Conducting Due Diligence on Startups with an Expert


Date and Time
Wednesday, December 2, 2020
5:00pm— 6:30pm
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Location
Virtual
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Michelle Fan
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Arthur Levine Elizabeth Stutzman Greg McLane Jim Carroll Christine Fuchs Lisa Zou Dennis Mendoza Nancy Henderson Michael Loeb Emilie Esposito Lori Marcus Maurice Clifton Alida Zweidler-McKay Amy Tananbaum Julius Levin Byron Haney Ryan Benitez Shiva Mirhosseini Diane Quinn Newell Cotton Peter Buechler Grace Tkach Joshua Huggard Marisha Clinton Nisha Dearborn Sidney Klawansky Andrew Jacobson Ann-Mara Lanza Michael Ciuchta John Keniley Harper Cheng Lei Wang Andew Galligan Brian McBride Daniel Lichi Jill Kravetz Sheri Chin Scott Utzinger Andrea Hoff Michal Benedykcinski Catherine Valega Phillip Kim Max Bazerman Joe Jornadal Sherry Riva Natalya Gromyko Wise Cho Bill Kriebel
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In this Wharton Alumni Angel Network (WAAN) Boston education workshop, learn the why and how of due diligence, including best practices, so you can feel confident doing due diligence on start-up companies on your own. Alumni of all backgrounds and of all levels of investing experiences and interests are encouraged to attend.

This event is free, please RSVP in-advance and you will receive the Zoom link 2 days prior to the event. 

Per speaker's request, this event will not be recorded, so please make an effort to attend live.



Speaker: Christine Fuchs, CFA
Christine Fuchs, WG’96, is an active angel investor with Launchpad Venture Group, the largest and most active angel group in New England.

Christine spent her career at Wellington Management Company as equity analyst and sector fund manager.

She serves on the Board of Cambridge Trust (NASDAQ — CATC), Launchpad Venture Group, and on the Advisory Board of The Capital Network.

Aside from her investing and board activities, Christine is focused on yoga and wellness (www.wellnessyogachristine.com) to help professionals de-stress and gain flexibility.


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