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Do Angel Investors Actually Make Money? - Part 2
We are very excited to announce that, due to popular demand, we are organizing Part 2 of the "Do Angel Investors Actually Make Money?" event on 27th January at 11:30 am with none other than Oliver Woolley (CEO and Co-Founder of Envestors).

We are also thrilled and honoured to welcome Professor Colin Mason (Professor of Entrepreneurship at Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow) to our webinar.

For an angel investor who wishes to invest in this exciting world of start-ups, whether they are new or experienced this event is a must.

Oliver will start the webinar by talking about his recent research findings on investment returns from angel investing. The research, conducted by the UKBAA and nine angel networks, gathered performance data the UK’s leading angel investors who, collectively, invested £65m+ in over 1,500 companies over 10+ years.

Following this there will be a talk by Colin, who is all set to challenge the view that “a good investment will find its own exit”. Compared to the advice that is available to business angels on how to make an investment there is little discussion on the exit process. But there is no return if there is no exit. He suggests that angels need to take a proactive approach to the exit process.

Due to the constraint of time at the last event, we have arranged for an extended Question & Answer session so that all your questions may be addressed.

Jan 27, 2022 11:30 AM in London

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Oliver Woolley
CEO & Co-Founder @Envestors
Oliver Woolley is the CEO of fintech company Envestors, which connects investors and start-up companies. Envestors empowers early-stage businesses to reach their funding goal and build meaningful relationships with investors. The company was ranked the most active angel network in the UK in November 2020. Oliver is a Member of the Court at Imperial, a Board Member of the UK Crowdfunding Association (UKCFA), and was a Board Member of the UK Business Angel Association from 2008 to 2014.
Colin Mason
Professor of Entrepreneurship @Adam Smith Business School
Colin Mason is Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow. He has strong links with Canada and was recently appointed a Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Business Administration at Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada). He was one of the first academics to undertake research on business angels, co-authoring early studies of the UK business angel market in the early 1990s. Since then, he has undertaken numerous studies of the business angel investment process (e.g. their initial screening process, post-investment involvement, investment returns). Much of his research has had a strong policy and practitioner focus, influencing government support for business angel networks and investment ready programmes. He was joint winner of the ESRC’s 2015 Outstanding Impact in Business award for his research on business angels. For more than 10 years he has been the lead author of the Canadian National Angel Capital Association (NACO) annual repo