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Published on Feb 9, 2010
Angel investors, like their venture capital counterparts, suffered greatly from the financial crisis but are needed more than ever. This Berkeley Entrepreneurs Forum panel discusses the health of the angel community and how they are playing a more prominent role in funding new ventures. The panel, presented at the Haas School, UC Berkeley, also discussed different ways of getting seed funding from angels and the implications for these deals for downstream investors. Panelists: Tim Harris (moderator), Partner, Morrison & Foerster; Ted Driscoll, Venture Partner, Claremont Creek Ventures, Founding Director, Sand Hill Angels; Allan May, Founder, Life Science Angels; and Ian Sobieski, Co-Director, Band of Angels. Introduction: David Charron, Executive Director, Lester Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation. (January 28, 2010)