Date(s) - 25 Apr 2013 until 25 Apr 2013
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
How To Position Yourself for Angel Investors
Instructed By: James Goulka
Presented by BioAccel and BioInspire
Thursday April 25, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM MST
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13660 N. 94th Drive
Peoria, AZ 85381
This interactive seminar will focus on best practices when pitching to angel investors (both specialists and non-specialists). We will discuss the interests of angel investors and what attracts them to invest in a company. You may be surprised by their perspective on opportunities and how it may be different than the way founders and scientists look at their technologies. Questions will be welcomed throughout and at the end of the seminar.
Event is FREE and open to the public. (Register below)
Lunch will be provided.
Thursday, April 25th
11:30am – 1:00pm
BioInspire Conference Room
13660 N. 94th Drive, Bldg. D
Peoria, AZ 85381
About Your Instructor
James Goulka is the Managing Director of ATIF-Arizona Technology Investor Forum–a group of individuals who make investments in early stage technology companies in the Southwest. Since May 2007, members have invested over $6.4 million in 25 companies, making it the most active early stage technology investor in Phoenix.
In addition to his role at ATIF, Mr. Goulka serves as CEO of JumpStart Solutions LLC, an early stage business intelligence software company, and as President of Lone Mountain Associates, LLC, a boutique consulting firm.
He previously served as CEO of software companies NetSelector Inc (sold to Apple, Inc) and bid4real.com; the National Technology Transfer Center; the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation and Taliesin Preservation, Inc. He was also COO and CFO of Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc and its worldwide subsidiaries where he led its transformation into digital publishing. He began his career in corporate finance, focused on financing private equity transactions and global finance at units of JPMorgan Chase and Citibank.
He holds both an MBA and a BA from Yale.
He has been a guest speaker at the business schools at Harvard, Yale, Thunderbird, Ohio State, and Marquette.
He has served on many nonprofit boards, including Steppenwolf Theater, Chicago Shakespeare, the Dallas Zoological Society, and the Associate Board of the Cox School of Business at SMU.
We hope to see you there!