Take a look in the Resources > Business Angel Networks page of the Meteorical website and you'll see a list of Angel Networks. There are a lot of them in the UK and this list is not exhaustive. The list includes state sponsored and commercial networks. What are the differences between them? Is there a third, better, type of network for Business Angels? This article compares three types of networks... seems like we’ve already answered the last question!
A selection of quotes from the recent workshops kindly hosted by HallChadwick with guests David Kenney and Tim Flahvin during 2016 – the range of workshops has been expanded for 2017 with best guests speakers and co-presenters from around Sydney.
Passionate, high-energy and realistic. My three words to describe how Brian’s presentation style at his workshop on finding funding for start ups. [AM, Nov-16]
Brian’s workshop was high-energy, information-laden and engaging. [LJ, Nov-16]
Thank you for the fantastic workshop – insightful, inclusive and high-impact. I can’t wait for the next workshop in the series. [RZ, Nov-16]
Thanks for a fantastic workshop. It covered everything I needed to know and more. On to raise that $1.7 million! [DC, Nov-16]
What separates Brian from other presenters I have seen is that Brian totally understands the purpose of the audience and addresses some of the common mistakes Entrepreneurs make. He also brings in the right expertise / connections to provide value to his clients. [KS, Nov-16]
Thank goodness I attended Brian’s workshop. I immediately applied it to my shareholder agreement and funding strategy. I consider myself very fortunate to benefit from knowledge and experience Brian shares. [AJ, Nov-16]
Brian is Australia’s thought leader for starting and growing companies. [AM, Nov-16]
My struggle is over. Now I can finally articulate why co-contributors should not get 50% or even 10% of my company. [AN, Nov-16]
Australia’s best kept secret. [MG, Nov-16]
Brian is an efficiency buff, a stickler for detail and highly analytical. He positively thrives on challenges and breaking them down into their component parts, then building a solution or strategy. [EV, Apr-16]
It was an eye-opening and outside the box experience [RV, Feb-16]