20 Jan 2018, Sat
9 AM to 1 PM
79 Ayer Rajah Crescent #01-13, Singapore 139955
Only 30 spots
Reserve Yours Now!
Angel Investing is highly illiquid and the outcome is binary.
USA data shows 2.6X returns in 3.5 years from investment to exit.That’s a staggering 27% average annual returns.
Angel investing is immensely rewarding but for the new and uninitiated, the risks of angel investing will be phenomenal.
This Angel Investing Course was created with the aim to initiate new angel investors, to equip you with the skills to evaluate a start up and to build a community of like-minded angel investors looking to support the regional startups and potentially secure greater returns as a community.
We prefer not to just rehash information from American celebrity angel investors and books as the startup landscape is different in Southeast Asia. As such, we have invited a practitioner who has numerous investments in ASEAN startups to conduct the course.
"I have learned and understood the principles of evaluation. This will help me make a better decision on whether to invest in a startup." - Lee Keng Lan, Director, Startup HQ Group
"Awesome sharing. I appreciate the openness and insights. I also like the workshop methodology. It gets us more engaged." - Wesley Chiongbian, President, Mynimo.com
Revealing real data from a S$2m angel portfolio
Mr Lim Der Shing
Der Shing is an active Regional Angel Investor in 14 startups and Venture Partner at Jungle Ventures.
He is also the Former CEO and founder of JobsCentral Group. He grew both the profit and revenue over a 14 year period from a 2 man startup into a leading regional job portal with over 150 staff in 3 countries. In 2011, sold the business to CareerBuilder.
His experience covers all the topics required to startup, build and scale a consumer internet business in South East Asia. He shares some of his insights at his blog. He will be sharing more of his experience and knowledge during the Angel Investing Course.
Lifecycle of a Startup
How a startup goes from seed to early stage to expansion stage to late stage. When is the best time to get in as an angel investor?
Understand your Shareholder Rights and Roles throughout the Investment cycle.
The Math of the Angel Portfolio
Most startups fail. But it can still be a very profitable endeavour with one or two big winners.
Learn how to evaluate deals and maximise your chances of picking winners.
Analysing a Pitch Deck
What are the information to be included in the deck?
Key things to watch out for and the questions to ask.
Principles of Evaluation
Evaluation of the founders, the market potential, and the sales channels to reach customers.
Watch out for various warning signs.
Valuing a startup appropriately.
Term Sheet & Shareholder Agreement
How should a term sheet look like and what should be included to protect your interests?
Secure certain approval rights for strategic decisions in the startup you are investing into.
Post Investment Matters, How to Exit
Determine how involved you want to be. Ways to help the startup you have just invested to succeed.
Know the various exit options for your investments.
"Practical course. I appreciate Der Shing's candid views about the lessons and mistakes he made along the way. This is also a great way to network. " - James Ang, Senior Director, Cloud Computing
"Insightful thoughts from Der Shing and practical advice from the practitioner's point of view. " - Jeyson Ng, Assistant Director, Phillip Securities
"Very good course to get the basics in place." - Abhay Kumar, Regional Vice President
"An eye-opening, intensive, fast paced course for the eager angel investor. Exceeded my expectations. I appreciate Der Shing's frank sharing too." - Michael Lin, Managing Director, Auston Institute of Management
Accredited Investors (AI)
AIs who are looking for alternative investment opportunities with great return potential.
Existing Business Owners, Entrepreneurs
Business owners who want to invest and support aspiring entrepreneurs and their startups.
Aspiring entrepreneurs who want to learn how Angel Investing works and what Angel Investors look for in a startup.
Academics who are curious about the regional Angel Investing scene and the psychology of Angel Investors.
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