Statewide Angel Investing Event

Virtual Event June 23

Angel capital provides a critical source of funding for startups. If you would like to learn about angel investing, what it is, and how to get started, join us for this virtual event, featuring five panelists from around Minnesota, including Michelle Landsverk, Advance Thief River Director.

Michelle is Chair of Pine to Prairie Angel fund and coordinates the Two Rivers Angel Network for Thief River Falls area angel investors. 

Other panelists include:

  • David P. Herbert, Executive Vice President of Strategy at Geneticure
  • Mark Poss, Executive Committee Member at Golden Triangle Angel Fund
  • Reed Robinson, Founder and Partner, Groove Capital
  • Ryan Weber, Managing Partner at Great North Ventures

 

 

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