Living with Angels: Best Practices for a Strong Relationship
March 22 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pmFree
This is the final talk in a series for Entrepreneurs and Innovators. Join us on March 22 to hear from Jim Thompson as he wraps up his three-part series on Angel Investor Funding.
As a successful entrepreneur, the relationship you establish with Angel Investors does not end once you have negotiated and signed a contract. Speaker Jim Thompson, a member of Bellingham Angel Investors, will conclude the series with a discussion on best practices to maintain a productive, mutually agreeable, and supportive relationship with Angel Investors.
Jim Thompson is active in both Washington State and British Columbia as an angel investor, board member and advisor for growth companies. He currently is on the Board of Bellingham Angel Investors. As a director, his primary interest is providing guidance, leadership and governance for early stage companies and NFP (not for profit) organizations.
There will be lots of time to ask your questions and to network with other startups. PLUS, for those of you who are interested in a private conversation with Jim Thompson, there are opportunities for a one-on-one conversation following the presentation.
There are a limited number of opportunities for one-on-one meetings, to inquire and to schedule a meeting with Jim, email Diane Kamionka: email@example.com
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Jim has thirty plus years of executive experience in high-growth technology and CleanTech businesses, serving a variety of commercial and business markets. His education background is in engineering. Jim has a B.Eng. in Civil Engineering from McGill University and an MBA from Stanford University.
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