MIT Resident Angel Investor Holds Masterclass for Georgian Investors and Startups
To strengthen the culture of investing in startups in Georgia, BTU has planned a master class for Angel Investor, a resident of MIT, the world's highest rated university.
Jean Hammond will hold a special master class for Georgian investors and startups on May 20 at 18:00.
Jean Hammond is an active Angel investor who holds the Hans Severiens Award, the highest award in the US startup ecosystem. It is based on LearnLaunch, Edinno, Quarry Technologies and AXON Networks, one of the largest accelerators in the world. His 20 years of experience as a serial entrepreneur includes investing in high-tech startups, membership in Launchpad Venture Group and Hub Angels, and many other activities.
After joining the MIT Entrepreneurial Network of the University of Business and Technology at the Martin Trust Center, attending the masterclass will be free for all registered startups and investors. The topic of the masterclass is the forms of financing startups at an early stage, their commercialization and development in international markets.
The Global Startup Fund is a BTU-based entity founded in partnership with Israel Silicon Wave Angel Investors. Today, the fund unites investors from the United States, various European countries and now from Georgia. The Fund is supported by the Georgian Innovation and Technology Agency. The fund is a partner of TBC Startup, which has created a special investment loan for startups to facilitate access to finance.
Registration for the master class is available at the link.