Seattle Angel wants to open up more opportunities for angel investors to find and invest in more great invest-able companies in the northwest.To that end, we're focused on improving the entire ecosystem. The education events that Seattle Angel puts on are geared towards educating entrepreneurs and angels about the things that are most critical to know to make great investments happen. The angel conference and angel fund are designed to be a collaboration focused investment vehicles. We also encourage investors and entrepreneurs to find the best people to invest with out of all the options available in Seattle.
Over the next few months we'll be profiling some of the angel investors we've worked with who have invested through the angel conference or the angel fund. Some aren't investing any longer, others have found different people to invest with, and others use the angel conference and angel fund as their primary investment groups.
Here is the first angel profile in the series, if you want to be added to the list let us know.
Tim Shoultz invested in a few of the Seattle Angel Conference programs and added a lot of value to the process. With his focus on Commercial Real Estate and building his new investment firm The SMARTCAP Group, he's found Keiretsu and the Puget Sound Venture Club as better fits for his angel activity.