Who: Angel Panel (bios below)
What: "Angels on the Wing"
Where: Fairfield University DSB DINING ROOM (104A)
When: Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Cost: Admission is free.
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Angel Panel "Angels in the Wings"
Angel Investing in 2014. Angel funding process, Evaluation criteria for investment; Increasing odds of success for your deal; Case histories of successful deals; plus how to access the Angel Investor Forum’s new investment fund.
Mike Roer will moderate an Angel Panel with Ed Goodwin
Douglas Campbell III. As CEO of The Success Coach SM , Doug coaches top-performing executives, business owners, and professionals to achieve higher levels of success. He has worked with hundreds of clients to plan for business succession, design and implement growth strategies, and he facilitates strategy and team-building retreats for growing companies.
Doug has been profiled in the Wall Street Journal, Bottom Line Business, on Cablevision and in Investor's Business Daily. Previously Campbell taught business and entrepreneurship, was Director of Marketing for Champion Office Products, a $200 million division of Champion
Douglas Campbell III "The Success Coach"
203-975-0320 c 203-952-1161
Ed Goodwin is the president of the Angel Investor Forum, Connecticut's largest Angel group whose members invest as individuals and as part of a common fund.
He is an active Angel investor with 26 deals invested in over the past 5 years.
Dr. Goodwin is also a biomedical researcher at Yale University Medical School specializing in Virus/Host interactions and attendant Cancers.
He also has a patent describing a superior method of industrial protein production which is used in the manufacture more than 10 billion worth of Biomedical and research products including the number 1 anticancer treatment: Rituxan.
Mike Roer (Moderator) is president of the Entrepreneurship Foundation, an organization supporting entrepreneurship through educational programs, business plan competitions, StartupWeekends, and connections to talent and capital.
He is an adviser to business incubators and a frequent lecturer at universities on business modeling and financing. Previously, Roer was the Executive Director of the Connecticut Venture Group, Connecticut Angel Guild and Crossroads Venture Fair.
Steve Shwartz. Steve is a co-founder of Device42, a software platform for data center inventory management, with major customers around the world.
Prior to Device42, Steve was at Tangoe where he was one of the early angel investors, a board member, and then CTO. Tangoe was one of the top ten IPO’s of 2011 and is the global leader in mobile expense management and a major player in mobile device management.
Steve started his career as a research faculty member at Yale University in the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and co-founded two AI companies, including Cognitive Systems. He was also Co-Founder and CTO of Intelligent Business Systems, developer of EasyTalk, a patented natural language product hailed by the Gartner Group as a “breakthrough technology”.
Steve is also an active angel investor through his firm SPS Ventures, is on the board of the Angel Investor Forum, and is a member of New York Angels.
This event was made possible by: The Inventors Association of Connecticut (IACT), The Fairfield University School of Engineering and the Dolan School of Business.