OEN Info Session: How to Create a Winning Angel Oregon Application
This session is currently at capacity, but you can select to be added to the waitlist. We’ll let you know if a spot opens up!
Got a great idea? We want to help it take flight. OEN’s Angel Oregon 2017 Program is an opportunity for you to:
- Receive a sizeable investment (historically between $200-300k)
- Hone your pitch and business plan
- Get intensive coaching & mentoring from our network of Angel Investors
- Present to hundreds of investors and business leaders at OEN’s annual Angel Oregon Spring Showcase
At our Jan. 5 info session, OEN staff and active investors will provide an overview of OEN’s Angel Oregon 2017, including eligibility requirements and new funding opportunities.
There’s a lot that goes into selecting our final investment winner, but the first step is taking the time to put together a thoughtful, compelling application. We will also walk you through Gust, the application and evaluation platform we use, and show you how to most effectively make your case to investors.
Info Session Leaders
The Touchstone Group
Dan chaired Angel Oregon in 2014 and has been actively involved as an investor and mentor. He is a seasoned sales leader/executive with 30 years of experience in the medical device space worldwide. Dan is skilled at assembling high performing direct and distributor sales teams that deliver strong results on a consistent basis and has meaningful experience in leading change and integrating organizations via M & A. Dan recently transitioned out of big business to become a broker/partner in a residential real estate firm.
Program Manager, Portland State Business Accelerator
Joe is LLC Fund Manager for OEN’s Angel Oregon Program. He has an impressive background working with startups and angel investors, leading sales teams, and setting up internal systems. Joe is the former CFO/COO of International Institute for Analytics, a venture-backed data analytics startup. He is also a managing member of Cloud Cap Holdings, LLC, a real estate investment company.
Oregon Angel Fund
Scott served as OEN Board Chair in 2015. He began his career at Intel, where he quickly discovered that he was really a startup kind of guy. Stints in customer support and marketing at four software startups followed before Scott became CEO of Novas Software, which had a successful exit in 2008. Having committed to do “something completely different” after Novas, he joined OAF as an investor in 2010 and as a member of the team in 2012.