Investing in Women, as an Angel or through a VC fund
March 31st: 11:00am – 12:00pm ET
Learn about the economics of investing in startups, gender bias in the investing process, how to overcome it either as an angel or through a venture fund, and how to decide if the asset class is right for you.
This talk will answer the following questions:
What are the private equity (PE), venture capital (VC) and angel asset classes?
why do top investors include these private market assets in their portfolio?
do women invest less in private markets, why and does it matter?
how does the government limit your ability to invest in private companies and funds?
what is the fundamental math for making money in angel, VC and PE?
what are the three sobering realities of VC and angel investing?
why do women entrepreneurs systematically get excluded from funding?
do women entrepreneurs offer better returns than men, and if so, why?
how should you change your investing approach to (also) fund women?
which VC and angel investing approach best fits all your personal goals?
what are the pros and cons of each of angel, angel group, crowdfunding, venture, venture index and co-investing approaches?
what is venture's gender and race problem, and why does it matter to you making money?
what is Loyal's Global Venture Index VC, the returns to date and the unique strategy behind it?
how much money do you need to follow each of the eight possible angel and VC approaches, given your life goals and the sobering realities?