On Thursday, November 19th, WAAN Boston will hold a virtual pitch event on Zoom. Several early stage, life-sciences start-ups will pitch their businesses to prospective investors. A brief description of the companies will also be sent one day prior to the event, along with the Zoom access link.
The event is primarily for members of WAAN Boston, Wharton/Penn alumni, Wharton Alumni Angels, partner organizations and other accredited investors affiliated with Penn and Wharton, although non-accredited investors are welcome to attend. To be able to invest in one of the companies, you must be an accredited investor (click through to view the expanded definition).
No cost to attend
Zoom link will be sent one day prior to the event to all those registered
Disclaimer: Wharton Alumni Angel Network (WAAN) Boston is not a venture fund, an investment bank, a broker dealer, investment clearing-house, or an investment advisor, but rather a forum in which investors may be educated about aspects of investment and business, as well as introduced to companies for possible investment. WAAN Boston is not registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission or any state securities commission. Each member of WAAN Boston is responsible for his or her own investment decisions, and WAAN Boston is not recommending any particular company for investment. All investments in entrepreneurial companies involve a high degree of risk, and investors should be able to bear the risk of complete financial loss. The choice to use and the manner of utilizing information and knowledge gained through WAAN Boston are each member's individual and personal choice. No guidance shall be given, nor shall any person affiliated with WAAN Boston (or WAAN Boston itself) be responsible for an individual member's use of the information, investment decision, or the results of any investment. WAAN Boston does not conduct any investigation to verify the factual information submitted to potential investors by individual entrepreneurs. Hence, WAAN Boston makes no representations or warranties regarding these companies. Investors must conduct their own due diligence and negotiate the terms of any investment they elect to make.