6 Things Not To Miss at AngelSummit
It’s less than one week away from Angel Summit Americas! We have an impressive list of speakers, attendees and partners hailing from all corners of the Americas.
We are debuting some great content and exciting announcements; here is what not to miss at the event.
1. What is next for Cuban Entrepreneurs?
Will Cuba truly grow into its nickname of ‘Silicon Island’? Will American startups expand to the country? Will Cuban startups expand their creativity and hustle beyond their borders? Learn what’s next for Cuban founders and investors over the coming years. John McIntire will chat with Cuban entrepreneurs Ubaldo Don of Itopia Itopia, Sergio Lazaro of Ingenius and Eliecer Cabrera of ConoceCuba on what exciting opportunities are in store Cuba’s startup community.
2. Harnessing your city’s angel potential
Hear from Marc Nager Chief Community Officer of Techstars about what it takes to build successful startup communities that activate their local angel community.
3. Lean Angel Workshop
This year, the summit will debut the Lean Angel Workshop as a track for new investors. Developed under the guidance of Brad Feld and other startup investment leaders, the objective of the workshops is to provide new angels, wealth managers and RIAs an introduction to the business of investing in technology startups.
4. The latest on investment platforms
Startup investing has gotten a whole lot more mainstream in the last decade, and the changing SEC regulations are paving the way for greater investor participation. Don’t miss the perspectives from the entrepreneurs who’ve built some of the most successful investment platforms like SeedInvest and FundersClub and others, on how they are helping more investors get involved in startups worldwide.
5. Investing in real estate innovation
Constance Freedman of Moderne Ventures will share how her real estate background led her to fund one of the few early-stage venture funds investing in technology companies that are revolutionizing real estate, mortgage, finance, insurance, and home services.
6. Finding investment opportunities across spanish-speaking markets
With nearly 500 million Spanish speakers and an ever growing Spanish speaking population in countries like the US, the possibilities to invest in countries other than one’s own is increasing. Pedro Sorrentino of FundersClub, Hernan Fernandez of Angel Ventures Mexico and Andres Barreto of Socialatom will share why as an investor, you should look for opportunities across the region.
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity, register today for Angel Summit Americas!