TiE Oregon Angels
Our Process TiE Angels meet every 4-6 weeks and welcome 3-4 presenting companies. Our Steering Committee defines the organization and screening guidelines, based on best practices of other prominent angel investment groups. TiE Angels provide the framework and administrative support for deal submission, evaluation, and process management. Members of TiE Angels make investment decisions and conduct due diligence independently. TiE Angels provide a forum for members to collaborate on ideas that are of mutual interest. For Entrepreneurs TiE Oregon Angels are interested in high growth business investment opportunities from all industry types. We invest in companies that have a product and some traction in the marketplace. If you’re not there yet, consider joining our Mentor network. If selected by our steering committee, you will be asked for detailed information about your company and a limited time slot to present your investment opportunity. We guarantee you will receive a timely response and some useful feedback. If you’d like to apply for consideration to TiE Oregon Angels, please fill out and share your company application on Gust and one of our TiE Angel Program Managers will be in contact with you. For Charter Members / Angel Investors Are you interested in investing in and mentoring new companies? Would you like to refer a company to TiE Oregon Angels? Are you a TiE Oregon Charter Member or a considering Charter Membership? Consider joining TiE Oregon! Please contact Nitin Rai, TiE Oregon Angel Chair. TiE Oregon Angels facilitate the introduction of entrepreneurs to potential investors through meetings, presentations, and other mechanisms. TiE Oregon Angels consists only of individuals interested in investing their personal funds in privately held companies or ventures typically in an early stage of development. Requirements for Membership: Membership in TiE Oregon Angels is available to: All Charter Members of TiE Oregon who are in good standing, and Other individuals invited to join TiE Oregon Angels, at the sole discretion of the TiE Angels Steering Committee. Each member of TiE Oregon Angels must be an accredited investor as defined in the Securities Act of 1933.
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