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‘Power of Angel Investing’ seminar comes to area

Staff report

The Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (CET) and Golden Capital Network (GCN) has announced that the exclusive “Power of Angel Investing – Angel Investing Ð An Overview” seminar, a program of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation and Angel Capital Education Foundation, is coming to Reno for the first time on Oct. 3. The full-day seminar, co-hosted by Incline-based Sierra Angels, has received rave reviews in more than 60 cities across the U.S. and in Canada, and takes place at the Peppermill Hotel and Resort.

Early registration is strongly encouraged as attendance is limited to 35 participants to provide attendees with the greatest opportunity for interacting with the expert instructors. Cost to attend the seminar is $295. The full agenda and registration information is available at http://www.goldencapital.net/Events/6th_SilverGold_AngelOverview.asp

The seminar will provide a comprehensive overview of angel investing for private investors with limited or no angel investment experience.

“The Power of Angel Investing seminar is intended for high-net worth individuals with senior business experience, successful entrepreneurs who have exited their businesses and have interest in staying involved in early stage companies, and other investors who are interested in learning more about the specifics of angel investing,” according to CET Managing Director Dave Archer.

This special seminar immediately precedes Golden Capital Network’s 6th annual Silver and Gold Venture Capital Conference, which begins at 5 p.m. Oct. 3 and concludes at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 4. More information about the Silver and Gold conference can be found at http://www.goldencapital.net. Individuals who attend the “Power of Angel Investing – Angel Investing” – An Overview Seminar, may also register to attend the summit.

Contact Emily Lowe at Emily@CETNV.com or (775) 337-3328 for more information.

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