IRVINE, Calif., Jan. 6 -- A "Meet the Angels" mixer designed to encourage and support new entrepreneurs, will be held
According to Stu Roberts, president of TCA's Orange County Chapter, "Entrepreneurs have questions about funding their startups and our mixer is the perfect place to start collecting information by interacting with and hearing directly from angel investors. We want our customers, the entrepreneurs, to learn what companies TCA is funding and provide them with an informal setting to answer their questions."
The last TCA Mixer held in November was attended by more than 100 entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs are encouraged to RSVP as soon as possible at www.seedtrack.org/events as space is limited. Address and directions are listed on the website.
Roberts continued, "TCA is working hard to provide entrepreneurs with the tools and opportunities to fund their dreams. We encourage all entrepreneurs to join us for this informal event."
About Tech Coast Angels
Tech Coast Angels, www.techcoastangels.com, is the largest angel investor group in the U.S. Its members provide funding and guidance to more early-stage, high-growth companies in Southern California than any other investment group. TCA members invest in companies in a wide range of industries, including the life sciences, biotech, IT, services, retail, Internet, financial, software, media, consumer products and tech startups. TCA members give companies more than just capital; they also provide counsel, mentoring and access to an extensive network of potential investors, customers, strategic partners and management talent. TCA has more than 250 members, including its venture capital affiliates, in five networks in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, Westlake/Santa Barbara and the Inland Empire. More information on Tech Coast Angels can be found at www.techcoastangels.com, facebook.com/techcoastangels or twitter.com/techcoastangels.
SOURCE Tech Coast Angels
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