Angel Association attracts major global investors to NZ
Hosted by the Angel Association of New Zealand, the 2015 Asian Business Angel Forum takes place in Queenstown, New Zealand, 14 – 16 October 2015.
The event, an expertly curated, three day and completely investor-centric summit subsumes the AANZ’s annual summit this year.
It brings together leading investors from around the world to share their knowledge and join together in celebrating this small country’s big contribution to early stage investment.
The AANZ is pleased to have attracted a stellar line-up of international speakers who bring with them hundreds of investment experiences and personal involvement in the most significant international investment funds and angel groups.
Their combined portfolios include some of the biggest, most important and well known early-stage companies in the world.
Thought-leaders gathering to present at ABAF in New Zealand’s beautiful Queenstown’s include:
Jayesh Parekh – Jungle Ventures, 500 Startups and Mumbai Angels
David Chen – AngelVest
Sasha Mirchandani – Kae Capital and Mumbai Angels
Nelson Gray – LINC Scotland, Firth Ventures and winner of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise Promotion for individuals who have played an important role in promoting enterprise skills and supporting entrepreneurs,
Bill Payne – ACA, Hans Severiens Memorial Award for Outstanding Contributions to Angel Investing and 2010 New Zealand Arch Angel Award for his impact on angel investing in New Zealand
Jon Medved – OurCrowd
Ian Sobieski – Band of Angels
Jamie Rhodes – ACA, Central Texas Angel Network (CTAN) and Texas into the Alliance of Texas Angel Networks
Marcia Dawood – ACA Board member, MD, Golden Seeds and Blue Tree
Allan May – Life Science Angels, Emergent Medical Partners
and Carolynn and Jon Levy – the legal team from the United States most successful incubator – Y Combinator, which has launched the likes of Airbnb, Dropbox and Stripe.
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Using twitter you can follow the Angel Association of New Zealand at @AngelAssn, and keep up to date with the Asian Business Angels Forum news and the event itself as it unfolds by using the hashtag #ABAFNZ15.
To meet and hear from New Zealand’s largest gathering of global investment thought leaders, along with a host of angels from New Zealand’s angel investment community in person secure your seat now.
There are only 30 places left at one the southern hemisphere’s largest and exclusive investor events Asian Business Angels Forum, Queenstown, New Zealand, October 14-15 2015.