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Angel investors to spur innovation at Global Superangels Forum

india Updated: Nov 14, 2011 19:15 IST
HT Correspondent

Global Superangels Forum, a unique platform where more than 200 early stage investors come face to face with 40 of the most exciting early stage companies in India, will be held at the Leela Kempinski, Gurgaon on November 15.

The forum will seek to provide a platform for discussions on opportunities and challenges that early stage companies may face in the investing and building stage.

While the key objective of the forum is to spur innovation and entrepreneurship through angel and seed investing, the larger mission is to encourage flow of informed, knowledgeable mentorship capital to the start-ups and seed stage companies in the country.

Rajesh Sawhney, founder of Superangels of India and a well known angel investor, will host the Global Superangels Forum 2011. Ten well known founders of Superangels India have pooled in $1 million to fund three start-ups at the forum.

In order to achieve the highest quality of interaction and outcome, participation in the event will be strictly by invite.

FAQs on the forum:

Who is attending?
Two hundred thought leaders shaping early stage eco-system in India and 40 of the best Indian start-ups.

How does one attend?
Wait for an invite. The event is strictly by invitation.

How many start-ups will attend?
Forty start-ups will pitch. Super 30 for seed funding and Hot 10 for series A.

How many Indian angel investors will attend?
Fifty of the most active/important Indian Angels Investors will attend.

How many investors are participating from the US and Europe?
Fifty Global Angels from the Silicon Valley, New York, Boston and Europe.

How many Indian founders will attend?
Fifty successful Indian Founders.