Whether you are an entrepreneur with the next great idea or you are considering making angel investments yourself, this event put on by our friends at the Harvard Club of Princeton is for you.

Entrepreneurs and investors on our panel of experts will share their experiences and perspectives…  And answer YOUR questions.

Date: November 14, 2013

Time: 6:00PM Registration / 7:00PM Presentation / 8:00PM Networking

Place: TigerLabs, 252 Nassau Street, Second Floor, Princeton, NJ

Organizer: The Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of Greater New York and The Harvard Club of Princeton

Cost: $35 Harvard Alumni / $45 Non-Harvard Alumni & Guests


A panel of experienced entrepreneurs moderated by David Teten, HBS ’98, Partner with ff Venture Capital, and Founder and Chairman of Harvard Business School Alumni Angels of Greater New York will share with you the best practices of angel investing and help you avoid potential pitfalls. Collectively they will address topics such as:

  • How to assess opportunities (idea, team, valuation)

  • Should you require a full-blown business plan and what to look for

  • How to source great deals

  • How to build a portfolio of startup investments

  • How to add value to a portfolio company

  • What to do when your portfolio startup pivots

  • When should you think about exits

  • How to make the most out of angel group participation

  • How to collaborate effectively with other angel groups

Our panel of experienced entrepreneurs will consist of:

  • Allon Bloch, CEO of

  • Jason Glickman, Chairman and Founder of Tremor Video

  • Aaron Price, Entrepreneur-At-Large at DFJ Gotham Ventures

  • Ari Raban, CEO and Co-Founder of

REVIEW OF CERTAIN MATERIALS IN ADVANCE OF THIS EVENT IS STRONGLY SUGGESTED to ensure that all participants begin with the same level of understanding.  Obviously, the purpose is to maximize the benefit that you and other attendees receive that evening. The link to this twenty-five minute video regarding the fundamentals of angel investing is available at  Seriously, don’t skip watching this… You may be quizzed.