Best practice angels: early-stage funding at Pasadena Angels

Frederick, Howard 2005 Best practice angels: early-stage funding at Pasadena Angels, video recording, Auckland, New Zealand, Ten3 New Zealand Ltd.

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Title Best practice angels: early-stage funding at Pasadena Angels
Creator(s) Frederick, Howard
Year presented 2005
Year created 2005
Publisher Ten3 New Zealand Ltd
Place of publication Auckland, New Zealand
Description of moving image 8 minute DVD
Summary This 8-minute DVD (PAL standard in DVD-R format) looks into the workings of one of the oldest angel investing organizations. Pasadena Angels is a group of leading private investors that provide long-term human and financial capital to help build successful companies. Two start-up companies are profiled as they apply for funds. Directors and angel investors describe their funding criteria and discuss how a “best practice” angel operates. This video is appropriate for new angel groups, upper-level university courses, and general venture capital interest.
Language eng
Field of Research 150304 Entrepreneurship
Socio Economic Objective 970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
HERDC Research category F.1 Audio-visual recordings
Copyright notice ©2005, Ten3 New Zealand Ltd
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