food and beverage companies coming across our sights and it has been difficult to gauge whether they are a good opportunity or not. Read more
Cannabis: Do The Regular Rules Apply When Investing? You can now recreationally grow it, smoke it, vape it, tincture it, and eat it. And probably ‘verb it’ in a few other ways I’m not up to speed on. But do you want to invest in it? Read more
Last week at the Angel Capital Summit, the Rockies Venture Club hosted the first-ever University Startup Challenge. It was the first pitch competition in Colorado specifically for students from across the state, and we were proud to host it! Since they presented to real investors at an investor conference, we were looking for the ‘most fundable companies’ instead of just business plan competition winners. These entrepreneurs are all actively working to build their company, and some have real traction in the market. They were also on equal footing with the rest of the companies at ACS for investor funding. 5 of the top universities in Colorado nominated students for the event – University of Denver, CU-Boulder, CU-Denver, University of Northern Colorado and Colorado State University. Read more
If I could have any job in the world, it would be to be a full time angel investor. Angels get to meet super-smart people with cutting edge ideas, they work with other angels who have deep sector expertise and ask great questions, they are intellectually stimulated in evaluating and negotiating deals and they can make a lot of money. Read more
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