Born in Colorado, the Seed Angel Forum was started in 2010 with the goal of connecting active angel investors with high-quality entrepreneurs to strengthen the fabric of the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Since then over 100 companies have pitched at almost 20 events, and those companies have gone on to raise over $250M and hire hundreds of employees. There are four key tenets that make Seed Angel Forum events unique:

1. Both the entrepreneurs and the investors have to apply to attend. Investors have to be active, meaning they have made at least three investments in the last 18 months. Entrepreneurs fill out a short application and the top 5-6 selected based on team, traction, and other key indicators.
2. The event is free for both entrepreneurs and angels to attend. Local sponsors provide the support to help pay for drinks and dinner.
3. It’s not your typically pitch event. It starts with an entrepreneur roundtable, followed by a happy hour to break the ice. Next everyone sits down f...
Born in Colorado, the Seed Angel Forum was started in 2010 with the goal of connecting active angel investors with high-quality entrepreneurs to strengthen the fabric of the entrepreneurial ecosystem. Since then over 100 companies have pitched at almost 20 events, and those companies have gone on to raise over $250M and hire hundreds of employees. There are four key tenets that make Seed Angel Forum events unique:

1. Both the entrepreneurs and the investors have to apply to attend. Investors have to be active, meaning they have made at least three investments in the last 18 months. Entrepreneurs fill out a short application and the top 5-6 selected based on team, traction, and other key indicators.
2. The event is free for both entrepreneurs and angels to attend. Local sponsors provide the support to help pay for drinks and dinner.
3. It’s not your typically pitch event. It starts with an entrepreneur roundtable, followed by a happy hour to break the ice. Next everyone sits down for dinner and the angels introduce themselves and their last three investments. Then, the entrepreneurs, pitch their company while everyone enjoys dinner.
4. Seed Angel is a non-profit run by an incredible team of volunteers.
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