Understand Startup Valuation in Your Next Angel Investment

Date and Time
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
5:00pm— 6:30pm
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Michelle Fan
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Bill Kriebel Rick Williams Larry Sochrin William Mansfield David Kohen Eric Lo C Naik Tyler Gage Nicole Scott Graham Rigby Jack Laszlo EJ (Eun Jung) Choi Daniel Lichi Emilie Esposito Pragna Kolli Gail Hoffman Samantha Bader Sandeep Dhar John Shumate Heath Pendleton David Bell Carlos Niezen H. Thach Pham George Gvishiani Vamshi Gangupomu Ramesh Gupta Ulrich Schwabe Medha Bankhwal Cindy Yuan diane Quinn Sidney Klawansky Austin Dixon Sachiyo Minegishi S D Punita Kumar Sinha Phillip Kim Joe Jornadal Connie Deboever Sheezan Bakali Matt Arsenault Nik Jn-Baptiste Jeff Hunt Arun Swaminathan Greg Henke Richard Shai Jay Leopold Ranajoy Sarkar Mark Fraga
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The Wharton Alumni Angel Network (WAAN) Boston will have its next education webinar discussing cap tables and providing general and industry-specific criteria/methodology for valuation analysis. The webinar will consist of a panel of 3 experts from the software/TMT, life sciences and medicine/digital health industries. Our 3 panelists are listed below.

  • Michele Colucci, Co-Founder & Managing Partner of Digital DX: focused on medicine and digital health for early stage companies. Ms. Colucci has authored 5 patents in the technology space and founded companies in the legal, technology, retail and entertainment spaces. She has also developed an AI model to identify data points for investment considerations.
  • Casey Simmons, Associate Director of Qatar Investment Authority Advisory USA: leads growth equity and buyout investments in TMT. Prior to Qatar Investment Authority, Mr. Simmons was a Principal at next47, the €1bn investment arm of Siemens, and a Vice President at Schroder Adveq.
  • James Carroll, Founder & Managing Partner of Boston Life Science Investments: focused on identifying promising companies in the biotech and life sciences industries. Prior to Boston Life Science Investments, Mr. Carroll was the Chief Commercial Officer for Bionostics, where he significantly grew the company’s market share, sales and EBIT.

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