“Where am I going to get the next dollar to grow my business?”
With the skyline of Atlanta as our backdrop, this year’s Startup Buzz takes you into the room where deals happen. Georgia Tech Business Network, the link between the Tech community and Atlanta businesses, serves as the host of this all-star panel, April 10.
Bring your questions for long-time angel and venture investor Sig Mosley and entrepreneurs and investors JP James and Ashley Hancock. Attendees will gain insight into:
- How venture capitalists and fund managers think when making an investment decision
- The challenges entrepreneurs face when choosing between different funding sources
- How timing can impact when to look for and accept new funding sources
Prior to the talk, attendees will mingle and get a chance to view a few of Atlanta’s up-and-coming startups.
Sig Mosley, Managing Partner of Mosley Ventures
Sig Mosley is the Managing Partner of Mosley Ventures, a venture fund investing in early-stage technology startups in the Southeast. Widely regarded as “The Godfather of Angel Investing”, a title he earned as president of Imlay Investments, Mosley has been the most prolific investor in the southeast — he has been involved in 120 startups with 82 liquidity events. He currently is the record holder of the largest southeast venture deal with the $5.7 billion acquisition of Tradex by Ariba.
JP James, Entrepreneur and Founding Partner of Libreum International
Over the past two decades, James has helped acquire, restructure, and scale stagnant ventures in their management strategy, business process automation, back office automation, and capital solutions. He has invested in and advised fast-growth ventures since 2004, and has lectured on Quantitative Computational Finance, and Entrepreneurship at Georgia Tech’s College of Management & School of Industrial Engineering.
Ashley Hancock, Co-founder and CFO of Intent Solutions, Inc.,
Intent Solutions is an Atlanta-based technology-enabled healthcare services company that is focused on monitoring and managing medication adherence in clinical research and applied healthcare.This month Ashley is being presented with Georgia Tech’s 2018 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Award!
Don’t wait until the last minute. Grab your tickets here!