The conference is the premier event in Australia for business angels and others who are interested in investing in early stage companies.
Sponsored by InnovateSA,UniQuest and the Australian Government, the three day conference will be addressed by speakers from the USA, Canada, Europe and New Zealand.
Key speakers at the event will include:
Bill Payne – Co-founder of the Angel Capital Association in North America.
Dan Mothersill – President of the National Angel Capital Association in Canada and head of the Ontario Government’s Angel Network Program.
Susan Preston – General Partner for the CalCEF Clean Energy Angel Fund in California and successful author on angel financing.
Brigitte Bauman – President of EBAN, CEO of Go Beyond (Switzerland).
A series of sessions will describe angel investment international best practices.
When: 10am Wednesday Feb 17 to 4pm Friday Feb 19
Where: Stamford Grand, Glenelg
For full program and registrations: http://www.aaai.net.au/component/content/article/13/39
The AAAI Angels Conference platinum sponsor, InnovateSA is an independent incorporated organisation that targets innovative emerging, transforming and transitioning businesses with a range of advice and support programs and services to help them grow. InnovateSA brings together the previous operations and activities of the SA Centre for Innovation, Venture Capital SA, Growing Global Companies Programs and Business Sustainability Alliance.
Mike Richards, Manager, InnovateSA
P: +61 8 8113 0702
M: 0401 125 436
The Australian Association of Angel Investors Limited (AAAI)
The Australian Association of Angel Investors Limited (AAAI) is the national,?not-for-profit peak body for Australian professional Angel Investors.
AAAI promotes a vibrant Angel community and culture in Australia through the promulgation of best practice, fostering the development of Angel Investor groups, providing continuing education for Angel Investors, nurturing international relationships with the global community of Angel Investors and representing its members through policy advocacy and collaborative initiatives with Australian governments to encourage and develop an efficient and effective risk capital market in Australia.
As a community of peers the AAAI is redefining the nature and practice of early-stage investment in Australia. This association provides thought-provoking discussions and valuable information in an atmosphere of inclusive collaboration