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Technology Businesses: Submit Your Funding Presentation to Angel Investors during Live Fire at William & Mary on Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Technology & Business Center at the College of William & Mary is hosting an exciting event – Live Fire at William & Mary! This is a terrific event to attend if you are interested in how companies present their plans and concepts for funding. It is low cost, educational, and entertaining all at the same time.
What: Live Fire at William & Mary
Where: Alumni House
When: Wednesday, 29 April
Time: 1:30 – 4:30
Cost: $20 regular admission $10 student admission
Registration: On-Line only at: www.wmlivefire.eventbrite.com
Live Fire, produced by Charlottesville Venture Group (CVG) and Virginia Active Angel Network (VAAN), is travelling to three universities (Virginia Tech, William & Mary, University of Richmond) and provides real “Live Fire” education to entrepreneurs, investors, students, and anyone who is interested in the dynamics of funding presentations to the angel investor community.
Here is your chance to watch as five companies present their business concepts and financial needs to a highly experienced panel of angel investors who ask tough and piercing questions about their plans and financial needs. Letitia Green, VAAN CEO keeps the program lightning quick and edged with good humor. This is your chance to see how the fundraising process really works and what companies have to go through to get funding. And, while this is primarily an educational event, the participating angel panel has invested in Live Fire participants. So, this is real.
And, if business wants an opportunity to submit, they can submit their plan to the Charlottesville Venture Group website www.cville-venture.org for consideration. If you miss the April 29, 2009 event, LiveFire will be at U of R on September 9, 2009.
For a highly educational and entertaining afternoon, coupled with lots of high-level networking, register now. Space is limited to 75 attendees!
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