OFFICE HOURs NYC
Do you know a startup that is ready to meet one on one with Howard Morgan, Nikhil Kalghatgi, Shai Goldman or TK Kuegler?
Or how about a one on one meeting with Erick Schonfeld as he searches for the best mobile startups to showcase at DEMO Mobile?
Over Thanksgiving weekend, these world class investors will select startups to meet with for 10 minute, one on one meetings. How can your startup be selected for one of these opportunities? Click here to learn how.
Cdling (pronounced “seedling”) is a platform that builds trust between investors, startups and experts across global startup communities. Want to learn more? Thank you to Howard, Nikhil, Shai, Erick and TK for working with us across the New York startup community to create these opportunities for some promising Founders.
Thank you party!
On the evening of November 27, Cdling, in collaboration with Ultra Light Startups NYC, Picatic and Goodwin Procter LLP is hosting a private thank you party at The Alley NYC! Here are the details! http://www.picatic.com/cdlingofficehrsnyc
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Paul Singh, @500Startups, September 10 - Office Hours
You see the Cadee logo right above, in the bottom left corner? That is a Toronto based startup! High Score House - that’s Canadian. Social Stork is another Toronto startup that is now #500Strong.
We are pleased to announce that Paul Singh, Partner at 500Startups is coming to Toronto on September 10th. Unlike our lead to Howard Morgan, this time the team at MaRS Common and Jolt were ahead on the path to organizing the visit with Paul and we are grateful that they have worked with us to enable:
1. A “Fire-side chat” pizza lunch with Startup Grind Toronto. Get your tickets here! Paul will be sitting down with us to explain why 500Startups is probably the most active high velocity early stage investor on the planet; and to listen to and advise on your startup’s challenges.
2. OFFICE HOURS: Earlier in the morning on September 10th, Paul has agreed to meet one-on-one with a few selected startups that are ready for an angel investment. If you know of an Ontario based startup that might be a fit for 500Startups, please introduce them. We will be presenting a report to Paul on September 7th, hopefully he will make his final selections quickly, we can announce and make sure that the selected Founders are lined up for him at MaRS Commons on Monday morning. More details on how to get your startup on our report can be found here. The format will be similar to the speed meetings that we set up for Howard Morgan. Each Founder will have 10 mins. They can pitch, pose a problem and get advice or use the time to somehow form a bond with Paul for future consideration, but they only have 10 mins!
Take a few minutes to click through this “MONEYBALL + STARTUPS” presentation about the changing trends in angel and venture investing. That moneyball label has been applied to Cdling. These slides are a prerequist to Cdling’s pitch deck!
ITBusiness.ca: ‘Moneyball’ for Startups new way to Analyze Entrepreneur Influence
What if you could crunch data to find the most undervalued players in the startup world? Toronto-based Cdling Capital Services Inc. thinks it can.
A Toronto company is using Moneyball-like metrics to rank the most valuable - and undervalued - players in the startup world.
Cdling (pronounced ‘seedling’) Capital Services Inc. has developed an analytics platform that measures the reputational influence of people within the startup ecosystem, including investors, company founders and experts. By analyzing data about them — such as their social connections and links to financing deals - the program ranks these players by how much clout and impact they have in the startup realm.
Article written by ITBusiness.ca’s Christine Wong.