Kia ora,

AANZ Annual Summit – it was great to see the Summit held in Christchurch for the first time earlier this month. Suse Reynolds and her team did an excellent job delivering an interesting and varied programme of keynotes and panels covering a wide range of topics. It’s very encouraging to see that the Angel movement is growing strong with record numbers of Angels, chapters, level of investment and deals. If you haven’t attended an Angel Summit I highly recommend you do.

All you need to know about Angel Investing  – we have the highly respected and experienced Angel Investor Ken Erskine doing another half day workshop on 28th November. During the workshop Ken takes you through all aspects of angel investing from how to build a portfolio, what you should look for, understanding the jargon, the good the bad and the ugly and how to plan for success. We get great feedback from those who attend Ken’s workshops (see below for more details)

Ngā mihi

Paul Claridge
CA Chair

Interesting Stuff

CA Investment Activity

Recent Investments

Evnex  CA members have committed $265k towards Evnex’s $500k round which is on track to be fully subscribed.


Winely 
 CA members have committed $40k towards Winely’s $150k round.

What’s coming up?

Angel 101 – with Ken Erskine

When: Thursday 28th November
Venue: TBC
Time: 12:30pm – 4pm (Lunch provided)
Click here to register

Understanding your motivation for becoming an angel investor and having an appreciation for the risk profile and mechanics of angel investment is all covered in this succinct ‘awareness raising’ course.

The workshop will be run be Ken Erskine who has extensive experience as an angel investor both from managing his own broad portfolio and leading the Ice Angels team for six years.

Ken has developed and run the AANZ’s Angel 101 workshop across New Zealand, receiving rave reviews for the content and his unique and fun delivery style.

The course will cover:

  • The rewards and challenges of being an angel.
  • The legal requirements around eligibility and if you decide to become an investor director.
  • The importance of building a portfolio and how to go about this.
  • The importance of being involved.
  • The role of exits.
  • Where and how to access support.

 

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