Two really great events for startups to get exposure to angel investors are being held in Boston this June.
The first event, Angel Boot Camp is being held June 1, 2010 at Microsoft NERD. This event is spearheaded by Jon Pierce, local; Hacker, Entrepreneur, Founder of Betahouse, Founding Member of The Awesome Foundation.
The stated goal of Angel Boot Camp is to educate, inspire and grow the angel investor community. As such, active and aspiring angels are the primary audience. But we also welcome entrepreneurs, VCs and other people interested in learning more about angel investing, provided they agree not to pitch at the event.
This is a must attend for anyone that has thought about or wants to learn about Angel Investing.
Two weeks after that, the Open Angel Forum Boston is coming. This event was created by the always interesting serial entrepreneur Jason Calacanis (founder of Mahalo) as a response to the Keretsu Forum that was charging startups to pitch to them.
There have already been Open Angel Forum events in La, and NYC. Both angels and startups had great things to say about the events.
As yet the venue or agenda has not been announced. Currently Jason and Bijan Sabet are the only two investors listed as attending, but expectations are high the list will include the best angels and undiscovered start-ups in the area. Don’t miss this event if you want to meet the best start-ups and angel investors in Boston.
Apply here if you are an angel, start-up or interested in sponsoring the event.
Wow, that is such great news for the local web startup scene! The month of June should produce an interesting crop of new companies or provide some much needed capital for the seed program participants.